One of those handwritten things, which has been in my folder forever. Since we have a bumper crop of swiss chard, it is appearing regularly on the table. Not German, but I frequently add Feta Cheese when served.
This is a recipe from Northern Germany. If you have ever wondered what to do with those big german hot dog things called Bockwurst... here is an idea!
This Stew is vegetarian until the Bockwurst is added, which is right at the end, so it is a great one for pleasing everyone!
A traditional Christmas dish in Northern Europe. In Germany it is often paired with red cabbage, applesauce, or sauerkraut. I don't remember where I got this recipe. Probably from my German grandmother!
This came out of the local paper in Klamath Falls, Oregon. Sometimes called a "Dutch Baby." Serve with: berries and cream; lemon curd; butter, powdered sugar and drizzled lemon juice (yum!); raspberry jam; crushed pineapple; or chunky apple sauce. Be sure to use the lowest available oven rack as it sometimes grows quite tall while baking. The baking time given may be just a little long, so watch when it gets close.
A simple red pepper makes a bright-colored and bright-flavored side salad usually served with grilled Bratwurst and Kartoffelsalat (potato salad) in Bavaria. After searching for a recipe for years, I've reconstructed it to my taste using techniques from other German and Polish recipes. Looks right to me, try it and see.
This is a german recipe from Horst Mager from the Rheinlander, Portland, Oregon. There are quite a few old german recipes that list salmon as an ingredient because salmon used to be plentiful on the Rhine River before it became polluted.
My DH was in Germany when he was in the army and he loves German food. This recipe comes from a very well known restaurant in Portland, Oregon called the Rheinlander. I have substituted chicken for veal.
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.