Gypsy cutlet – Zigeunerschnitzel

Deutsch Gypsy cutlet (Zigeunerschnitzel) or politically correct paprika cutlet (Paprikaschnitzel, although that is actually an own recipe) is one of the most famous German cutlet recipes next to the hunter cutlet (Jägerschnitzel) and is usually served in the restaurant. With this recipe you can make it at home, too. Mostly this is a breaded cutlet fried and the gypsy sauce […]

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Creamy spinach, boiled potatoes and fried eggs – Rahmspinat, Salzkartoffeln und Spiegeleier

Deutsch This is a dish that usually particularly like children in Germany, unless you have spoiled them the taste of spinach soon enough. It is usually assumed for the dish spinach, which can briefly boiled and then chopped. The fresh spinach is unfortunately not always to buy and you get to chopped, frozen spinach without spices, which can then thicken […]

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Italia meets Swabia, a fusion of an Italian chanterelle sauce with Swabian spaetzle – Italien trifft Schwaben, italienische Pfifferlingssauce mit schwäbischen Spätzle

Deutsch Actually, this is a leftover meal, in which I’ve used so many legacies of my sweetheart and whatever was left in the fridge. I even found the wine in it. The broth was from the freezer. The sauce got the typical Italian touch with olive oil, garlic and Pecorino romana. The spaetzle baked in fat and finished the fusion […]

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Beef salad – Rindfleischsalat

Deutsch The recipe is a leftover use for boiled beef, which has already been boiled for a soup. By the strong seasoning with mustard and pepper is not already so taste-intensive meat still tasty. Of course, you can also use leftovers of beef brisket, prime boiled beef, beef roasts and steaks. 2 servings Ingredients: 300 g cooked beef, cut into […]

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Boiled beef with horseradish sauce – Gekochtes Rindfleisch mit Meerrettichsauce

Deutsch Beef is often boiled in Austria and Germany for a good beef soup. The meat was used earlier after cooking for the Sunday roast or it was eaten with horseradish sauce. Unfortunately, the boiled meat is now perceived by inexperienced housewives as inferior and therefore discarded. Some people find cooked meat generally considered disgusting, only roasted meat counts. It […]

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Calf liver Berlin style – Kalbsleber Berliner Art

Deutsch The veal liver with apple and onion is from the classic Berlin cuisine and belongs to the repertoire just like the knuckle with sauerkraut and pea puree. According to the original recipe, the liver is first to be rolled in flour and roasted. I omitted the flour and fried the onion and the apple first and finally the liver. […]

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Headcheese with roasted potatoes and remoulade – Sülze mit Bratkartoffeln und Remoulade

Deutsch I know, headcheese is not unknown in the US. I’ve often seen Anthony Bourdain eating headcheese in his episodes of ‚No reservation‘ in the US and around the world. Making headcheese by yourself, gives an additional kick on the taste and you always know, what you eat. In Germany there are 3 well known ways, to eat headcheese (unless […]

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Chanterelle sauce with potato dumpling – Pfifferlingssauce mit Kartoffelknödel

Deutsch Forest or meadow mushrooms in a sauce are available as a recipe in countless variations. This is especially about chanterelles in a gravy with potato dumplings. They were from purchased dumpling dough this time, but the recipe of the potato dumplings (raw, half and half, cooked) will be handed later. 2 – 3 servings Ingredients: 200 g chanterelles, cleaned […]

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Breaded fish fillet with Northern potato salad and remoulade – Paniertes Fischfilet mit norddeutschen Kartoffelsalat und Remoulade

Deutsch This is the most famous dish in Germany on Fridays in Germany. This can be found in a similar way at a star restaurant, the inn, the canteen or the snack bar. Breaded fish fillet with potato salad. The remoulade sauce is optional and can be replaced by a lemon slice, for me the remoulade simply belongs to it. […]

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Potato pancakes – Kartoffelpfannkuchen

Deutsch The potato pancakes you can find all over in Germany, but always with another name. In the north they are called „Reibekuchen“, in the Rhineland they have „Rivkooche“, in Hesse and Palatinate „Kartoffelpfannkuchen“ or only „Pannekuche“ and the Bavarians have their „Reiberdatschi“. This recipe is a little more complicated, however, the crispy taste convinced. The crunchiness depends on two […]

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