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Sauerbraten Recipe, German Dish
Germany
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Sweet-sour and tangy Sauerbraten

A Sunday meal I remember growing up. That sweet and sour, tangy taste and smell you won’t forget. Some have to develop tastebuds for it. Sauerbraten can be a big hit a the dinner table, you can’t go wrong cooking for a big crowd. Plan for it way in advance, the marinating takes several days […]

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Kartauser Kloesse mit Weinsosse, a Franconian sweet dish
Breads and Pastry
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Germany
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A sweet traditional dish from German Wine country

This must be one of the only times a kid can consume alcohol in Germany. The sauce is made with eggs and dry white wine.   Kartäuser Klösse mit Weinsosse Print Rate this recipe 1 2 3 4 5 4 ratings Angie with AngiesWeb Ingredients 6 to 8 stale rolls 2 eggs 2 cups milk […]

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Chicken Fricassee, Hänhchen Frikasee
Germany
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Chicken Fricassee

A wholesome meal you can eat with rice or noodles. Kind of reminds me of Chicken à la King. Instead of Sherry, I added some white wine and Worcestershire sauce at the end

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Auberginen Boote, a Greek dish
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Southern Europe

Auberginen Boote, or stuffed Eggplant

Lots of people find those Eggplants in the grocery store but don’t quite know what to do with it. There a several recipes, like fried Eggplant slices or Eggplant Parmesan casserole dish are just some of them. Here is one of my favorite eggplant recipe: This recipe below is something you would appreciate if you […]

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Doener, Turkish and German street food
Allgemein
Germany
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Döner, a popular street food

A Döner is the Turkish version Greek Gyros. When in Germany, I order my Plate with a slaw, cucumber, tomatoes and fried garlic potatoes. It’s my other favorite street food while in Germany. The true Döner was discovered 1867 by Iskender Efendi (Master Alexander), the original family restaurant is located near Istanbul (Bursa), Turkey, where […]

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Schnitzel with potato salat
Germany
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Can a “Wiener Schnitzel” claim to be Viennese?

The most popular storyline of the Wiener Schnitzel comes from Field Marshal Radetzky. According to the story, Radetzkty was so enrapt by the Italian Cotoletta alla Milanese that he brought the recipe back to Vienna in the middle of the 19th century, presenting it to the Kaiser’s court kitchen so they could satiate his appetite […]

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Moussaka Greek dish
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Southern Europe

Moussaka, a Greek Casserole

I love most southern European cooking, and I haven’t made this dish for a while. It’s a little time consuming in preparation, many steps need to be followed. But don’t let that hold you back . because there is multi tasking involved. IMO, it would be a great meal to invite friends over, open a bottle of red wine and involve them into the process. I can see lots of laughter and good conversation preparing this meal.

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Frikadellen, German meat patties
Germany
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Frikadelle or German Meat Patties

My mothers recipe. There are different variation, but one thing she used nutmeg and lemon juice, zest. For keeping them soft, but still firm, she added a spoon of sour cream In Bavaria it’s called Fleischpflanzerl, in Franconia Fleischkuechle, Fleischkraepfle or Frikadelle, and in the North Buletten or Bratklops.  Frikadelle or German Meat Patties Print […]

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Stuffed Cabbage, Krautwickel mit Kartoffelsalat
Allgemein
Germany
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Krautwickel or Cabbage rolls

Krautwickel is a traditional German home cooked meal. You can add rice, but I like mine with potatoes. It’s basically the same recipe as my Frikadellen or German meat patties. The last time I had them in Germany when we were staying in Dettelbach at a restaurant where the locals hang out.  Krautwickel or Cabbage […]

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Hausmacher Wurst, Schlachtteller, German wurst
Germany
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Spreads

Kesselfleisch and Schlachtplatte (Boiled Pork)

If you are unfamiliar, Kesselfleisch is boiled Pork that is used to process the Hausmacher or homemade Wurst. My mother grew up on a farm and married my father, who was a teacher. She brought some of her customs back into our family. So every year, mainly in the late Fall we ordered a half […]

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