➤ by Oma Gerhild Fulson
Traditional German easy vegetable recipes, aka Gemüse, can range from the very healthy to those heavily loaded with butter, bacon, and cream. Among them is THE traditional BEST vegetable recipe, red cabbage! If you haven't tried it yet ... you really MUST!
This one always brings smiles to my family's faces. This, as well as many others, are sure to please even the finickiest eater in your family. And, what makes this so special is that it fits with almost any meal (and looks so pretty, too!)
Below you'll find LOTS of traditional German vegetable recipes with some more modern ones thrown in. All are easy and all are absolutely delicious. Start with one and work your way through them all. Then decide your favorite.
I've arranged them in alphabetical order, so it's easy for you to find just what you're looking for.
Favorites in our household also include cauliflower, mushrooms, Savoy cabbage, kale, carrots, and sauerkraut. What's especially nice about these recipes is that they can be done year-round since these vegetables are staples at the market.
Since how you cook the vegetables will impact their nutritional value, as well as their texture, appearance, and color, this is always something to consider when preparing them.
So go ahead and try one of these authentic, traditional, modernized, and tasty German vegetable recipes. You'll be adding vitamins and smiles to your dinner table!
Eating a vegan diet is one of the health alternatives that is becoming increasingly more common, even in Germany. Check out my Vegan recipes.
Oma's Cream Roll recipe, Biskuitrolle, is the German version of a Swiss roll or jelly roll. Filled with whipped cream and studded with berries, this is an easy-to-make treat anytime of the year.
Make this pan roasted carrot recipe when you're wanting quick and easy carrots just like this German Oma makes them. Similar to oven roasted, just quicker. YUM!
Cooking green beans, German-style, makes a wonderful side dish for almost any meal. Cooking the grüne Bohnen till just tender with a creamy white sauce is so traditional and so lecker!
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