Sep 032014
German Apple Sauce or Apfelmus

German Apple Sauce or Apfelmus is a great side dish for potato pancakes (Reibekuchen) or with Griessbrei (semolina pudding) and it can be used in cakes as well. It is very easy to make and as any home made dish it is all natural. Some brands use preservatives which is mere nonsense. Try it out … read more …

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Apr 102013
Asparagus Gratin with Ham

  Asparagus gratin with ham is a light asparagus dish that can be an appetizer or a main dish served with boiled potatoes. You can use white or green asparagus for this German recipe. Happy Cooking! Ingredients Asparagus Gratin with Ham 1kg white or green asparagus 1/8l asparagus water – 1 package Hollandaise sauce (McCormick … read more …

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Sep 162012
Pot Roast Schaschlik

Pot Roast Schaschlik is a German recipe, and  a different version to make the popular dish Schaschlik. You can barbecue or pot roast it. The best about Pot Roast Schaschlik is the sauce. So if you ask me what is the best version, I would say it is the pot roast version. Pot Roast Schaschlik … 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 …

Sep 092012
Koenigsberger Klopse or Meatballs

Koenigsberger Klopse or meatballs are, as the name says, from the city of Koenigsberg in former east Prussia; the recipe is about 200 years old. The meatballs are served in a white sauce with capers, and are made out of ground meat such as from veal, beef or pork. Some add also anchovy paste, and … read more …

Aug 252011
German Chicken Ragout

German Chicken Ragout – Ragout is a term for a main-dish stew and has nothing to do with “Ragu” which is Italian and is a sauce such as Bolognese, served with spaghetti. For a ragout you can practically use all kinds of meat. As described in the book “The Complete Housewife” from the 18th century, … read more …

Apr 182011
Sliced Pork in Creamy Sauce

Sliced Pork or in German ” Geschnetzeltes” (means small meat) is a very common German dish, and can be made in different qualities.  The meat is very lean and tender when cut from the filet. You can make it from the Schnitzel meat as well but it will contain a bit more fat. The meat must be … read more …

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