Jul 272016
 
Obatzter Authentic Bavarian Cheese Specialty

  Obatzter, an authentic Bavarian Cheese Specialty, or also called Obatzda or Obazda, which means squeeze or mashed, is a popular Bavarian snack together with a glass of beer and a pretzel. Every beer garden in Bavaria serves this dish, we are now able to present to you the recipe so you can make it at home.Enjoy … read more …






Jul 272016
 
Authentic Pichelsteiner Bavarian Stew

This recipe has tradition, the Pichelsteiner Bavarian Stew.  It is one of the popular soup or stew (Eintopf) recipes from Germany, and this one is from Bavaria. It is very easy to do: Cut all ingredients in small pieces, mix them in a big pot, and let it cook. Everything will boil nicely until it … read more …






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 …






Jun 302016
 
Bologna Salad Wurstsalat

  Today we look at a delicious German dish from the South that you can get in any Inn or Gasthof. It is the Bologna Salad Wurstsalat in German. The sausages for this salad are traditionally Bologna or in German “Lyoner”, some use meat loaf (Fleischkaese) too. We find this sausage in international super markets … read more …






Jun 272016
 
Koenigsberger Meatballs

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






Jun 262016
 
German Meat Loaf Falscher Hase

The German Meat loaf “Falscher Hase” (which means literally fake rabbit) is basically a German meat loaf with hard boiled eggs inside the filling. It can become a decorative Easter dish when you create the rabbits face as shown on the photo. Use bay leaves for the ears, spaghetti for the whiskers, and egg white … read more …






Jun 252016
 
Authentic German Goulash Beef Stew

German Goulash beef stew is actually a dish from Hungary but is became very popular in Germany as well. This is an authentic German recipe. Goulash has two options: 1. Enjoy it as a stew, or 2. enjoy it as a soup, the Goulash soup. The Goulash soup has become a traditional New years Eve … read more …






Jun 242016
 
Pork Roast Franconia Style with Dark Beer Gravy

If you like pork roast you should try the pork roast Franconia style with a dark beer gravy. This recipe is authentic and proven and comes from the German region Frankenland or Franconia. The Franconian lands  are in Bavaria, north and south of the Main River. There is a lower and upper part which is … read more …






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Jun 222016
 
German Austrian Specialty Tafelspitz

The German Austrian Specialty is a very special beef dish. Tafelspitz, means literally the point of the table, used to be the favorite meal of  Austrian Hungarian Emperor Franz Joseph, and this dish was part of every meal. It is therefor a national recipe in Austria but it is so good that we think you … read more …