German Griebenschmalz Recipe – Lard Bread Spread

Are you looking for the famous lard bread spread that originates from Germany? Here is an original German Griebenschmalz Recipe, the popular lard bread spread. Griebenschmalz is made out of Flomen (leaf lard) and Pork Speck (belly fat). This is an original and authentic…

Hunterschnitzel with Mushroom Sauce

hunterschnitzel with mushroom sauce

This recipe for a Hunterschnitzel with mushroom sauce is from the Swabian region. The meat will be turned only in flour then fried. It’s not the version with the breaded meat. You can also use veal instead of pork. Of course Spatzle are a…

Kassler Ribs with Sauerkraut – Authentic German Recipe

Kassler Ribs with Sauerkraut is a German specialty. They are called in German “Rippchen”  which means ribs. The Kassler meat is smoked pork from the loin and it comes in slices with or without the bone. Of course you can find Kassler in the…

German Jaegerschnitzel Hunter Style

Classic German Recipe: The German Jaegerschnitzel Hunter style is as popular as the Wiener Schnitzel. There are TWO variations: Classic variation is using veal that will be pan fried – FIND THE RECIPE HERE – Wiener Schnitzel variation – Same proceeding with egg, bread…

German Zigeunerschnitzel – Spicy Schnitzel Dish

german zigeunerschnitzel

The German Zigeunerschnitzel or Paprikaschnitzel is a very popular German entree that you can find on many german menus. Meanwhile it is also called “Balkanschnitzel” because of the word “Zigeuner” which means gypsy. Nevertheless it is a dish that is made since more than…

German Cordon Bleu – Filled Pork Schnitzel

The German Cordon Bleu can be done with different meats. You can use pork, veal, turkey or chicken. But the ham and the cheese would be used for every choice, and you need to batter the meat  in the style of a Wiener Schnitzel:…

HomeMade Leberkaese Recipe

If you live in the USA or far away from Germany, you know that it is not so easy to find German Leberkaese. But it is so good! Especially with a fresh baked roll. That’s why we found a homemade Leberkaese recipe for you….

German Eisbein or Haxe

german eisbein

For the German Eisbein you would use pork, the front or back part of the leg. In the North of Germany the meat will be cured first before it will be cooked. In the South there is no curing, it will be cooked only,…