Sep 242020
 
German Hamburger Frikadelle or Bulette

Today you will learn how to make the German Hamburger, Frikadelle or Bulette. This German meat dish has different names depending  on the location in Germany. Common names are “Frikadelle” or “Bulette”.  The German Hamburger looks almost like an Hamburger but is thicker and contains aside meat, some bread and egg. In the North of … read more …

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 152020
 
How to Make German Quark Cheese

It’s all about Quark in this article! Find out today “How to make the Delicious German Quark Cheese!” WHAT IS QUARK? Quark is so popular in Germany that it accounts for almost half of that country’s total cheese production. The word quark means “curds” and it is a cow’s milk cheese, almost identical to Fromage … 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 …

Aug 202020
 
Pot Roast Schaschlik - Alternative for Skewers

The Pot Roast Schaschlik is a German recipe, and a different version to make the popular dish Schaschlik which is on skewers or can be cooked on the barbecue.  In this recipe the meat will be roasted in the oven. Find the recipe for the BBQ skewers below. The best about the Pot Roast Schaschlik … read more …

May 212020
 
Obatzter Authentic Bavarian Cheese Specialty

Obatzter, an authentic Bavarian Cheese Specialty, or also called Obatzda or Obazda, which means squeeze or mashed, is a popular Bavarian snack together with a glass of beer and a pretzel. It’s the beer garden food of Bavaria! Every beer garden in Bavaria serves this dish, we are now able to present to you the … read more …

May 042020
 
Authentic German Sauerbraten - Marinated Beef Roast

The Authentic German Sauerbraten is a traditional German pot roast using beef. The meat will be marinated for some days, and you serve it usually with potato dumplings, Spaetzle, mashed potatoes and red cabbage. The German ribbon egg noodles is a great side dish as well. We think  any pasta is good that connects well … read more …

Mar 252020
 
German Liver Dumpling Soup - Bavarian Specialty

The German liver dumpling soup is a Bavarian Specialty and called in German “Leberknoedelsuppe”. “Knoedel” means dumpling and “Leber” means liver. If you travel to Bavaria one day, don’t forget to try such a soup. It is served in almost every Bavarian Gasthaus (inn). The recipe’s base is a beef broth, as described in one … read more …