Zwiebelkuchen, Onion tart

Angie’s Zwiebelkuchen

Zwiebelkuchen is a popular German onion pastry. It is served with Federweissen (a new fermented wine). Those two just go hand in hand You could just use a regular yeast dough, I prefer Puff Pastry, and the dough can be found in the freezer aisle (Pepperidge Farms or at Lidl US). The puff pastry dough needs to stay cool during the preparation and before putting it … Continue reading Angie’s Zwiebelkuchen

Swabian dish, Maultaschen on a Plate3 Sticky post

Maultaschen, a typical Swabian Dish

On the way driving south to the Black Forest, we stopped for a couple of days at some friends house near Stuttgart. The next day we were served “Maultaschen” for lunch, which is a type of meat pocket. It instantly reminded me of an oversized Ravioli. Maybe there was an Italien influence? Continue reading Maultaschen, a typical Swabian Dish

Nuss Stangen, Nutty Sticks with Walnuts

Puff Pastry twists with Walnut paste

Surprisingly tasty I find these Puff Pastry twists, or as I call them, Nutty Sticks. They are originally filled with a a Hazelnut paste, but Walnuts will do. You can use a Sugar glaze or not, it’s a personal preference Scroll to bottom for Schinken (Prosciutto) twists with Parmesan cheese Make “Schinken Stangen” with Prosciutto and Parmesan cheese Ingredients and instruction: Preheat oven to 360 … Continue reading Puff Pastry twists with Walnut paste

French Liver pate

French Liver Pâté, an exotic spread for your Guests

A great spread for parties is this decadent French Liver Pâté! Sometimes I have a craving for Liverwurst. I have made the Pfälzer before, this one is different. French Liver Pâté is made with Chicken Liver and a shot of Cognac, Brandy or Sherry cooking wine Continue reading French Liver Pâté, an exotic spread for your Guests

Melting cheese, Fondue

Schmelzkäse (Kochkäse), a melting Cheese in different varieties

This is a cheese that can be used as a Party Dip or a Spread. There are different variations. My favorite is Bier Cheese with brie. You can add a half of bier if you like to make it thinner for dipping pretzels. Always remember, the mixture gets thicker when cooled. Continue reading Schmelzkäse (Kochkäse), a melting Cheese in different varieties