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Regional specialties from North Rhine-Westphalia

Potato cake Döbbekuchen

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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