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French Onion Soup
France
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A delicious Soup with simple ingredients

French Onion Soup is quickly prepared and a great, delicious starter on your table. This soup has long been considered a classic “poor people’s food”. Hardly surprising, because the ingredients are simple and almost everyone has them in the house. On top of that, the recipe also offers a good opportunity to use stale bread […]

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Griessknockerlsuppe, Semolina dumpling soup
Austria
Germany
Northern Europe
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Soups
Vegetarian

Griessnockerl Suppe, or Semolina Dumpling Soup

As an Austrian dish originally, I am familiar with this soup from my childhood. Semolina flour is not easily found in the stores, it can be ordered on Amazon.  Below are some of my suggestions: There are several German dishes prepared with Semolina flour. Like sweet Grießchnitten, Grießbrei etc. Recipes will follow in future posts Griessnockerlsuppe, or Semolina Dumpling Soup Print Rate this recipe 1 2 […]

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Lentil soup, Linsen suppe
Germany
Northern Europe
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Soups
Vegetarian

Lentil Soup with a twist

Throughout Germany, Lentil Soup has achieved the status of soul food. In this soup recipe, vegetables and smoked ribs enhance the flavor. It is in the tradition of the ten thousand year history of the lentil, a number one protein supplier that has always been the determination of the star among legumes from a nutritional […]

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Creamy garlic-leek soup
Austria
Germany
Northern Europe
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Soups
Vegetarian

Creamy Garlic-Leek Soup

Yesterday I was craving some comfort food. Plus I had a sick person in the house, so I thought about this soup I ate in Austria. When we were in the Wachau at the Danube, we stopped at a Restaurant for lunch. We had a large breakfast at our B&B, and I just wanted something […]

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Leberknoedelsuppe, Liver dumpling soup
Germany
Northern Europe
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Soups

Leberknödelsuppe, Liver dumpling soup

In English called Liver dumpling soup. I had this Soup growing up, and it was found on a Bavarian/Frankonian dinner table, especially Sundays after Church.

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