Sep 212020
 
Maultaschen Swabian Pockets Recipe

Do you know the authentic Maultaschen Swabian Pockets Recipe?  This is a local food specialty from the South of Germany, Swabia, and it’s pockets or ravioli with a meat and/or vegetable filling. The classic filling would be a mix of spinach and ground beef. Some recipes are using bratwurst filling, and some are meatless. There … read more …

Sep 022020
 
Schupfnudeln - German Swabian Fingernoodles

The Swabian recipe “Schupfnudeln” is a regional specialty from the German region Swabia, from the Schwabenland around Stuttgart and Ulm (the region around Stuttgart down to the Lake of Constance, the region where Spaetzle come from). On every local fair they make Schupfnudeln with Sauerkraut. They are also called “Bubespitzle” in the Swabian dialect. The … read more …

Sep 232019
 
Swabian Plum Cake - Authentic Recipe

The Swabian plum cake is a bit different than the other German plum cakes. You would first make a plum compote which will be used for the cake. It’s a great cake, try it out if you can get the Italian plums – it’s the time now. Happy Cooking! Ingredients Swabian Plum Cake 750 g … read more …

Aug 122019
 
Swabian Potato Salad from Southern Germany

Swabian potato salad is a very popular salad in the South of Germany which is divided into Bavaria and Swabia. This salad from the “Schwabenland” can be made in different ways, and it is also popular in other regions of Germany. You can add Speck (German bacon)or enjoy it without. The salad can be served … read more …

May 202019
 
German Spaetzle - Swabian Noodle Specialty

German Spaetzle are not only popular in the South of Germany, in Swabia, they are known in Switzerland and the Alsace. I am very happy that I even can purchase dried ones here in the USA!  But do you know how to make them? If not, then you will love the following recipe. Spätzle are … read more …

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 …