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Dominostein
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Dominostein, fine bitter chocolate coating
Place of originGermany
Created byHerbert Wendler
Main ingredientsLebkuchen, sour cherry or apricot jelly, marzipan or persipan, milk or dark chocolate
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Three varieties of Dominostein

A Dominostein (plural Dominosteine) is a sweet primarily sold during Christmas season in Germany and Austria.

Dominosteine consist of several layers, covered with a thin icing of (typically) dark chocolate. The base consists of Lebkuchen. Further layers contain jelly (e.g. from sour cherries or apricots) and either marzipan or persipan.[1]

The Dominostein was invented in 1936 by Herbert Wendler (1912–1998) in Dresden. The layered praline was targeted for a broader audience because of a lower price than the other products of Wendler's praline product line. During the scarcity of food during World War II the Dominostein gained popularity as a replacement praline.[2][3]

See also[]

  • List of German desserts

References[]

  1. "BMEL - Lebensmittel-Kennzeichnung - Leitsätze für Feine Backwaren" [Guidelines for fine pastries]. www.bmel.de (in German). Retrieved 2015-12-25.
  2. "Dresdner Dominosteine". www.landwirtschaft.sachsen.de (in German). Retrieved 2015-12-25.
  3. "Dominosteine - Layered Christmas Cookie Recipe from Germany". About.com Food. Retrieved 2015-12-25.

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