Oct 102016
 
German Lentil Stew with Spaetzle - Swabian Specialty

The German Lentil stew with Spaetzle is a popular Swabian dish that is served in almost every Swabian “Gasthaus or Gasthof” (Gasthaus is a Inn with local specialties and home cooking such as “Gasthaus Krone” or “Gasthof Baeren” ). You can make the Spaetzle or get them dried from the German manufacturer Bechtle, they have really … read more …

Aug 182016
 
German Spaetzle - Swabian Noodle Specialty

  German Spaetzle are not only popular in the South of Germany, in Swabia, you might have heard about them too. They are popular all around the world! But do you know how to make them? Spaetzle are served lot with meat dishes cooked in gravy such as Rinderbraten or Gulasch, Rouladen or pork roast … read more …

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Jul 142016
 
Maultaschen Swabian Pockets Recipe

  Do you know the authentic Maultaschen Swabian Pockets Recipe?  This local food specialty from the South of Germany, Swabia, are filled pockets or ravioli with meat and/or vegetable. The classic filling is a mix of spinach and ground beef. Some recipes are using bratwurst filling, and some are without meat. There are different ways … read more …

Nov 232015
 
Schaeufele - Southern Meat Specialty

Schäufele – Southern Meat Specialty – In Germany the evening of Dec 24 is the special day when gifts are exchanged and it is also the evening for special food specialties depending on the German region. In the South near the Black Forest and between Lake Constance and Stuttgart the dinner on the 24th can … read more …

Sep 252012
 
Pfitzauf - Sweet Swabian Specialty

Pfitzauf  is  a traditional sweet German recipe from the Swabian kitchen. The dough consists out of eggs, milk, flour, butter and salt or sugar and will be baked either in special fire proof ceramic forms that are only available in Swabian stores or you can use fire proof ceramic cups, even coffee cups are fine. … read more …

 September 25, 2012  Posted by at 6:02 am Pfitzauf, Swabian Pfitzauf, Swabian Pfitzauf Tagged with: , , , ,  2 Responses »
Nov 092011
 
Swabian Potato Salad

Swabian potato salad is a very common salad in the South of Germany which is divided into Bavaria and Swabia. This salad from the “Schwabenland” can be made in different ways. Some add Speck (bacon), some don’t. It can be warm or cold. Serve it as a side dish or main dish with Bratwurst or … read more …

 November 9, 2011  Posted by at 9:27 pm Local German Specialties, Party Food, Potato Salad Tagged with: , , , ,  1 Response »
Oct 042011
 
Leberkase Schnitzel

Leberkaese or sometimes Leberkase (in american-german) means literally translated “liver cheese” in German, even though in Bavaria it does not contain any liver at all. Leberkaese is a special sausage meat and very popular in the South of Germany, Bavaria, and Austria. It is said that the meatloaf was invented in 1776 by the cook … read more …

Oct 022011
 
German Cheese Spaetzle Recipe

German Cheese Spaetzle are one of my favorites when it comes to local food from the South of Germany or also called Swabia. This recipes comes from a region named “Allgaeu” but it is popular throughout Swabia. It is the region before you enter Bavaria and the Allgaeu is famous for its cheese, the milk … read more …

May 252011
 
Pork Rolls Recipe - German Dinner Idea

  Today we feature the Pork rolls recipe: This is a German recipe from the German city Stuttgart, the capital of Swabia, the Schwabenland, and it is called in German “Stuttgarter Roellchen” (Roellchen means small roll). The rolls are made from the best part of the pork, the filet, and served with gravy and the most popular pasta … read more …