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Palatschinken Recipe - Austrian Pancakes

Palatschinken Recipe – Austrian Pancakes

If you like pancakes you will like the Palatschinken recipe. Palatschinken are thin pancakes similar to the French crêpes and much thinner then the American pancakes. Palatschinken are made with eggs, wheat flour, milk, and salt, fried in a pan with butter or oil. You can also fill the Palatschinken if you like, and enjoy … read more …

Vanilla Cream Recipe - Original German Dessert

Vanilla Cream Recipe – Original German Dessert

Are you looking for a classic German dessert recipe that can be served at the end of a festive menu or dinner party? This vanilla cream recipe is a wonderful dessert. It will take about 45 minutes to make it and it can be varied to a mocha or chocolate cream. Just add chocolate and … read more …

Easter Lamb Cake

Easter Lamb Cake

A traditional German cake for Easter is the Easter lamb cake. Better than the lamb roast! You would need a special baking lamb form for this cake which you can get at Amazon. Happy Baking! Ingredients Easter Lamb Cake 125 g butter 100 g honey 2 eggs hint of vanilla extract 125 g ground hazelnuts 200 g flour ½ … read more …

Topkiss Burger - The Ultimate Sweet German Snack

Topkiss Burger – The Ultimate Sweet German Snack

The Topkiss Burger or Mohrenkopf Brötchen in German was and still is the ultimate snack for every German child. Everyone who grew up in Germany or has lived there for a while knows this snack. This German recipe – it is actually not a “real” recipe – brings back sweet memories of the childhood. Back … read more …

German Goulash Beef Stew - Authentic Recipe

German Goulash Beef Stew – Authentic Recipe

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 …

Bavarian Ham Hocks - Roasted Pork Knuckles

Bavarian Ham Hocks – Roasted Pork Knuckles

Bavarian Ham hocks is a traditional and authentic German Bavarian specialty and always part of the Oktoberfest menu. The German name for it is “Schweinshaxe” – Haxe is another name for “leg”, and Schwein means “pig”. Ham hocks are also called Eisbein, Hachse, Haxe, or Stelze. The German pork knuckle is served on the popular German … read more …

German Pastry Donauwelle Cake

German Pastry Donauwelle Cake

The German Pastry Donauwelle Cake – in English “Danube wave” – is from the Danube region or Donauschwaben region. The Danube starts in the Black Forest and goes through many cities and countries towards the East with its  final destination the Black Sea. The cuisine from that region is traditional and ancient.  It has grown … read more …

Fried Egg Easter Muffins - Like in Germany

Fried Egg Easter Muffins – Like in Germany

Surprise your friends and family with fried egg Easter muffins – just right for the spring celebration Easter. The muffins are easy to make and will make people smile. Great muffins not only for Easter! Happy Baking! Ingredients Fried Egg Easter Muffins (for 6 muffins) 90 g oil 300 g flour 1 tbsp baking powder … read more …

German Cherry Bundt Cake

German Cherry Bundt Cake

The Cherry Bundt Cake is a classic German cake recipe.This cake is also called “Rodonkuchen”, especially in the Northwest of Germany. Some call it ring cake. You can use a variety of cherries for this German cake. If you like to add a glaze mix powdered sugar with Kirsch Schnaps and spread it over the … read more …

Gaisburger Marsch Eintopf - A Specialty from Stuttgart

Gaisburger Marsch Eintopf – A Specialty from Stuttgart

This original German recipe Gaisburger Marsch Eintopf comes from Swabia, the region around Stuttgart, and from a part that is named Gaisburg. We researched to find out how this delicious soup came about. Here is the story: It is been said that this dish was so popular in the 19th century among the officer candidates that … read more …

German Butter Cake Recipe - Butterkuchen

German Butter Cake Recipe – Butterkuchen

The German Butter Cake is a perfect cake for a baking beginner. In Germany we love simple cakes because they can be made fast. This original German cake recipe is popular throughout Germany. You can vary the recipe by adding sour cherries, apricots or peaches. Just place them into the dough or on the bottom … read more …

Plum Butter or German Pflaumenmus

Plum Butter or German Pflaumenmus

Plum Butter or German Pflaumenmus in German is a German jam specialty and you cannot make this bread spread with some other fruit then the Italian plums or “Zwetschgen” in German. They call it “Powidl” in the Bohemian and Austrian cuisine and it is used not only as a bread spread but also as a … read more …