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This crustless spinach quiche is PERFECT if you're needing some low carb breakfast recipes that will satisfy everyone. If you don't think this is German, then read on ...
This fruit flan recipe is so quick and easy ... takes just one hour from start to table ... and is so versatile ... and so pretty ... and so good! WUNDERBAR!
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 great both for breakfast or a buffet lunch.
This recipe for endive comes from my dear friend, Nicole. She lives in Duisburg, Germany, and this dinner is a very traditional German meal for the Ruhr region.
This German Sauerbraten recipe comes from my Mutti's own cookbook. Tender and flavorful, this traditional beef dinner is a favorite. It takes its time marinating, but it's an easy dish to make.
Here's a peach cake recipe you'll love to make. With a yeast cake base, covered with peaches and a streusel topping, you'll be singing 'Wunderbar' all day long!
Ingredients: • 1 boneless leg of lamb • 1 green pepper • 1 red pepper • 4 carrots • 3 onions • 3 slices of bacon cut into strips • 1/2 liter of
This German Asparagus Salad Recipe is one of those great spring asparagus recipes. It makes a such a great luncheon meal that's light and tasty. Hurry up, Spring! I WANT asparagus!
An easy cream puff recipe that makes an impressive dessert. Tastes like a bit of heaven, filled with whipped cream, fruit, or chocolate. Change the shape, and you have eclairs or SWANS
This German schnitzel recipe (Jäger-Schnitzel) is great if you need something delicious that's quick as well. So traditionally German and so WUNDERBAR!
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Joy B: Our family always used white vinegar instead of lemon juice, and added paprika ... but I think I'd like this version better!
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