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Wondering how to make goulash that tastes like traditional German goulash? Here's my easy way to make this favorite. I'm sure it'll become yours as well. So LECKER!
My homemade chicken rice soup recipe is one you're sure to make often. Why? 'Cause it's so easy and so good. Make a huge batch that'll feed a crowd. Or, just so you can enjoy leftovers.
Wanting an easy Quark recipe? Check out this unusual way to make this staple ingredient used for German cheesecakes and so much more.
Oma's German schnitzel recipe (Jäger-Schnitzel) is great if you need something delicious that's quick as well. So traditionally German and so 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 similar to a Dutch Baby recipe (such a strange name!)
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These German cookie recipes in English are quick and simple recipes to delight your family and friends.
Funny name you think? Not so, once you read the recipe. I grew up in Bayreuth Germany and I go home to visit my family as often as I can. On one of those
Gebrannte Mandeln, Roasted Almonds are a treat sold at all the wonderful German Christmas Markets and are sold here in the US as well. Unfortunately,
I'm American but lived several years in Germany. I love the German Christmas traditions! For instance celebrating a 1st and 2nd Christmas day and celebrating
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