Djuvec – Serbian rice with meat – Serbisches Reisfleisch

Deutsch Djuvec has become a very diffuse term. Some mean the rice that is served with the famous Balkan dishes Rasniji or Cevapcici, others mean Serbian rice meat. After reading up on the subject, I learned that originally it was only meat with vegetables and rice was more optional. History or not, in a former Yugoslav, now Croatian/Serbian restaurant it […]

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Pulled pork

Deutsch Pulled pork belongs to the trinity of American BBQ, along with beef brisket and spare ribs. A piece of pork shoulder is smoked in the smoker for hours at approx. 120° C. After that, the meat is so tender that you can pull it apart with your hands into the fibers. The meat is then mixed with a BBQ […]

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Frankfurt schnitzel – Frankfurter Schnitzel

Deutsch Basically, the Frankfurter Schnitzel is simply a large pork schnitzel with Frankfurt green sauce. The usually served side dish is fried potatoes and also a seasonal salad or vegetable. In restaurants, the green sauce is usually served separately in a sauce boat so that the breading of the schnitzel does not become soft. At home, if you serve the […]

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Palatinate plate – Pfälzer Teller

Deutsch In this Palatinate specialty I know from my childhood only the individual components in conjunction with sauerkraut and optionally fried potatoes, boiled potatoes or mashed potatoes. Palatinates like to eat their coarse bratwurst, fresh ‚Saumagen‘ (pig’s stomach) from the boiler or fried in slices and liver dumplings („Lewwerknepp“). Someone came up with the idea to unite the three dishes […]

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Franconian Schäufele – Fränkisches Schäufele

Deutsch Franconian Schäufele is something completely different than the better-known Baden Schäufele. The Baden Schäufele is the thicker part of the deboned pork shoulder, cured and smoked like kassler. In Franconia, the pork shoulder with bone and rind is simply sawn into portions. And let’s be honest, it’s just a portion-sized pork crust roast. But it has the advantage that […]

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Fried meatloaf – Gebratener Leberkäse

Deutsch The “Leberkäse” (liver cheese) or “Fleischkäse” (meat cheese) is a special meatloaf, minced in a cutter as fine as the meat for Wiener. It has nothing to do with liver or cheese, the name came from the medieval German words for loaf (Laib) and for minced sausage meat. So the original word was “Laiberkas”. Some recipes contains also eggs […]

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Paella

Deutsch Paella recipes there are certainly as many as there are Valencians. Paella is available only with meat (pork, poultry, rabbit), only with seafood (prawns, clams, cuttlefish, and sometimes fish that is otherwise too small for sale) or just mixed as in my recipe. Presumably, the origin was a poor man’s food as with so many famous recipes in the […]

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Schnitzel forest master style – Schnitzel Forstmeister Art

Deutsch Here in the north of Stuttgart (and south of Heilbronn) we have some delivery services that deliver the schnitzel forest master style. This is supposed to be with chanterelles, which are in small amounts in the season in, but are mostly Chinese stick sponges from the jar. It’s chanterelle season here in Germany, so I once cooked my own […]

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Spareribs

Deutsch Spareribs are a wonderful nibble, which unfortunately too often even ends up in Germany in the sauerkraut or even in the waste. In this case it’s actually a real treat when they are marinated, grilled and coated with a smoky BBQ sauce. Thus, they get really soft and almost falling off the bone, there are two methods: Boil it […]

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