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This goulash soup is one of my most traditional German soups. It's one I often make when I have company coming over and need something easy to prepare ahead.
This Rouladen recipe is what I make when I'm in a hurry by using my pressure cooker (Instant Pot). The meat is so tender!!!
My mother always made the Thuringer dumplings with raw potatoes. But it was soo much work and as well they are very heavy in your stomach. I started making
Oma's Christmas Stollen is the BEST. Why? Because it's always moist, has a wonderful flavor, and is super quick to make. And, I put Marzipan in it!!!
These German gingerbread cookies, or Lebkuchen, are such a traditional cookie to have for Christmas. They're very easy to make, there's no reason to buy them.
Oma's German schnitzel recipe (Jägerschnitzel) is great if you need something delicious that's quick to make as well. So traditionally German and so WUNDERBAR!
Jagerschnitzel: Rich creamy bacon & mushroom gravy over crispy breaded pork schnitzel (cutlets). HEAVENLY! A traditional German meal that's PERFECT anytime.
My Bienenstich recipe is a quick version of the traditional "German Bee Sting Cake". Sweet, chewy, nutty top with a creamy filling. Yummy!
This German Sauerbraten recipe comes from my Mutti's own cookbook. Tender and flavorful, this traditional beef dinner is for sure a favourite.
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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