Curry Ketchup Recipes – Authentic German

german curry ketchup recipes

Curry Ketchup Recipes are very popular in Germany like the famous Currwurst (curry sausage).  How did it start? It started when the German lady Herta Heuwer served it on September 4, 1949 at her street booth in Berlin, at the corner Kant/Kaiser Friedrich Strasse…

How to Make German Quark Cheese

home made quark

It’s all about Quark in this article! Find out today “How to make the Delicious German Quark Cheese!” WHAT IS QUARK? Quark is so popular in Germany that it accounts for almost half of that country’s total cheese production. The word quark means “curds”…

German Potato Dumplings from the Pfalz

german potato dumplings

The German Potato dumplings from the Pfalz – or in English “The Palatinate”  comes from Latin Palātium, and means palace; and in the  region itself they call it in their dialect: Palz). There is another word for it in German that is Rheinpfalz, and…

Obatzter Authentic Bavarian Cheese Specialty

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 that is enjoyed with a glass of beer and a pretzel. It’s the ultimate beer garden food of Bavaria! Every beer garden…

German Liver Dumpling Soup – Bavarian Specialty

bavarian liver dumpling soup

The German liver dumpling soup is a Bavarian Specialty and called in German “Leberknoedelsuppe”. “Knoedel” means dumpling and “Leber” means liver. If you travel to Bavaria one day, don’t forget to try such a soup. It is served in almost every Bavarian Gasthaus (inn)….

Koenigsberger Meatballs – Authentic German

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 gravy with capers, and are made out of ground meat…

Salzburger Nockerln – Traditional Dish from Austria

salzburger nockerl

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…

German Sauerkraut Soup – Authentic Recipe

german sauerkraut soup

The German Sauerkraut Soup is a very tasty and easy to make soup! It is the right soup for cold evenings in fall or winter. Sauerkraut contains a lot of Vitamin C, and is a typical German winter season vegetable. When combined with Kassler,…