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Old 08.12.2015, 16:36
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Re: Please can someone translate this Mailanderli recipe?

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Thanks, a SwissInTheUS!

Feeling very Swiss today here in the UK. Made rösti for lunch too!
Very good. I made rösti for lunch today too
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Re: Please can someone translate this Mailanderli recipe?

I did think maybe it could be Fahrenheit but surely even in the 70s Swiss measurements were in C?

Check out the lovely 70s front cover This was handed to us from my husband's Swiss grandmother who was a farmer's wife and her cooking is amazing!
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I did think maybe it could be Fahrenheit but surely even in the 70s Swiss measurements were in C?
Hmm, I think it was °C all the way along.


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Yes, it is a fan oven. Even 200 was quite high, they started browning really quickly.
Then 180 should do the trick. Hopefully. Write it in the book for the next batch.
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Re: Please can someone translate this Mailanderli recipe?

Please could you translate this one as well please...
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