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Learn how to make iced coffee, German style. It's one of the best quick easy dessert recipes that's very traditional.
Hoppel Poppel is a traditional way to use up leftovers in Berlin. Made with meat, potatoes, onions, and eggs, it makes a great lunch or supper. Wunderbar!
This fennel salad is an unusual addition to your salad repertoire. Tasting a bit like anise, it tastes so good when served with apples to balance the flavours.
This German Butter Cake is traditional for afternoon "Kaffeeklatsch" and is so easy to make. Use your bread maker and cut down on the work.
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 :)
Boil egg noodles and drain Slightly fry in butter Put in a large Bowl. Cook Strawberries slowly on stove until sauce forms Make home made croutons Add
I miss my Oma's cooking and baking! She had a way of making it look like magic, the way she threw a pinch of this and a handful of that into a pot and
This Cream Roll recipe is made just like a jelly roll only it's filled with a creamed filling. Oh, so German. Check out the one filled with whipped cream and fruit! Wunderbar!
Homemade pork noodle soup ... so easy to make a huge potful to satisfy the hungriest of families or a large party.
Your own homemade quark is perfect for many German recipes. Easy to make, inexpensive, and delicious. Perfect for cheesecake! Wunderbar!
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