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Oma's quick and easy potato salad recipe can be made from scratch within 30 minutes! Tastes delicious hot, warm, or cold! Use her method to alter your own recipe into a quick one.
This vegetarian barley soup recipe fits the description of a vegan soup. Using a slow cooker to make this speeds up the time I actually spend in the kitchen.
This German potato and cabbage soup, or eintopf, is so delicious on a cool autumn evening. It's traditional for the Oktoberfest celebrations as well.
Looking for a vegan lentil soup that's easy to make? Here's one that you'll make within 30 minutes and can be altered to your lifestyle.
A vegan chili recipe sounds impossible! It needs meat, right? Nope, it doesn't! Really. This one tastes good, even for meat-eaters. Even my German, meat-loving hubby likes this one!
This tomato bisque soup is great for all. Smooth, well-seasoned, creamy. Delicious as a light lunch or supper, served with some fresh bread. Even your vegan friends will love this!
This Butter Cake recipe (Butterkuchen), also called Sugar Cake (Zuckerkuchen), is the traditional German cake served for afternoon coffee. The yeast dough makes it economical yet absolutely delicious!
This recipe for German potato salad is an easy way to learn how to make potato salad. Served warm, it tastes great cold as well.
A traditional German quick meatloaf that's delicious served hot or cold. This one's wrapped in bacon. Absolutely WUNDERBAR with a potato salad or for sandwiches. Make this one tonight!
Wondering how to make goulash that tastes like traditional German goulash? Here's my easy way to make this favorite. I'm sure it'll become yours as well. So LECKER!
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