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This twice baked potato recipe is an easy side dish to fit to almost any meal. Make ahead and pop in the oven when you need it.
A German Spätzle recipe can be tricky to make. Here's Oma's easy version of this traditional favorite. Serve this as a 'Mac & Cheese' or covered with caramelized onions :)
A wunderbar German Apple Pancake recipe that's sure to please. Puffs up in your oven, filled with apples, and feeds a crowd. This is similar to a Dutch Baby recipe (such a strange name!)
This beef rouladen recipe, along with potato dumplings and red cabbage, are among our most cherished authentic German recipes. Easy? Yes, even my granddaughter makes them!
This easy German Apple Strudel recipe is one of those German desserts that brings the traditional strudel taste to your table without all the work. Wunderbar!!
Learn how to cook pork hocks, not just for Oktoberfest, but anytime you want something traditionally German and wonderfully delicious! A hearty meal any time of the year!
Easy apple Strudel? Really? YES! Here's an easy recipe that really, really is easy. Slightly cake-like, it's flavor really shines through. It's a make-your-hubby-happy kind of cake.
Cheese Spätzle is a traditional German noodle dish. Use either homemade or store-bought Spätzle, the resulting dinner is delicious. A sort of Germanized version of 'Mac & Cheese', only better!
Vanillekipferl are an almond cookie which is very similar to a shortbread cookie, but made with ground almonds. Traditional for a German Christmas, it tastes great all year long. WUNDERBAR!
One of my family's favorites ! 1 Chocolate biscuit layer (make a biscuit with 3 eggs separated, 100g sugar, 35.2g flour, 35.2g unsweetened cocoa, 75g
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