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    Looking for some Swiss Recipes!

    bigeyedfish
    Tue Jul 05, 2005 8:38 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I studied in Zurich when I was in High School and LOVED the food! Anyone have recipes for: Zopf, Alpermagronen, or ANYTHING traditional Swiss? My Host Mom made these amazing bananas wrapped in proscuitto with curry sauce - definitely not Swiss but would still love the recipe! TIA!
    Molly53
    Wed Jul 06, 2005 9:58 am
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    bigeyedfish wrote:
    I studied in Zurich when I was in High School and LOVED the food! Anyone have recipes for: Zopf, Alpermagronen, or ANYTHING traditional Swiss? My Host Mom made these amazing bananas wrapped in proscuitto with curry sauce - definitely not Swiss but would still love the recipe! TIA!
    Howdy and welcome to 'zaar. Nice to meet a new friend. Click on GREAT Swiss Recipes and use the sorting feature in the left hand column to get them into whatever category you wish (main dish, dessert, etc).
    bigeyedfish
    Thu Jul 07, 2005 12:18 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Thank you, thank you! I found a few recipes including Bircher Muesli which I had totally forgotten about! Yummy . . .
    Panda Rose
    Fri Jul 08, 2005 6:21 am
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    Do you remember Croute? I will post the recipe as it is very yummy and very easy to do.
    tigerduck
    Wed Aug 03, 2005 4:25 pm
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    bigeyedfish wrote:
    I studied in Zurich when I was in High School and LOVED the food! Anyone have recipes for: Zopf, Alpermagronen, or ANYTHING traditional Swiss? My Host Mom made these amazing bananas wrapped in proscuitto with curry sauce - definitely not Swiss but would still love the recipe! TIA!


    Curry banans - one of my favourites icon_razz.gif icon_razz.gif icon_razz.gif . So cheap and so yummy! Haven't had them for a while, though icon_cry.gif

    Hey, I know the bananas are not Swiss, well, let's say it is at least not a traditional Swiss dish such as Zopf, Fondue, Raclette, Rösti, Aargauer carrot cake and so on. Fact is, that a lot of people know curry banana because it is in a famous Swiss recipe book.

    Another kind of new traditional Swiss dish is Riz Casimir. This is diced meat (usually chicken or pork) in a curry sauce including fruit (usually tropical fruit such as pineapple and bananas). It's always served with rice.

    We also have a few new traditional Swiss cakes so to speak. Have you heard of the Swiss Mississipi loaf? It's got chocolate bars in it which won't melt. Used to be a big hit when I was a kid and probably still is a big hit with kids. There is also a quite popular Zucchini loaf.

    And then there are of course the real traditional Swiss cakes, such as the carrot cake I mentioned. You will find a recipe on zaar: "recipe #21392" . And there is also a nut pie, it's called Engadiner Nusstorte.

    I will post some recipe this weekend. Posting is quite time-consuming but I'm glad to post whatever you are looking for (that is, if I'm able to find the recipes). I want to post more recipes anyway, since I want to be picked in the pick a chef (see contests and events).

    Let me know the three recipes you are most looking forward to!

    I'm gald you enjoyed your stay (and the food) in Switzerland!!!
    bigeyedfish
    Thu Sep 08, 2005 11:22 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Tigerduck - I tried to email you, but it isn't working! So glad I saw this post!

    I would LOVE to get recipes for a traditional Swiss Fondue, the curry bananas, and the curried chicken/fruit dish icon_biggrin.gif

    I was lucky enough to find recipes for Alpermagronen, Zopf, and Getraenkter Zitronencake.

    Does ANYONE know the names of some good Swiss cookbooks? I would like to hunt around on Ebay for some!

    THANKS, Molly









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    tigerduck
    Sun Oct 09, 2005 11:56 am
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    OOOOOOOOps. Saw this today. Will zaarmail you!
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