Lard pastry

Carnival

Regional specialties for Carnival, Shrovetide and Mardi Gras

What to eat at Carnival, Shrovetide, Mardi Gras? And why is this being celebrated? It has to do with food!

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Carnival

Baden Shards

Badische Scherben are a popular and classic lard pastry for Shrovetide, Mardi Gras or Carnival. But they also go well with a party.

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Carnival

Sweet schuerzkuchen cake

A lard pastry similar to the Berlin pancakes. A distinctive feature is the special shape of the pastry.

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New Year's Eve

BollebÀuschen doughnuts

This pastry also goes on the Bergische coffee table.

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Carnival

Sweet rabbit ear lard pastry

A lard pastry from southern Germany with an interesting shape. Without powdered sugar, it can also be eaten with savory dishes.

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Carnival

Sweet naunzen from the Moselle

Naunzen are originally a carnival pastry. But they taste good all year round.

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Carnival

Sweet Prilleken

Prilleken or Prilken are a sweet carnival specialty from the Braunschweig and Harz region.

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Carnival

Fastnachtskuchle

FastnachtskĂŒchle or Fasnetkichle are Lard biscuites from the southwest German region.

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Regional specialities from Berlin

Pfannkuchen, Berliner, Krapfen

Berliners call it Pfannkuchen, for everyone else it is a Berliner or a Krapfen for southern Germany.

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Holidays

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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