Sandra s German Apple Cake from Food.com: My mother sent me this unusual recipe back in the 70's. I was baking rolls in a health food restaurant at the time. The restaurant wanted me to come up with a dessert for the menu, so I made my mother's recipe using wholewheat flour, turbinado sugar and organic walnuts*. It was an enormous success! You should note there is no liquid in this recipe. The moisture that binds the ingredients comes from the eggs, oil and fresh apple slices. A pretty good…
Nigella has a particular fondness for German food. "Actually, I am more than fond: I adore it, every maligned bit of it. There is so much more to the cooking of Germany than wurst and sauerkraut, delicious though both are". "The following recipe is inspired by the Schweinshaxe, or pork knuckle, I ate when I was last in Germany, a couple of years ago".
Chocolate Crescent Rolls (From Scratch) from Food.com: This is a really nice, quick recipe for chocolate crescent rolls without yeast. They are easy to make and taste nice and sweet. The original recipe comes from famous German chef Tim Mälzer. He says: "With these rolls every morning will be full of smiles."
German Potatoes Thought I'd share a simple little recipe for homemade German Potatoes. It is such great comfort food. It goes with steak, brisket, pot roast or your favorite hearty dish. You will need: 5 lbs of potatoes (thinly sliced) 15 oz of Worcestershire sauce I Onion (diced) 1 lb of Bacon (cut up) Cook in a stock pot for 3 hours on medium heat. Stir every 15 minutes.
Nuernberg Red Bell Pepper Salad from Food.com (Poster Said:) A simple red pepper makes a bright-colored and bright-flavored side salad usually served with grilled Bratwurst and Kartoffelsalat (potato salad) in Bavaria. After searching for a recipe for years, I've reconstructed it to my taste using techniques from other German and Polish recipes. Looks right to me, try it and see.
Family are stationed in Germany. "One thing about living in Germany, schnitzel seems to be available in almost every restaurant! But it's so. easy to make at home, too! We chose schnitzel as the first in our "Guten Appetit!" board, where we'll hunt down recipes for great German food and share them with you! Pork Schnitzel from FoodNetwork.com
Gegrillte Bratwurst (Grilled Bratwurst) from Food.com: This German adopted recipe has had reviews commenting on the cloves. I do not care for cloves either but they can be an optional item. The taste may not be European but the bratwurst still tastes great.
Jager Schnitzel from Food.com: My DH was in Germany when he was in the army and he loves German food. This recipe comes from a very well known restaurant in Portland, Oregon called the Rheinlander. I have substituted chicken for veal.
Pannekoeken (Apple Pie Pancake/German) from Food.com: I was watching Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and this was made and looked too good. Luckily it was submitted for publishing on the site and wasn't on food.com. This is a recipe courtesy of Maria Bayer, Magnolia Pancake Haus. People eat it for breakfast at the restaurant but could also be served as a dessert.
Mom s Meatloaf (German Falsche Hase) from Food.com: A real family pleaser, and great comfort food. Great served with green beans and mashed potatoes, with extra catsup on the side. I usually double the recipe and make two loaves in order to have extra for meatloaf sandwiches the next day--yum!!! Recipe is from my mother who learned it from my Oma, growing up.
Sautéed Green Apples and Leeks from Food.com: Found this German recipe on one of my favorite vegetarian websites. Leeks & apples go quite well together so I'm looking forward to trying this. When i do get to it, I'm thinking of adding a bit of fresh sage. Posted for the Zaar World Tour
German Bierocks from Food.com: German Bierocks are made by combining ground beef, chopped cabbage and lots of seasoning all baked in a bread dough. A very popular food at the Oktoberfest. You can use homemade bread dough or store bought. Original recipe from www.tasty-german-recipe.com -- I adjusted the ingredients a bit. Posted for ZWT6.
Apple German Pancakes with Brown Sugar Buttermilk Syrup | Apple chips, powdered milk, and flour are the basis for this recipe, perfect for a delicious breakfast that's a little out of the ordinary. | Food Storage Recipes
German-Style Crisp Potato Pancakes from Food.com: Another of my favorite recipes from the Sunset International Cookbook. The original recipe called for peeled and chopped raw potatoes but I've never had good luck using raw potatoes for this recipe. Therefore my adaptation is to use leftover cooked (mashed) potatoes. Can be served as a main meal sidedish or for breakfast.