Bacon Gugelhupf with Hazelnuts and Rosemary

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The combination of toatsed hazelnuts, smoky bacon and woody aromatic rosemary gives this savory "cake/bread" a sophisticated flavour. The cake may look complicated but it's easier than you think. It's highly adaptable, very delicious and perfect to serve with a seasonal salad for a pleasant lunch. If you don't have a bundt pan, then use muffin tin or loaf pan.

  • 100 g Hazelnuts (or any other nuts)
  • 100 g Bacon bits (or ham)
  • 1 tsp Rosemary leaves, chopped (thyme is great too)
  • 300 g Refined spelt flour (or plain flour)
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 1 package / 7 g Active dried yeast
  • 1/3 tsp Black lava salt
  • 1 tsp Honey (or maple syrup)
  • 350 ml Sparkling water, at room-temperature
  1. Coarsely chop the hazelnuts. Place them in a dry heavy skillet. Stir often over medium heat until golden brown and aromatic. Cook the bacon bits in a small pan until crisp. Drain bacon bits on paper towels. Mix together hazelnuts, reserving one tablespoon for the bundt pan, bacon bits and chopped rosemary. Set aside.
  2. Grease a 24-26cm bundt cake pan with butter and sprinkle the reserved chopped hazelnuts all over.
  3. Whisk together spelt flour, baking powder, and dried yeast in a mixing bowl. In another mixing bowl or jar, stir together the salt, honey and sparkling water. Add to the flour mixture. Use a hand mixer to beat everything together. Fold the nut-bacon mixture into the batter until just incorporated. The finished batter is thick but still pourable.
  4. Pour the batter into the prepared bundt pan. Cover with a plastic film and leave it at a warm place for 30 minutes.
  5. Place a baking tray with boiling water at the bottom of the oven and preheat to 200C/400F. Bake the bread in the middle of hot oven for 30-35 minutes until golden brown. Remove and set aside for 5 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack to cool completely.

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35 comments:

Nancy Chan 19/8/20 07:56

It sure looks good. I am sure I will enjoy this because I like bacon and hazelnuts.

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Martyna 19/8/20 09:51

This must be very delicious 😊

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2pots2cook 19/8/20 10:47

Perfect autumn treat to have instead of dinner rolls !!! Printing !

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Natalia 19/8/20 11:14

That is such a beautiful idea,looks ibcredibly pretty baked in a bundt cake! Love the inside with all these nuts☺

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Kitchen Riffs 19/8/20 15:23

That's a great looking bundt. I guess that's what I'd call it, since it's baked in a bundt pan. Really unique recipe -- always fun to try something different. Thanks!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 19/8/20 16:21

that looks marvelous and I love that pan its really beautiful!

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Dahn @savorthebest 19/8/20 16:49

Oh this looks so good Angie, I would love this for a brunch

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Pam 19/8/20 20:01

You have the most unique great recipes, Angie! I bet this is as delicious as it looks!!!

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Valentina 19/8/20 21:20

Wow! Bacon, rosemary and hazelnuts sound like a brilliant combination of flavors. I'm in. :-) ~Valentina

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foodtravelandwine 20/8/20 00:02

I love it!...it must be tasty and soft!......Abrazotes, Marcela

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tigerfish 20/8/20 00:02

Give me a savory cake or bread anytime! I'll take it :p

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speedy70 20/8/20 08:46

Ha un'aspetto fantastico questa ciambella salata, grazie!!!

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The Exclusive Beauty Diary 20/8/20 09:20

This look and sounds so delicious. Thank you for sharing recipe.

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Jeff the Chef 20/8/20 14:56

Beautiful! I've never had a "cake/bread" before. It certainly sounds delicious.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 20/8/20 18:20

Such a gorgeous loaf! I love all the flavors and textures in every bite!

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Pattie @ Olla-Podrida 20/8/20 19:26

This is right up my alley, and looks amazing! Your photos are so beautiful, and I love that you provide process pictures.

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FLAVZCORNER 21/8/20 04:03

This bread looks and sounds delicious. I loved how the texture inside looks with the studded hazelnuts.

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Eva Taylor 21/8/20 11:24

What an interesting cake, would this be served as a side with salad or a meal? Love bacon and hazelnuts so I know it would taste great. It’s so pretty too.
Eva http://kitcheninspirations.wordpress.com/

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 21/8/20 15:25

Angie, you have outdone yourself with this one! This will make a meal of any salad now and in cooler weather any soup.

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 21/8/20 16:28

This would be demolished at our house!!

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Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary 21/8/20 16:32

I've never heard of a Gugelhupf before and wow does it look delicious! Besides, you can't go wrong with a baked good and bacon!!! Yummy!!!

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Let's Curry 21/8/20 23:22

Angie,
What a sophisticated loaf this is. I'm sure it tastes great with toasted hazelnuts to get that crunch and rosemary's crispy aroma can enlighten the senses. Loved the Bundt pan too. Awesome

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Balvinder 22/8/20 15:56

Such a gorgeous looking savory cake!

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 22/8/20 17:58

A wholesome and delicious bread, Angie! I love all of those savory flavors. That is one of my favorite bundt pans!

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Juliana 22/8/20 22:41

This savory cake/bread sounds and looks so delicious, I love all the ingredients in it.
Have a great weekend Angie!

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Raymund 23/8/20 22:57

Very nice! love some texture on my bread/cake, like this one

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Anonymous 24/8/20 09:12

Ooh that looks so smart, lovely idea. Delicious too. I've often used hazelnuts in bread, but now wondering why I've never used rosemary before.

Choclette x

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Julie 24/8/20 13:09

looks so soft and puffed bread,yummy!!

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Heidi | The Frugal Girls 25/8/20 00:23

This would be such a fun bread to serve with Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner. It's so festive!

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Dawn @ Words Of Deliciousness 26/8/20 03:56

This looks delicious and so beatiful.

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Noob Cook 9/9/20 08:15

Bacon! I definitely like a savoury bake.

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Lauren - BasicGinger.com 9/9/20 23:51

I love anything with bacon (lol) but alongside rosemary and hazelnuts this looks beyond fantastic! I can just picture sharing it for a holiday or event. Yum!

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