Jan 202017
 
German Fasnacht Krapfen Recipe - Carnival Specialty

The German Fasnacht Krapfen recipe is a traditional German dish for the Fasnacht, Karneval or Fasching time – also called the wild days! It is like the recipe “Berliner” or “Mutzen” which are deep fried. To make such dishes for carnival or “Fasnacht” has an old tradition. After Fasnacht there is the time were people … read more …

 January 20, 2017  Posted by at 6:01 am Fasnacht Recipes, Free Membership Recipes, Krapfen Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »
Jan 102017
 
Pork Rolls Recipe from Stuttgart - Authentic German

Find out today what they cook in Stuttgart! This is a Pork rolls recipe from the German city Stuttgart, the capital of Swabia, the so called “Schwabenland”. We call this dish in German “Stuttgarter Roellchen” (Roellchen means tiny roll). The meat for the pork rolls is from the best part of the pig,  the fillet, and it … read more …

Jan 062017
 
Best German Apple Cake - Authentic Recipe

The best German apple cake is called “versunkener Apfelkuchen” in German. Versunken means sunken and the apples sink into the dough. It is a very easy recipe that you will love. It tastes great with a cup of coffee and is an ideal “Kaffee and Kuchen” Cake for Sunday. If you don’t have apples you … read more …

 January 6, 2017  Posted by at 6:23 am Apple Cake - easy and good, The Best Apple Cake Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »
Dec 232016
 
Beef Stroganoff Recipe - As we make it in Germany

Beef Stroganoff is originally from Russia of 19th century. The beef stroganoff recipe as we know it might have been more of a refined version of an even older Russian recipe, and was probably been in the family of Count Pavel Stroganoff’s for some years. The count had made the dish well known because he loved … read more …

 December 23, 2016  Posted by at 11:18 am Beef Stroganoff, German Beef Recipes Tagged with: , , ,  No Responses »
Dec 192016
 
German Tortenboden Recipe - Fruit Base Cake

This German Tortenboden Recipe is the base for many different German cakes and it made out of a kneaded dough that we call in German “Mürbeteig”. The most popular cakes with apples, plums or cherries are using this base cake. It is easy to make and does not need any special ingredients. If you are … read more …

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Dec 152016
 
Kaiserschmarrn Recipe - A Royal Dish from Austria

Kaiserschmarrn recipe is a local Austrian-German specialty that has become very popular. Let’s look first at some definitions. The word “Kaiser” means “Emperor” and “Schmarrn” means “Mishmash” in Austrian-German. Nevertheless the translation of Kaiserschmarrn has generated some debate. “Kaiser” is literally translated as “emperor”, but not the word “Schmarrn” that has different definitions such as … read more …

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 152016
 
Aachener Printen - German Christmas Cookie

The Aachener Printen Christmas cookie is a special type of gingerbread that was created 1820 in the city of Aachen. So what is a “Printe”? It comes from english “print” and dutch “prent”. Back then they used a special carved wooden model that what used to print the cookies (see picture of the form). Original … read more …