Double Berry Kringle

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Appears in Cook's Country December/January 2010

This Wisconsin favorite rivals the best Danish you've ever had. Given its three-day prep time, it better. We set out to cut down the cooking time without sacrificing flavor.

SERVES16 (Makes 2 kringles)

TIME1½ hours, plus 4¾ hours chilling and 30 minutes cooling

WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS

Traditional Double Berry Kringle requires bakers to fold the dough dozens of times, stopping repeatedly to allow it to chill and relax. But we wondered if the three-day marathon was really necessary, or if some of it was overkill. We elimin...

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