Sep 192016
 
Rhineland Potato Specialty Kesselsknall

The Rhineland potato specialty Kesselsknall is a regional dish from the Rhineland which is the region around Dusseldorf, Cologne, Bonn and Koblenz, and further down. It is one of the most picturesque and unique region of Germany. Along the Rhine  you can find old castles, wineries, lovely old towns and villages, and everything which are attributes of … read more …






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 …






Aug 172016
 
German Hamburger Frikadelle or Bulette

  Today you will learn how to make the German Hamburger, Frikadelle or Bulette. This German meat dish has different names depending  on the location in Germany. Common names are “Frikadelle” or “Bulette”.  The German Hamburger looks almost like an Hamburger but is thicker and contains aside meat, some bread and egg. In the North … read more …






Aug 172016
 
Salzburger Nockerln - Traditional Dish from Austria

Salzburger Nockerln is a classic recipe from the home town of Mozart: Salzburg in Austria. The recipe can be traced back to the 17th century, and it is been said that it is featuring the hillside surrounding Salzburg:  the Gaisberg, Moenchsberg and Nonnberg. True, if you make them right you have a mountain-like structure on your plate. … read more …






Aug 052016
 
German Goulash Soup - Authentic Recipe

The German Goulash soup is a traditional soup especially for New years Eve, the night where people everywhere are celebrating the last hours of the old year. In Germany this evening is called “Silvesterabend”, and everyone throws a party with firework and a “midnight soup”.  The tradition is to serve a soup shortly after midnight, and … read more …






Jul 292016
 
How to Make Authentic German Sauerkraut

Learn today  how to make authentic German Sauerkraut, a very popular and classic German dish. It is combined with potatoes, Bratwurst, ham or even pineapple. Sauerkraut is normally cooked and served from fall to winter because white cabbage is a typical seasonal vegetable.  White cabbage can be on kept on the fields until it the … read more …






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 …