A traditional Swiss bundt cake using apple compote, makes the cake beautifully tender and moist, and the gentle spices from the cinnamon and nutmeg make it a comforting treat alongside a hot cup of tea – by Eat Little Bird.
When I think of Swiss food, I can only see images of rich desserts with chocolate, creams or puddings, cakes, etc and of course cheese. Who can forget the authentic Swiss Cheese we had on our honeymoon! Pure bliss! I am sure this cuisine has more to it that just sweet treats and cheese. Only when I read about this cuisine, I got to know that Switzerland was historically a country of farmers, so traditional Swiss dishes tend to be plain and made from simple ingredients, such as potatoes and cheese. I would definitely love to explore this cuisine more in the near future.
As part of our Global Recipe Month Series, we have shared recipes from Indian, Spanish, Lebanese, Korean, French, Somali, Persian, Slovenian and South African cuisines made by some of my fellow food bloggers. Thanh is an Aussie food blogger living in Zürich who enjoys her food photography and is a proud consumer of many pastries. Swiss Apple Bundt Cake is her recipe and you can read about it here.
You can follow Thanh on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest. Hope you have got as excited about this global recipe month like I am and are looking forward to many such unique international recipes from around the globe. Check them out and keep coming back for more! If you do try this recipe, please do share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. This will keep me motivated to develop more interesting recipes. Click a pic and post it with the hashtag #cookiliciousveg — I would love to see your pictures on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!