Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Leipziger Allerlei

February 28, 2014 by gabrieleutz  
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Leipziger Allerlei is a German Vegetable recipe that makes a great side dishe. This German recipe is an original recipe from the German Eastern city Leipzig that you will love.
Leipziger Allerlei  contains of fresh peas, carrots, asparagus, mushrooms or morels. You also can add green beans, cauliflower, or kohlrabi. The classic recipe [...]

German Poppy Seed Pastry

February 26, 2014 by gabrieleutz  
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German Poppy seed pastry is a classic of the German bakeries; you can find these pastries in every German bakery. But unfortunately not in the USA. You can make the poppy seed pastries at home, it is not that difficult. The photo below shows a double pastry, just place two small ones together; they are [...]

Leberkaes Schnitzel

February 24, 2014 by gabrieleutz  
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Leberkaes Schnitzel is made out of Leberkaese which means literally translated “liver cheese” in German, but it does not contain liver at all. So what is it? Leberkaes is a special sausage meat and very popular in the South of Germany, Bavaria, and Austria. It is said that the meatloaf was invented in [...]

Southern German Apple Cake

February 22, 2014 by gabrieleutz  
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The Southern German Apple Cake is a specialty from the South of Germany and is different than other apple cakes I had made so far. This German apple cake is awesome for any “Kaffee and Kuchen” table, for the holidays, for birthdays and festive occasions. The apples are covered in a [...]

German Home Made Apricot Jam

July 17, 2013 by gabrieleutz  
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German apricot jam is a delicatessen! It is some work, yes, but the taste will reward you. There is nothing better than a home made jam. You can smell and taste the fruit, there is no other jam to compare with. I had the chance this year to pick apricots from a [...]

Marble Gugelhupf Cake

July 17, 2013 by gabrieleutz  
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The Marble Gugelhupf is a classic cake in Germany and in English you would call it Bundt Cake. You would use the special Gugelhupf form to make this German cake. The ingredients are well mixed together and to get it out of the form you would grease the form first, then sprinkle [...]

German Filled Pancakes

May 24, 2013 by gabrieleutz  
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German filled pancakes are a classic German dish that can be varied in many ways. This recipe is with a mushroom-onion filling. But you can use some ham or zucchini, ground meat or green and red pepper. If you like enjoy it without the filling and add some maple syrup, jam or a cinnamon-sugar mix. [...]

German Herb Butter

May 24, 2013 by gabrieleutz  
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German herb butter is a classic in Germany and is served together with a rump steak or used for the meat on the barbecue – it is the butter for steaks! This is an original German recipe, very easy to make, perfect to freeze: Cut the butter in slices and wrap each slice separately, then [...]

Cherry Jam with Asbach

April 3, 2013 by gabrieleutz  
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Cherry Jam with Asbach: If you are tired of buying jams because you love home made jams so much, here is a great German recipes for cherry jam with a bit of the German classic brandy Asbach Uralt. Find more recipes on www.Mybestgermanrecipes.com
Ingredients (makes 5-6 jars depending on the size)
about 1 kg cherries, [...]

How to prepare “Sauce Hollandaise” German style

March 29, 2013 by gabrieleutz  
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Sauce Hollandaise is the French name for “Hollaendische Sauce (Dutch sauce)” and it is a classic sauce for many different dishes.  In German we also call it “helle” or “weisse” Sosse. The sauce Hollandaise is a must with asparagus – great combination – but also with meat, fish and other vegetable. [...]

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