Herring, housewife style – Hering nach Hausfrauen Art

Deutsch Matjes fillets marinated in sour cream, onions, apples and dill. In addition there are boiled potatoes, the typical food on New Year and Ash Wednesday in Germany. 2 servings Ingredients: 4 matjes fillets, the oil poured off 2 cups of sour cream (400 g) 100 g onions cut into strips 1 apple, cut into small cubes 1 bunch of […]

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German French lentil stew – Deutsch Französischer Linseneintopf

Deutsch The recipe is of course neither French nor German. Actually it is a German stew with French seasoning. I could, however, imagine that such a dish is quite prepared as a winter meal in very rural areas of Lorraine and Alsace in a similar form. 8 servings Ingredients: 300 g dried lentils 1 bunch soup greens (leek, carrots, celery) […]

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Mussels in Rhineland style – Miesmuscheln auf rheinische Art

Deutsch This is a very simple recipe for mussels. Root vegetables and onions are cooked in white wine, add mussels, ready. The dish is very popular in Germany in the Rhineland from Cologne to Aachen, partly also in the Ruhr area. The main ingredients mussels from the Rhine delta and wine from the Middle Rhine were already available through the […]

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Shashlik pot – Schaschliktopf

Deutsch Shashlik is actually known as a skewer. Original from the Caucasus this is marinated meat on skewers and grilled. In Germany they make a skewer with bacon, kidneys, pork, peppers and onions, which is cooked in a shashlik sauce. Just ask yourself, why does that have to be on skewers, if that is anyway braised in a sauce. So […]

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Merguez – North African beef brats – Nordafrikanische Rinderbratwürste

Deutsch Merguez originate originally from the Maghrebian North Africa Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco. After the Algerian war between 1954 and 1962 escaped Algerians, but also by other North African emigrants, the Merguez came to France, from where it also spread to neighboring countries. Originally, the Merguez was a sharp, strongly flavored bratwurst of well-marbled lamb meat. In Europe, a mixture […]

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Tabbouleh – Syrian Bulgur Salad – syrischer Bulgursalat

Deutsch I originally classified the dish in North Africa because the salad is also made with couscous. Hence this combination with the Merguez, which definitely comes from the Maghreb. No matter, the combination tastes good to us, so we don’t care where the components come from. In reality, the tabbouleh belongs to Syria and Lebanon and is a wonderful refreshment, […]

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Northern German kale – Norddeutscher Grünkohl

Deutsch Kale is considered here in Germany as a German specialty. In fact, it is more widespread than is generally believed here. It is the closest relative of the cultivated wild cabbage and is known since the 3rd century BC in Greece. Many European nations introduced it already at early days of colonization in America. 2014 there was a real […]

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