➤ by Oma Gerhild Fulson
These easy German homemade soup recipes, aka Suppen, will help you make soup with that traditional German taste. It's what I grew up with. Not just any soup, but the kind Germans call Eintopf or one-pot meal. And, a delicious meal it was for us. Quick soup recipes is what it was for Mutti. Mutti taught me so much ... such as her lentil soup, one of my absolute favorites.
Once I was married, I realized why my Mutti made soup so often. It was easy to make, easy to clean up after, and very economical. Some were almost all vegetable, others more like a meaty stew.
Many of my soups now use what you probably already have in your fridge or freezer, some water, and spices. I keep my pantry well stocked so I can make a soup at any time, especially when I'm busy.
Ready to make some soups? I've arranged them into categories that will make it easier to choose just what you want. Check these out ...
These roasted Brussels spouts with balsamic vinegar and maple syrup are so quick and easy to prepare, yet so delicious! This may just be your new favorite go-to recipe for roasted FROZEN Brussels spro…
Love German cabbage rolls? You'll absolutely love Oma's unstuffed cabbage roll casserole. Same great taste, but a LOT less work. No rice or tomatoes here. Just real German goodness.
THE German Krapfen or jelly donut recipe you'll need if you plan to make Berliner Pfannkuchen ~ that traditional treat for New Year's and throughout the year!
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