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    From an old German cookbook. Layers of gingerbread, black currant jelly, optional marchpane (almond paste) and gingerbread, all cut into small squares and glazed with dark chocolate. Have not tried it so far because I usually buy them (with marchpane). If you make them, let me know how it worked. - The measurement for cloves and cardamom is actually 1 tip of a knife each. I guessed the amount of almond paste needed as well as the prep time. Posted at a forum request.

    Recipe #186197

    Quick, easy and low-fat vegetarian main dish for two. Packed with vitamin C, iron and fiber. I recommend using egg noodles, not pasta. The flavor will be rather bland then.

    Recipe #186135

    My version of a well loved combination. Caramelising the sugar gives it the special something. The flavoring with vinegar, butter and caraway is typically German. The flavor of egg noodles is essential for this dish I think, so best don't use pasta.

    Recipe #184772

    A quick German favorite from leftover potatoes. The tricks to sucess are cold potatoes, a good non-stick pan and PATIENCE. - Make it a main dish by using onion and bacon or a side with potatoes only. Good with fried meat. Best use firm potatoes, others might cook to mush.

    Recipe #184767

    Quick and easy. A German side dish favorite for fried meat or fish. Sweetness comes from cooking in butter and a little sugar. I only use enough sugar to support the natural sweetness of the carrots, not to actually sweeten them.

    Recipe #184763

    I found this Pensylvania Dutch recipe at teriskitchen.com anwsering a community request. I post it here so that it can be put in my cookbook. I haven't tried it yet, so let me know what you think. - Here the original comment for the recipe,"This is the way my mother and grandmothers cooked turnips. It is an example of simple, basic Pennsylvania Dutch cooking. Beef can be used in place of the pork. I like it either way. We usually use this as a main dish, served with rye bread and Apple Butter. But the Dutch would also serve it as a side dish for a large meal."

    Recipe #164792

    Posted for the World Zaar Tour 2005.

    Recipe #143066

    Quick, fresh and so simple to make with a food processor. Its flavor is meant to be refreshing to offset other spicy hot dishes such as stews or grilled meat and it goes well with any bread. This is an Ethiopian recipe coming from Alford's and Duguid's cookbook on "Flatbreads and Flavours".

    Recipe #141370

    A typical everyday dessert in Germany. I never knew until I was an adult, that pudding was easy to make from scratch. I like to serve it with fresh seasonal fruit. This is a basic recipe, feel free to experiment with different flavors. - Preparation time is short, but you have to stir the pudding occasionally while cooling, so make it while you are occupied in the kitchen.

    Recipe #141267

    Typical German comfort food. Use either Savoy Cabbage or simple green cabbage. Usually it is served with fried sausages or pork chops or topped with sliced heated kielbasa . - The original recipe calls for caraway instead of cumin.

    Recipe #141266

    Can be prepared up to 24 hours in advance. A simple salad for lunch or as a light dinner with some bread and a fruit yoghurt as a dessert.

    Recipe #131818

    Quick, easy and tasty. Yoghurt and beef can be prepared ahead so dinner is ready in the time you'll need to cook the pasta. Use roasted garlic for the cooked garlic in the recipe if you have on hand. - This is my variation from a turkish recipe. The yoghurt should be very mild and creamy rich, like Greek yoghurt, not tart or runny, or the dish will be too tart.

    Recipe #131701

    The mini version of a typical German kuchen. A quick and simple recipe that tastes even better the next day when flavors had time to blend. - Instead of baking 3 or 4 cupcakes for the two of us, I bought a miniature bundt cake form, holding 2 cups of batter. I like to chop good quality chocolate with a knife making uneven-sized chips better than ready made chips for the difference in flavor and texture. Nice with a cup of tea or coffee.

    Recipe #131697

    A refreshing, quick little Indian salad that is best as an accompanyment to some spicy food to cool you down.

    Recipe #131651

    Seasoned fried potato sticks cooked together with rice? Sounded strange to me at first, but it is really good. Another well-liked dish from my favorite book on Indian cooking, Yamunda Devi's " The Art of Indian Vegetarian Cooking". Serve with a tomato dish and salted yoghurt for a vegetarian meal.

    Recipe #131149

    A fruity, sweet and sour relish that is great with grilled or pan-fried chicken breast and white rice. This might work with firm-fleshed peaches, too. You can substitute the dried ginger with fresh.

    Recipe #130985

    You'll find similar salads at many German BBQs or on cold buffets. It is quick and simple, can be prepared ahead and makes a good vegetarian meal with some whole wheat bread and butter. I love kidney beans and I love salad, so this is among my favorites.- I like it with some tang from the vinegar, feel free to add a little more sugar.

    Recipe #130017

    An ideal lunch snack or light dinner from leftovers that can be prepared in advance. The recipe is very versatile and can easily be adapted to what you have on hand and how much leftover pasta there is, but I like it best with marinara sauce. - The amounts given work well only for spaghetti or other long pasta that can be packed tightly. Short pasta needs more egg mixture and the wedges won't hold together too well.

    Recipe #129476

    I only recently ate peaches in a salad and was instantly hooked. Here is a version of my own.

    Recipe #129469

    A colorful, savory dish that is good with crusty bread or rice. Supposedly a Hungarian dish, try using differently colored peppers, sweet Hungarian paprika and Hungarian smoked sausage called debrecini sausage. But it should be a good dish if you sub with other very mild paprika and kielbasa.

    Recipe #128500

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