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    8 Reviews |  By ugogirl

    October reminds me of "Oktoberfest" which reminds me of this recipe. Years ago, when my oldest son was in high school, his German class had a celebration and each student was to bring a "German dish" to share with the class. My son surfed the net and chose this one. He made it for his class (with my help, of course) and everyone enjoyed it with some of the students actually asking him for the recipe. I am not sure of its authenticity but we liked it and still make it today when he comes home on leave for a visit.

    Recipe #141058

    This is the punch my Bavarian friend Gabi's DH Shamu uses to make. One warms you up, two let you sleep extremely well, three will probably kill you...

    Recipe #401568

    There are many different recipes for elisenlebkuchen, but as far as I know this one is the original. I found it in my late oncle's handwritten book - he was supposed to inherit my grandfather's confection shop and cafe but died at the age of 18, just after having finished confectionary school. These lebkuchen usually are made with thin wafers like communion wafers but since being gluten free I make them without and it works well, too. For more taste, I prefer brown sugar, but originally it is just plain sugar. Depending on the size of your eggs, you might need some more ground hazelnuts. The batter should have a smooth spreading consistency, so if it's too thin, just add some more ground nuts until desired consistency is reached. Personally, I use only half the sugar, but that's presonal preference. They are glazed with light and dark icing but of course you can only use one of them instead of both.

    Recipe #404329

    This is my version of German lentil soup. Depending on the lentils you use, the cooking time is something between 20 and 45 minutes. I don't soak the dried lentils overnight but just wash them and then boil them in the soup. Also I don't use normal bacon but turkey bacon. If you get beef shank for the meat, that's the perfect cut to prepare the stock, but other cuts suitable for stock are just as good. You can make the stock ahead the day before making the lentil,soup.

    Recipe #490915

    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!

    Recipe #382187

    Found this recipe on the internet when looking for something to use some schnitzel and a leek that I had in the fridge. Nice and easy plus very tasty. Made a perfect Friday night whip-up. I didn't have fresh herbs so sub'ed with dried herbs and omitted the parsley, but have copied the recipe as it was originally submitted. Will definitely be making again.

    Recipe #486903

    Love this recipe! Simple, but delicious! I learned to make it in school originally, but have tweaked the recipe to add more flavor and make it more authentic.

    Recipe #457656

    This is my version of the classic recipe #479003

    Recipe #479004

    Another recipe I found on a German website! APEEL KASE KUCHEN

    Recipe #486326

    This is a simple walnut cake, similar to a pound cake, I think. The milk can be dairy or non dairy, any kind works.

    Recipe #463543

    Found this in a German organic food magazin called "Schrot und Korn". I haven't tried this yet, posting for safe-keeping. If you don't find white asparagus, you can use green only, of course.

    Recipe #479658

    1 Reviews |  By LiisaN

    Finnish Squeaky Cheese - when eaten warmed, it squeaks. A favorite in the northern UP/Mich area - and among the Finns. My dad often, would take a cube and drop it in his coffee to heat the cheese. It's very mild.

    Recipe #79377

    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.

    Recipe #476359

    10 Reviews |  By BecR

    A classic! Authentic Königsberger Klopse are made from ground veal, beef, and pork, along with a small amount of anchovies (or sardines or herring), chopped onions, bread crumbs, eggs, and spices. The traditional creamy sauce that accompanies the dumplings are made from the broth in which the dumplings were cooked, flour, cream, white wine, lemon juice, and capers. Delicious! Serve with boiled new potatoes and my Rotkohl recipe #108449 #108449. Also makes a great appetizer! A little history: Predecessors of the Königsberger Klopse date back to the Middle Ages. However, the East Prussian name Klops (Klops = meat dumpling) didn't originate until the 18th century. Königsberger Klopse was invented in the city of Königsberg (then the capital of East Prussia; today known as Kaliningrad, Russia) around 200 years ago. My German/Polish/French grandmother was born and raised in East Prussia, about 30 kilometers from Königsberg. This recipe is my version of her delicious Königsberger Klopse, which she never wrote down but with the help of my mother I was finally able to replicate. I have many fond memories of enjoying this dish (which the women would prepare) at family gatherings, Sunday dinners, and special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries. Still one of my top favorites!!! I hope your family enjoys, too. (Helpful Tips: These tender meatballs are braised NOT fried. If halving the meatball recipe, you will still need the full amount of stock for braising and for the gravy. The meatballs are somewhat delicate & time consuming to make; have someone help to form them into balls, it is much easier that way! For appetizers make them smaller and serve warm from the crock pot with toothpicks, buttered rolls and Potato Salad recipe #309891 #309891. Freezes well).

    Recipe #106298

    I grew up eating this salad and love it. It's a bit different than most North American cucumber salads I've seen as there is no sour cream in it, only a simple oil and vinegar dressing. Usually it's been made using only cucumbers but sometime cooked green and/or yellow beans and/or tomatoes are added. The quantity of oil and vinegar dressing may need to be adjusted if additional veggies are used.

    Recipe #423689

    I love Rhubarb Cake. Caramel and orange juice make this one special. During rhubarb season we make this cake frequently.Cooking time does not include chilling time. You can bake the bottom and cook the rhubarb the night before. Make glaze and fill cake in the morning.- NOTE: it is advantageous to have a special form for the bottom, but if you us a simple round form, use a metal ring around the baked cake when you fill it. Remove carefully when filling has set.

    Recipe #168470

    Cucumber with sour cream and chives.

    Recipe #424790

    18 Reviews |  By awalde

    Homemade spaetzle are quick to prepare and really very good. Serve topped with cheese and/or fried onions…or plain with butter…or baked again until roasted in the oven...or with a meal with sauce; for example, Zürigschnätzlets (Veal in Cream Sauce- Veal Zurich) (Recipe #175785)…or…..

    Recipe #441475

    Quark is not easily available in most non German countries, and it cannot really substituted by ricotta or creamcheese. But then it's not really difficult to make. This is the way we made it at my friend's house in a tiny village in the Black Forest where I spent my summer vacations when I was 13. 1 litre (1 1/8 quart) milk makes about 300 - 350 g (ca. 8 - 12 ounces) quark.

    Recipe #476124

    Linzer Torte is a classic Austrian dessert typically featuring raspberry jam in a pie crust with a lattice top. This recipe however is for making smaller individual tartelettes so that everyone can have his or her own one with their favourite jam. Also the lattice top is replaced by a time-saving, modern-looking cute polka dot pattern. I hope you'll enjoy! Note: Chilling time of 2 hours is included in the preparation time.

    Recipe #411654

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