Jan 192017
 
German Cake: Granatsplitter

The German cake “Granatsplitter” or in English “Chocolate Mountain” is a typical German cake or sweet pastry that is made out of the left overs from cakes and tarts in the bakeries. The cake left overs are mixed with a buttery cream, cocoa, rum and almonds and folded on a bottom piece that is a … read more …

Dec 312016
 
Herring Salad with Potatoes - German Fish Specialty

Herring salad with potatoes is a typical herring dish from Germany especially from the North. It is made after New years Eve as a hang over breakfast or served at Ash Wednesday. Matjes fillets are a Northern German food specialty. For the salad you can use German Bismarck Herring or matjes herring fillets – best … read more …

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Dec 312016
 
Herring Salad - German Hang Over Breakfast

New Years Day is the perfect day for a herring salad because in general New Years parties come along with lots of drinking, so the next day is a hang over day. Now we need a “Katerfruehstueck” which means in English “hangover breakfast”. A herring salad is a typical hangover breakfast because it is sour … read more …

Dec 302016
 
German Chicken Pasta Stew - Easy Recipe

Nothing can get wrong with this recipe! The German Chicken Pasta Stew is easy to make and you don’t need any special ingredients. Try out this authentic German recipe and you will love it! Happy Cooking! Ingredients German Chicken Pasta Stew 6 chicken thighs 1 bay leave salt, pepper to taste 2 red pepper 1 … read more …

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Dec 152016
 
German Sauerkraut Soup - Authentic Recipe

German Sauerkraut Soup – A very tasty and easy to make soup! It is the right soup for these 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, a German specialty, smoked pork chop, it makes an awesome main … read more …

Dec 052016
 
Underberg Recipes - Cooking with Underberg

The herbal German digestive “Underberg” has a tradition indeed, and we want to feature today some Underberg recipes. The Underberg story began in 1846 when Hubert Underberg married Katharina Albrecht and founded the company Underberg-Albrecht at the Town Hall of the German city Rheinberg. Years before Mr Underberg started to develop a drink that was … read more …

Nov 242016
 
German Red Cabbage - Original Authentic Recipe

German Red Cabbage or in German “Rotkohl” (some say also Blaukraut) is a great side dish. It goes very well with German Beef Rouladen and mashed potatoes which is a very traditional combination. You can find German red cabbage on every festive menu, in every good restaurant and inn that serve home made dishes. Red Cabbage … read more …

Nov 232016
 
German Christmas Cookies Adventsschnitten

The season for German Christmas Cookies starts in the “Adventszeit”, the 4 weeks before Christmas. The recipe “Adventsschnitten” or advent cookies starts the Christmas season. The cookies are spiced with cinnamon and cloves, and they go nicely with a cup of Gluehwein (mulled wine) or spiced apple cider. Happy Baking! Ingredients German Christmas Cookies Adventsschnitten … read more …

 November 23, 2016  Posted by at 9:27 am Advent Cookies, Free Membership Recipes, German Recipes Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »