Noodle salad – Nudelsalat

Deutsch As an alternative to the always present potato salad in the early 1970s came the noodle salad with at least so many variants as the potato salad. With vegetables (peas, carrots, pepper bells etc.), sausage, ham and with several dressings from simple oil, salt and pepper over a vinaigrette to dressings on mayonnaise base. On grill parties, where every […]

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Pan cake soup – Flädlesuppe/Fritattensuppe

Deutsch Pan cake soup is mostly a restover dish. When you cook out beef for broth, you’ll always have much more broth, than you need. If you bake pancakes, you’ll always have more than you need. So it’s natural, to bring both together. But it is not harmful to make both fresh. 4 servings Ingredients: 3 tablespoons wheat flour 1 […]

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Beef roast in red wine – Rinderbraten in Rotwein

Deutsch The beef roast in red wine is a German-French combination, which probably originates from the Boeuf bourguignon. As our French neighbors are no friends of so large roasts, the meat is cut into large pieces, while we Germans prefer the whole roast. 2 servings Ingredients: 600 g beef roast from neck, shoulder or leg 1 tablespoon oil salt pepper […]

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The difference between normal German and Hessian beef roulades – Der Unterschied zwischen normalen deutschen und hessischen Rinderrouladen

Deutsch There are countless variations of beef rouladen in Germany. They are stuffed with minced meat, mushrooms, eggs and what ever. But there is one classic stuffing that is known throughout Germany, bacon, onions and gherkins. However, the Hessians would not be Hessians, if there is not a contrast to the rest of Germany. Throughout Germany, the ingredients for the […]

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Chicken frikassee – Hühnerfrikassee

Deutsch This is the newer version of the Berlin style of a chicken ragout made from a soup hen. Older verions were made with cow odder and ox tungues. See my next recipe of a chicken frikassee later. 4 servings Ingredients: 1 soup chicken of 1200 g 1500 ml of water 1 tbsp salt 1 bunch of soup greens (carrots, […]

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Eggs in mustard sauce – Eier in Senfsauce

Deutsch A typical poor man’s food with products that were formerly found in every household. Potatoes were always considered filling foods, mustard was first mentioned in the 8th century in a manuscript of Charlemagne and native to Central Europe since that time and chickens ran as eggs suppliers around everywhere. 2 servings Ingredients: 500 g potatoes salt 2 tablespoons butter […]

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Jacket potatoes and salads – Pellkartoffeln und Salate

Deutsch Jacket potatoes with salads were in my childhood an integral part of our diet. First the salads came from the delicatessen corner of the supermarket and were then so little by little replaced by self-developed recipes. Those were my mother’s recipes, but she has never told me. Thus I was forced to construct the salads from the pure taste […]

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