Sep 272012
 
Dutch Coffee Recipe

You will like this Dutch coffee recipe as it is using egg liqueur and strong coffee. The egg liqueur is a very popular liqueur in Germany and originally it is a dutch liqueur from Verpoorten. It is used in Germany in quite some cake, pastry or dessert recipes. If you don’t have egg liqueur at … read more …






Sep 212012
 
Silesian Streusel Cake

Silesian Streusel Cake – The Silesian cuisine covers also a part of the German and Polish cuisine. It was always a cuisine of a border area, therefor you find several influences of other areas such as Austria, Saxon or Bohemia. In Germany of today you still can find this cuisine in the county of Goerlitz. … read more …






Sep 112012
 
Schaschlik Barbecue

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 bun. There are 2 variations: you can grill the meat or saute the meat in a sauce … read more …






Aug 182012
 
Apple Turnovers

Apple Turnovers or in German Apfelmaultaschen is an old German recipe. The specialty is rumored to have been invented by monks of the Maulbronn monastery 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. (This is … read more …






Jul 302012
 
Delicious Gluten-Free and Raw Fruit Cake

Everybody talks about gluten-free nowadays. That’s why I thought this is a great recipe which I found on a German site called www.rohkostrezepte.wordpress.com which means recipes with raw food, so no cooking, all ingredients are raw. So you don’t bake this cake, all ingredients are raw. It reminds me of the yummy Laerabar snacks. If … read more …






Jul 242012
 
Old Fashioned Bavarian Apple Dumplings

Enjoy this old fashioned recipe for apple dumplings. The German Bavarian dish is served with vanilla sauce or a mix or cinnamon and sugar. Made out of a yeast dough and apples, just right for an Oktoberfest or just to wake up the German memories about real good food. Happy Baking! Ingredients 500 g flour … read more …






Jun 182012
 
Strawberry Mousse

The strawberry season has started and there are plenty recipes with strawberries. Try this one and you will become addicted to it! Happy Cooking. Ingredients 750 g strawberries 3 tbsp orange juice 120 g sugar 450 g yoghurt (the best is home made with a mix of half and half and milk) 9 sheets gelatine 400 g heavy cream … read more …






Jun 092012
 
German Banana Bread

This is my personal version of banana bread. Let me know if you like it. Ingredients 3 medium size ripe bananas (or 4 smaller ones) 100 g sugar 1 package vanilla sugar Dr. Oetker 2 eggs 114 g butter (1 stick) 250 g flour pinch salt, 1 tbsp baking powder (Dr. Oetker) 2 tbsp natural … read more …






May 112012
 
Bienenstich or Bee Sting Cake

  Bienenstich or Bee sting cake in English is a traditional German coffee cake and can be found in almost every German bakery. The name means literally “Bee Sting cake”. There is a legend where the baker who baked the cake had been stung by a bee because the sweet top layer of the cake … read more …