Apr 142014
Sweet Easter Rabbit Bread

Sweet Easter Rabbit bread is an original German recipe for Easter. It is ideal for the Easter Brunch or breakfast. Happy Baking! Ingredients Sweet Easter Rabbit Bread 500 g flour zest of 1 lemon 1 pinch salt dry yeast for 500 g flour (usually 1 package) 3 tbsp sugar 250 ml milk 75 g butter 1 egg … read more …

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Apr 112014
Gugelhupf with Raisins

The Gugelhupf with raisins is a classic German cake recipe. Where does the word come from? Gugelhupf or Gugelhopf is a Southern German, Austrian, Alsatian, and Swiss term for a marble cake or Bundt cake. In the rest of Germany it is called “Bundkuchen” or “Napfkuchen”. Supposedly the part “Gugel-” is a variation of the … read more …

Apr 092014
Schnitzel with Camembert

Schnitzel with Camembert is a great German dish for dinner and is easy to make. I am not sure where the recipe comes from but this combination of schnitzel, ham Camembert and a Bechamel sauce is very good. Try it out.  Happy Cooking! Ingredients (serves 8) 8 pork schnitzel salt, grated pepper 2-3 tbsp flour … read more …

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Mar 212014

Sandkuchen is a popular and classic German coffee  and tea cake for the “Kaffeeklatsch”, the time when friends meet and talk about god and the world. The cake is not moist, that’s why it is good with tea or coffee. It is a perfect combination. Sandkuchen is very easy recipe and even baking beginners can … read more …

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Mar 202014
Duchess Potatoes

Duchess Potatoes or Herzogin Potatoes are a great potato side dish for any entrees or main dishes. They are perfect for venison and steaks. Germans love potatoes and there are more than 200 German potato recipes existing. Enjoy this German recipe. Happy Cooking! Ingredients (serves 4) 750 g potatoes 150 g butter 4 egg yolk … read more …

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Mar 122014
Szegediner Gulasch

Szegediner Gulasch comes originally from Hungary and is named after the writer and poet Josef Szekely (1825-1895). In Hungarian it is called Szekely Gulasch. It has become a very popular Gulasch recipe in Germany and the combination of stew and Sauerkraut is delicious. The recipe went from Hungary to Austria and then ended up in … read more …

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Mar 112014
Bohemian Yeast Knoedel

Bohemian Yeast Knoedel or Boehmische Hefeknoedel in German are a side dish that goes very well with any meat and a gravy, like Goulash.  The classic recipe is using flour, eggs, salt and milk, you never cut them with a knife. There are typical Knoedel cutters available (in Germany) or use some yarn. Happy Cooking! … read more …

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Mar 102014
Kölner Krüstchen and Toast Hubertus

Kölner Krüstchen is a specialty from Cologne and it is pork schnitzel on a slice of bread with a fried egg on top. These kind of toasts are very popular in the pubs of Cologne, the Kneipen. Kölner Krüstchen is a great snack that can be made fast, you just have to make the schnitzel: … read more …

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