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Looking for an easy salad dressing? Just like the one your Oma made? Here are several to choose from as starters and then alter them to make them just the way you love.
One of my family's favorites! 1 biscuit layer made with: 6 eggs, separated 2 Tbsp warm water 200g sugar 75g flour 75g corn starch lemon rind Beat
Ingredients: 1 baked 3-egg biskuit* 1-1/2 lb strawberries 1 32 oz container Greek Yogurt 3/4 cup sugar (a bit more if you like it sweeter) 1 teaspoon
Your own homemade quark is perfect for many German recipes. Easy to make, inexpensive, and delicious. Perfect for cheesecake! Wunderbar!
Comment from Karen Scahill-Stiles (Facebook):"I want to say THANK YOU for the Flatladen, you have made life so much easier for me. My Oma may not have approved or she would have thought wow, why didn't I think of doing it like that.
My daughter lives three hours away and Rouladen is her favorite. She is preparing to take the Law Bar exam, called me crying from stress and wanted this for dinner she was driving home.
I was like okay, mind you i have a very active five year old so it doesn't allow me a lot of time in the kitchen.
I made the Flatladen, and the entire family was thrilled and my mother couldn't believe it and how easy it is to make.
You brought a family favorite that would take forever to cook, a easy recipe that tastes just like Oma's <3 "
I love getting comments from our readers when they try something for the first time. Karen posted onto our Facebook page ... do come by as well and comment!
Beef Flatladen, same great taste as Rouladen, just inexpensive, much quicker, and great for everyday meals. Uses almost any cut of meat, from pot roast to ...
Here's a traditional Bienenstich made with a yeast dough and filled with an unusual Caramel Custard Cream ... So Wunderbar!
This German Apple Cake recipe is quick and easy and looks great too. It's something you can quickly put together just before company comes, and then serve, still warm from the oven.
Please help. I am looking for a recipe. Oma says it is a fried yeast dough rolled in sugar like a doughnut or funnel cake. Her mother made them for her
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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*Kaffeeklatsch: /ˈkafeːˌklatsh / (noun) an informal gathering for coffee and chatting
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Your Quick Fix Soups e-book is wonderful. My Swiss wife is going to love the soups that I make for her with your recipes. She already loves my soups, but your e-book will greatly expand the variety
Thank you for making the recipes easy to follow and see with the beautiful photos. The extra tips and options that you give after each recipe are very helpful. Thanks for the printable recipe cards, too!"
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