Reindling Easter Cake from Austria

These last several weeks we have been studying classical composers, such as Wolfgang Amadeus  Mozart, Franz Schubert, and Joseph Haydn, and as you may know, they either were born in Vienna or worked there because Vienna at the time was the music capital of the world.  

Naturally, we needed to do a geography and cultural study to learn about Austria by drawing an outline of the country, placing Vienna, drawing Austria's flag and listening to its national anthem, and trying several recipes.  

This one here is called Reindling Easter Cake, which resembles a huge cinnamon roll with raisins and nuts.  The only problem with the recipe is that it did not list how much milk to use, and I had to improvise, which is not a good thing for me to do.  I probably would add brown sugar next time with the cinnamon and white sugar.  Nonetheless, it came out yummy, and we enjoyed it very much.

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