German Recipes ~ Just like Oma Gerhild❤️
German recipes aren't normally put into the category of being quick and easy to make. That, however, is about to change!
Now you can WOW your family and friends with tantalizing and delicious German food. Food that is both easy AND quick to make AND delicious AND so traditionally German!
That's me, Oma, on the right. And, only you'll know my secrets to preparing these dishes to resemble the old "tried and true" traditional methods with more modern ones.
For example, rouladen are one of the most traditional of all German meat dishes. They are time consuming to make, as well as expensive. I've created an alternative: flatladen. It tastes like just rouladen, as well as having the MOST delicious gravy. Only, it's a lot less work (and cheaper!)
Perhaps you're looking to make a German Black Forest cake? You can choose to make the traditional way made from scratch. But, if you're in a hurry, there's an easy version made from a mix and a can!
Here are my two sweet granddaughters, Lydia (on the left) and Alana, showing off their 2019 Christmas presents: aprons and Oma's newest cookbook. These two have been so much fun to cook and bake with ever since they were little. We're looking forward to many more yummy kitchen adventures!
Traditional German food ~ quickly and easily. Ready? Which will you start with?
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Go ahead! Get out your pots and pans. Pull out your ingredients. Print off some recipes, and get ready to start cooking and enjoying easy, delicious German foods today!
I've added 100's of my recipes here, and am adding more and more.
Do check out my recipe index or, if you know what you're looking for, type it in the search bar in the top corner of this page.
What some Oma's fans are saying ...
These delicious soups are truly made in no time at all, quick, as the title says, with ingredients that you most likely have on hand.
What a relief it is not having to go shop for ingredients you don’t know how to pronounce! Included in the book are many ideas of substituting the original ingredients and turning-up the taste a notch or totally changing the taste of the soup.
The directions are easy to follow and easy to understand. You’ll have no problem serving these soups to your guests. They are foolproof & yummy delicious!
What I love the most is that you add a little bit of this and a little bit of that. You don’t have to be exact at all with measuring the ingredients. And cutting up the vegetables doesn’t have to be pretty either. Gerhild makes it so easy! She takes away the fear of messing up or trying something new.
‘Quick Fix Soups’ is a great addition to my recipe collection, one I don’t want to miss. Thank you, Gerhild, for inspiring us all and saving us time in the kitchen!
➤ Heidi Moellgaard
‘Quick Fix Soups’ has to be one of the best soup books I have ever seen, the way it is presented, the book cover, colorful and inviting. Your Table of Contents says it all: quick and accessible.
I love the introductory story filled with interesting nostalgia, along with pictures of your granddaughters.
The recipes are presented with step-by-step procedures. ‘Oma says’ are full of hints, and ‘a bit of this and a bit of that’ are rewarding suggestions.
What a great idea to have recipe cards, again quick and easily accessible.
Excellent cook book. I can hardly wait to get started cooking soups. We love eating soup. And, what I like about these recipes, is that I don’t have to be all day cooking in the kitchen.
‘Quick Fix Soups’ is for me!
➤ Melania Orasch
What some Oma's fans are saying about her new book, German Meals at Oma's ...
To those who don’t know Gerhild, she’s the Oma who put German cuisine on the map with her highly popular website, justlikeoma.com.
Oma dispelled, with great skill, my stereotypical view of beige-y sauce over beige-y sausage with beige-y sauerkraut and beige-y potatoes and finally – beige-y taste. I thought all German cuisine was the same – sausage. Boy was I wrong. Beautifully photographed, Oma’s recipes taste as scrumptious as they look.
Look out France, Spain and Italy. A new major European cuisine is about to give you a run for our palates!
➤ Ken Evoy, MD, Founder of SiteSell.com and creator of Solo Build It!
If you love German food and want to explore preparing some memorable German meals at home, then you need the new cookbook German Meals at Oma’s. Her recipes are authentic, and she truly has an amazing assortment included from sauerbraten to spätzle and everything in between. This is really one of the BEST German cookbooks to come out in a long time.
➤ Mary Marshall, Cooking with Mary and Friends, and Food Columnist with Camden Living Magazine
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Thinking of starting your own Handmade Business?
This Oma KNOWS you CAN do it.
How do I know?
Well, if I can do it, anyone can.
I've even figured out how I can help you.
I've teamed up with my own business coach, Renae Christine (yes, do google her!), to bring you this free masterclass. After you watch it, ask me any questions and I'll gladly answer them.
Don't hesitate. I'm not sure how long Renae will keep this free masterclass available.
PS: Yes, Renae really is as amazing as all the reviews say.
PPS: Yes, the course is for handmade items, but I've used it successfully for my cookbooks. I know others are using her methods for services, direct sales ,and even a local ice cream bar & grill that's constantly selling out. You've nothing to lose by taking a look.
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Oma's Cookbooks (downloadable & print)
PIN these and share with others if you're looking to make spectacular German recipes that are great for any occasion, or find Oma's suggested cooking tools such as pans and dishes to help along the way!
The Good News
"For the Kingdom of God is not a matter of what we eat or drink, but of living a life of goodness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit."