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Austrian Pumpernickel

Austrian PumpernickelVegan

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Austrian Pumpernickel is a lighter interpretation of traditional pumpernickel.

It is dotted with flavorful caraway seeds, which have a slight anise essence. Cracked wheat and rye meal also add to the flavor. It is 100% whole wheat, making it a high-fiber favorite of those who like bread with lots of personality.

Serving Suggestion

Austrian Pumpernickel makes a great sandwich. It is also delicious toasted on the side with soup, particularly cream-based soups which often have caraway seeds in them. Some love pumpernickel cubed and served with spinach dip.

Also Perfect for

  • Toasting
  • Sandwiches
  • Passing with dinner
  • Snacking
Serves 4

Recipe:

Smoked Trout Melt

Adapted from Relaxed Cooking with Curtis Stone, Random House Publishing

10 ounces smoked trout, skin and any bones removed;
    flaked into large chunks
½ cup crème fraiche
1 gherkin pickle, finely diced
1 ½ tablespoons chopped fresh dill
1 ½ tablespoons fresh lemon juice
Salt and pepper
4 slices Breadsmith Austrian Pumpernickel
¼ cucumber, thinly sliced
4 slices Swiss cheese

Preheat the broiler. Toss the trout in a medium bowl with crème fraiche, gherkin, 1 tablespoon of the dill and the lemon juice. Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Place the Austrian Pumpernickel slices on a baking sheet in a single layer. Broil for about 1 minute per side. Then top the toast with cucumber and then the trout mixture. Broil for about 2 minutes or until the trout is warm. Add the slices of cheese, and broil again until the cheese has melted and is slightly golden, about 3 minutes. Garnish with remaining dill and serve these open face sandwiches immediately.

Nutrition Information for Austrian Pumpernickel

Ingredients: water, whole wheat flour, rye meal, cracked wheat, salt, caraway seeds, yeast

Serving size: 1/2” slice

90 calories

.5 g total fat

115 mg sodium

19 g carbs

4 g fiber

0 g sugar

Availability

Austrian Pumpernickel is available Saturdays in Edina, Mondays in Minnetonka, and Mondays and Saturdays in St. Paul.