Sep 042016
 
German Liver Dumpling Soup - Bavarian Specialty

The German liver dumpling soup is a Bavarian Specialty and called in German “Leberknoedelsuppe”. Knoedel is a dumpling and Leber is liver. If you travel to Bavaria one day, don’t forget to try one; you can get this soup in almost every Gasthaus. The home made recipe’s base is a beef broth, as described in … read more …

Jun 262016
 
German Potato Horseradish Soup

German Potato horseradish soup – a soup that is easy to make and inexpensive too! I like the fact that healthy and tasty food does not have to be expensive. It was very common in Germany to serve only meat for the Sunday lunch such as chicken, beef or pork. During the week meatless dishes … read more …

Nov 252015
 
German Egg Liqueur

  German Egg liqueur or “Eierlikoer” in German is a traditional German liqueur and you can buy it from Verpoorten, the most popular Dutch brand for egg liqueur. In the former DDR (East-German Republic) it was a popular drink; I found a recipe from that region. You can enjoy it pure in small liqueur glasses … read more …

Feb 022015
 
German Chicken Recipes: Fricassee

  German Chicken Recipes: Fricassee – Have you ever heard of Fricassee? In Germany we cook this dish with chicken. But here is more about it: This German chicken recipe is a stewed dish typically made with poultry, but other types of white meat (like veal, rabbit, or Cornish game hen) can be substituted. It … read more …

Oct 012012
 
German Kale Soup

German Kale Soup: Gruenkohl or Kale is a typical German vegetable which is being used in many German recipes during fall and winter. Frozen kale is very convenient to be used for making a soup still,  fresh or frozen, the cooking time is always very long.  If you cannot get frozen kale, fall or winter is the … read more …

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 …

Feb 162012
 
Boiled Beef

This is a German and Austrian specialty. In the German city Frankfurt your can find boiled beef with green sauce in almost every good restaurant. In Austria they serve the beef with a special sauce made out of apples and horseradish. Ingredients Boiled beef 4 to 5 pounds beef (first-cut flanken, brisket or chuck) 1 … read more …

May 172011
 
Cherry Cream Dessert

Cherry Cream dessert is a fruity German dessert which has it all: juicy sour cherries, heavy cream, and Kirsch Schnaps. In the South of Germany you can get the best Kirsch Schnaps and sour cherries. These cherries can be found in many German baking recipes such as cakes and pastries. They are very juicy and therefor … read more …

Feb 162011
 
Beef Stroganoff Recipe

Beef Stroganoff is originally from Russia of 19th century. The beef stroganoff recipe as we know it might have been more of a refined version of an even older Russian recipe, and was probably been in the family of Count Pavel Stroganoff’s for some years. The count had made the dish well known because he loved … read more …

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