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Pepperpotthast / Pfefferpotthast

A simple but tasty goulash made from beef. In Westphalia, it is now considered a kind of national dish.

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Potato cake Döppekuchen

In the Rhineland, Döbbekuchen or Döpekooche is one of the traditional dishes. Grated potatoes are baked in the oven together with smoked bacon (Dürrfleisch). A cast-iron pot “en Döpp” is usually used for this. The originally simple dish (as in our recipe) is modified in many ways depending on the region and family. For example, 3 layers of potatoes are used, and in between they are topped with the ends of the mead and bacon.This meal is eaten in the northern Rhineland-Palatinate and southern North Rhine-Westphalia. A similar dish with the same basic ingredients exists in Saarland and is called Schales. It is also an integral part of Saarland cuisine. A potato cake from the rhineland. Advertisment

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Sorbian Krautmauke – Prampany kal

A quick spoon dish of the Sorbs with red cabbage and potatoes.

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Backesgrumbeere – Oven jacket potatoes

Backesgrumbeere is a hearty Rhine-Hessian potato casserole with meat or ham.

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Cherryplotzer, Cherrymichel

Kirschenplotzer or Kirschenmännla - a delicious leftover recipe .A sweet dish from southern to central Germany. Recipe.

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Hoppel Poppel

Hoppel Poppel is a simple, hearty dish made from leftovers that can be prepared very quickly.

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Filderkraut salad

Filderkraut is a type of pointed cabbage and the finer variety of white cabbage. Just give it a try.

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Büsum crab ragout

Büsumer crab ragout is an easy-to-cook specialty from Schleswig-Holstein with North Sea crabs as a main meal.

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Hamburger red fruit jelly

Rote Grütze, also called Rode Grüdd, is originally a regional sweet dish from northern Germany.

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Spreewald gherkins

Spreewald gherkins are simply great tasting in the original. We have here old original recipes - very simple - very tasty.

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Pinkel with kale

In the northwest of Germany Pinkel (a Grützwurst) with kale is a traditional dish especially in the kale season from January to February.

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pea soup from Hanover

This hearty stew from Lower Saxony is served with semolina dumplings.

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Teltower turnip

Grown more than 300 years ago as a poor man's food, Teltower turnips are now a much sought-after delicacy that is not available everywhere.

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Berliner Weisse

Woodruff, cherry or raspberry - Berliner Weisse are all the rage. Traditionally, wheat beer is mixed with syrup and served ice cold is a wonderful thirst quencher in the summer.

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Knieper cabbage from the Prignitz

Knieperkohl is a hearty dish from the Prignitz and consists of a mixture of white cabbage, green cabbage, marrow stem cabbage, cherry and vine leaves. Recipe. It is mainly served in the cold season from November onwards.

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North Frisian buttermilk soup

A simple but hearty dish is the North German or Frisian buttermilk soup with smoked bacon, pears and raisins. Well suited for the cold season.

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Mulled wine recipe

A good tasting mulled wine is very easy to prepare yourself. Surprise your friends with this recipe.

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Mutzenmandeln

The small Mutzenmandeln are actually fried dough to Rhineland carnival and New Year's Eve. It tastes however also at each other time. Easy preparation.

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Schnüsch – Soup

The name Schnüsch means vegetable stew; it originates from the region of Angeln in Schleswig-Holstein. Originally it is about cooking the first young vegetables together with milk.

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Frankfurt’s green sauce

What is Franfurter green sauce or better: Grie Sos? A sauce with 7 different herbs. But the recipe is very diverse.

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Rhubarb compote

Rhubarb is a vegetable, not a fruit. Even though the popular stalks are mostly processed like fruit, the rhubarb is a knotweed and therefore a vegetable.

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Dandelion flowers syrup

A very aromatic syrup can be made from dandelion flowers. The appearance is like honey, the taste is spicy and sweet.

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Bettsejer – Saarland dandelion salad

Dandelion is one of the first fresh greens that nature offers in the form of wild herbs in spring. A salad recipe from the leaves.

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Recipe white asparagus – variations

Preparation of asparagus very aromatic in the oven, classic in a water bath and a recipe for sauce hollondaise.

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Quick pickles in a jar

You can easily prepare crunchy gherkins yourself in a jar. Here is a recipe from the Spreewald.

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Elderflowers & Elderberries

Elderberry syrup, elderberry cakes or lilac purée are fine delicacies made from elderflowers and elderberries. Here are the recipes.

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Hamburger bickberry soup – hot or cold

Bickberry soup is a sweet fruit soup made from blueberries. It is a simple dish that is eaten warm. Wonderful cold as a cold dish.

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Married / Married Recipe

Verheiratete is a simple but filling dish in the Saarland. Potatoes and a flour dough.

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Thuringian sauerkraut soup

Sauerkraut soup is a variation on how Thuringians eat this cabbage. Sometimes diced pork belly or ham is also added.

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Apple chips – DIY gifts from the meadow orchard

Apple chips from fallen fruit simply process into dried chips. Together with some cinnamon a good alternative as a snack on the go. DIY Gift.

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