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German Fruit Cake - The Best with Fresh Fruit

German Fruit Cake – The Best with Fresh Fruit

  German Fruit Cake is the best when using fresh fruit. It is a very popular in Germany especially in summer when the fruit is ripe. The base cake can be bought in every supermarket in Germany but not in the USA. We show you how you can make the cake at home. The fruit … read more …






Schaschlik Barbecue - German Meat Specialty

Schaschlik Barbecue – German Meat Specialty

Schaschlik Barbecue is a popular fast food in the Rheinland and Southern Germany. You can find it at any snack booth, they make it in front of you, serve it on a paper plate with sauce and a roll. There are 2 variations: You can grill the meat or saute the meat for some hours … read more …






Palatschinken Recipe - An Austrian Pancake Specialty

Palatschinken Recipe – An Austrian Pancake Specialty

If you like pancakes you will like the Palatschinken recipe. Palatschinken are thin pancakes similar to the French crêpe and much thinner then the American pancakes. Palatschinken are made with eggs, wheat flour, milk, and salt, frued in a pan with butter or oil. You can fill the Palatschinken if you like, and enjoy them … read more …






German Goulash Stew with Dumplings

German Goulash Stew with Dumplings

The German Goulash Stew with Dumplings – in German “Gulasch” –  is an easy German recipe that you will love. The dumplings are not as big as usual because they will be in the stew. So you need to make them smaller than the regular dumplings. Happy Cooking! Ingredients German Goulash Stew 750 g onions … read more …






Apple Turnovers - Swabian Maultaschen

Apple Turnovers – Swabian Maultaschen

  Apple Turnovers or in German Apfelmaultaschen is an old German recipe. The specialty is rumored to have been invented by monks of the German monastery Maulbronn to conceal the fact that they were eating meat during lent. The monks hid the meat inside of the Maultaschen, believing that God couldn’t see it that way. … read more …






Topkiss Burger - The Ultimate Sweet German Snack

Topkiss Burger – The Ultimate Sweet German Snack

The Topkiss Burger or Mohrenkopf Broetchen in German was  and still is the ultimate snack for every German child. Everyone who grew up in Germany or has lived there for a while knows this snack. This German recipe – it is actually not a “real” recipe – brings back sweet memories of the childhood. Back … read more …






Vanilla Cream Recipe - German Dessert

Vanilla Cream Recipe – German Dessert

  Are you looking for a classic German dessert recipe that can be served at the end of a festive menu or dinner party? This vanilla cream recipe is a wonderful dessert. It will take about 45 minutes to make it and it can be varied to a mocha or chocolate cream. Just add chocolate … read more …






German Goulash Recipe with Beef and Paprika - Authentic German

German Goulash Recipe with Beef and Paprika – Authentic German

  This is an original German Goulash recipe or paprika beef stew with red pepper and mushrooms (in German Gulasch or Rindsgulasch). It is the best of all German Beef Goulash recipes because it comes directly from the kitchen of my sister-in-law from Germany. Happy Cooking! Ingredients German Goulash Recipe (serves 4) 500 g beef … read more …






German Goulash Soup - Authentic Recipe

German Goulash Soup – Authentic Recipe

The German Goulash soup is a traditional soup especially for New years Eve, the night where people everywhere are celebrating the last hours of the old year. In Germany this evening is called “Silvesterabend”, and everyone throws a party with firework and a “midnight soup”.  The tradition is to serve a soup shortly after midnight, and … read more …






German Butter Cake Recipe - Butterkuchen

German Butter Cake Recipe – Butterkuchen

The German Butter Cake is a perfect cake for a baking beginner. In Germany we love simple cakes because they can be made fast. This original German cake recipe is popular throughout Germany. You can vary the recipe by adding sour cherries, apricots or peaches. Just place them into the dough or on the bottom … read more …






Cherry Bundt Cake

Cherry Bundt Cake

The Cherry Bundt Cake is a classic German cake recipe.This cake is also called “Rodonkuchen”, especially in the Northwest of Germany. Some call it ring cake. You can use a variety of cherries for this German cake. If you like to add a glaze mix powdered sugar with Kirsch Schnaps and spread it over the … read more …






Plum Butter or German Pflaumenmus

Plum Butter or German Pflaumenmus

Plum Butter or German Pflaumenmus in German is a German jam specialty and you cannot make this bread spread with some other fruit then the Italian plums or “Zwetschgen” in German. They call it “Powidl” in the Bohemian and Austrian cuisine and it is used not only as a bread spread but also as a … read more …