Sep 192016
 
Rhineland Potato Specialty Kesselsknall

The Rhineland potato specialty Kesselsknall is a regional dish from the Rhineland which is the region around Dusseldorf, Cologne, Bonn and Koblenz, and further down. It is one of the most picturesque and unique region of Germany. Along the Rhine  you can find old castles, wineries, lovely old towns and villages, and everything which are attributes of … read more …






Sep 122016
 
Zwieback Apple Schlupfer - German Swabian Dessert

This popular German dessert fro m Swabia, the Zwieback Apple Schlupfer, is using Zwieback that is only made in Germany but you can get it on Amazon or in special German supermarkets. It is also using Schmand which is not available here. You can use sour cream instead. It is delicious! Happy Cooking! Ingredients Zwieback … read more …






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Sep 092016
 
Swabian Sour Potatoes - German Food After the War

After WWII food was rare. The nation was hungry and new dishes came about such as the Swabian Sour Potatoes. If you could add sausages then you had a great meal. Potatoes were and still are important in the German cuisine. There are hundreds of potato dishes.  We found this recipe and thought it is … read more …






 September 9, 2016 Posted by at 10:12 am German Recipes, Swabian Sour Potatoes Tagged with: , , , ,  No Responses »
Sep 092016
 
German Apple Streusel Cake - Authentic Recipe

  German Apple Streusel cake or Apple Crumble Cakes are awesome. In German we call crumbles  “Streusel”, it is a great topping for any fruit cake. The most traditional cake might be the apple cake with Streusel. This recipe is using marzipan as well. Happy Baking! Ingredients German Apple Streusel Cake 250 g soft butter 200 g … read more …






Sep 012016
 
Bavarian Apple Turnovers - Apfelmaultaschen

Ingredients Bavarian Apple Turnovers 300 g flour 1 tbsp butter 2 eggs 1 tsp salt milk as needed 3 apples 1 splash lemon juice sugar as needed Cooking Instructions Bavarian Apple Turnovers – Peel apples, remove core, grate fine. Don’t cut in pieces. – Drip with lemon juice so they wont get brown. – Place … read more …






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Aug 182016
 
German Spaetzle - Swabian Noodle Specialty

  The German Spaetzle are not only popular in the South of Germany, in Swabia, you might have heard about them too. But do you know how to make them?  Spaetzle are enjoyed a lot with meat dishes and gravy such as Rinderbraten or Gulasch, Rouladen or pork roast – Schweinebraten. German Spaetzle are my … read more …






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Aug 152016
 
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 …






Aug 132016
 
Sausages in Beer Gravy - Authentic German Recipe

Sausages in beer gravy  is a authentic and original German dish. Germany is the country of the best sausage making since centuries. The best sausages are made in Germany. You probably know the simple version of a boiled and/or fried sausage that you enjoy with a roll or bread and Sauerkraut. The recipe today shows … read more …






Aug 122016
 
German Baumkuchen Recipe - Most Special Cake

Today you will learn how to make the most special cake of this world! It is the German Baumkuchen recipe or “tree cake” in English. We think gods must have invented this cake recipe. It is heavenly! In Germany you can find the Baumkuchen in many bakeries and Cafes. It is actually not so difficult … read more …






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