Pennsylvania Dutch Chicken Corn Soup - When I first moved to PA, I was hesitant of trying this. I had never heard of it. Now its my favorite soup. Its the most popular soup in our region. I make it without rivels (Another thing I had never heard of until moving here. Kind of like tiny dumplings) I love this soup with or without the rivels
Pennsylvania Dutch Pot Pie: this is the recipe I use for my pot pie... oh, you have no idea what has been missing in your life if you haven't had PA Dutch pot pie WITH homemade noodles... 100% worth the effort over store noodles
PENNSYLVANIA DUTCH GREEN BEANS RECIPE: ~ From: "MR.FOOD.COM" ~ Recipe Courtesy Of: "MR.FOOD TEST KITCHEN ". ~ Cooking Time: 15 min; Yield: (6 servings). NOTE: To blanch, cook the green beans in boiling water 3 to 5 minutes, drain, then plunge into cold water. *** The garden fresh taste of our Amish-inspired Pennsylvania Dutch Green Beans that come with a hint of savory bacon, is sure to warrant second helpings at dinner time .
Amish Pickled Eggs and Beets from Food.com: This is an easy recipe that my grandmother used to serve in the spring. My brother still refers to this dish as "Easter eggs". Slices of onion or hot pepper may also be added to the pickling liquid with the beets and eggs.
German Salad Recipes- I am so glad I found this! When we lived in Germany, restaurants would serve a plate with a variety of salads! Jessy.....you probably don't remember but you would only eat potatoes.
Pork and Sauerkraut. Traditional Pa Dutch New Years meal. (don't forget the mashed taters!) Tradition says to not eat anything on New Year's Day that scratches backwards (i.e. chicken or beef). Pigs root forward with their noses, therefore bringing good luck to the New Year!