Austria is a heaven for soup lovers, no meal starts without it. Fritattensuppe is traditionally a home made beef broth topped with rolled up and then thinly sliced strips of pancake, called frittatas. For this application, the pancake doesn't have to be super thin and should be fried golden brown.
A mild and creamy chicken curry that kids will like too. The recipe was originally posted on an Austrian cooking site by my friend and fellow chef, Martha Zech. With her permission I am sharing it with the Zaar family.
The original title of the dish is "Haehnchen - Geschnetzeltes mit Brokkoli und Karotten". Serve over rice or oriental noodles for a great weeknight dinner.
Vienna is one of my favorite cities in the world. I also love Austrian cooking like this one with a glass of chilled gruner veltliner. Using cabbage in dishes always make me happy because it's so nutritious and tasty. I am also posting a homemade fleckerl (egg noodle recipe) if you want to try making your own. Othwerwise, small square noodles or egg noodle work fine here.
By "Rostbraten", an Austrian means a thinly sliced sirloin steak which is slightly pounded, seasoned and quickly fried in hot oil. It is always served with a pan gravy. This basic application serves many recipes, of which the one topped with crispy fried onions is the most popular.
This is another classic Viennese dessert. Thinly baked crepes, filled with a Quark Cream filling and finished in the oven. It is important to use authenthic German Quark/Topfen. Some of the upscale markets and German deli's in the US carry it but if you can't find it, there is a fantastic recipe for home made Quark already posted. "Recipe #476124", it's easy and inexpensive to make and works perfect for this recipe.
In Austria, every Cafe and Ice Cream Parlor serves Peach Melba during the sommer months. I worked in an Ice Cream shop in Salzburg in the 1960's, this is how we used to make it. Amarena cherries are available in Italian markets, they are dark red and have a slight almond aroma. Use real, only lightly sweetened whipping cream to garnish, serve with vanilla wafers.
This recipe can be made in a panini maker, a George Foreman type grill or a ridged grill pan on the stove. Put foil around a slightly smaller pan and use it to press the panini down. Use whatever cheese you like or happen to have at home - a creamy Havarti goes nice with it - as well as leftovers from a roast or steaks.
This recipe hails from Austria, the use of chocolate with whipping cream and cinnamon is typically Austrian. Even though there is no gelatine used, it firms up nicely and has a creamy, silky texture. 2 hours of cooling is included in the cooking time.
While goulash originated in Hungary, Vienna made it it's own. Dating back to the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, goulash became a staple of Austrian and particularly Viennese cuisine and can be found in any gasthaus throughout Austria. The secret to get this beautiful dark color is to saute the onions until very dark before adding the meat. Use hungarian paprika but don't let it burn, it will get bitter. In Vienna, Gulasch is served either with a fresh kaiser roll or bread dumplings called "Semmelknodel" and many time features a pickle as garnish.Good luck and enjoy!
This recipe is from week 17 of my food blog, Travel by Stove. I am attempting to cook one meal from every nation on Earth, and Austria is my 17th stop. Filet mit Äpfeln is a simple beef tenderloin served over pan fried apples and a potato cake, topped with mushrooms.
This recipe is from week 17 of my food blog, Travel by Stove. I am attempting to cook one meal from every nation on Earth, and Austria is my 17th stop. This side dish is a delicious and simple way to eat Brussels sprouts.
This recipe is from week 17 of my food blog, Travel by Stove. I am attempting to cook one meal from every nation on Earth, and Austria is my 17th stop. This popular appetizer is usually served on pumpernickel or rye bread.
I have been making this recipe for 25 years but I have never written it down. I got the recipe from my best friends mother in law. I religiously made it exactly as she had given it to me. I ran into her a few years ago and told her how I had made her recipe all these years. She told me she never puts the same ingredients in twice. She just uses what she has on hand. LOL.
Posted for ZWT-6. From the Usborne Children's World Cookbook that Gramma gave to my son when he was first learning to cook. This rich, chocolate cake, also known as Sacher's Cake was created by Franz Sacher when he baked it for an Austrian prince. Traditionally this is served with fresh whipped cream. Prep & cook time are estimates & prep includes making the filling & icing.
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