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Homemade Strawberry Rhubarb Jam (Erdbeer-Rhabarber-Konfitüre) This jam enjoys great popularity at breakfast tables in Germany and is a must have at every spring brunch. Flavor variations include additions of vanilla bean or rum. 1 lb preserving sugar (or normal sugar plus pectin) 1 lb strawberries 1 lb rhubarb scant 1/4 cup rum (optional, or) seeds of a vanilla bean (optional) …
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Sunflower Seed Salmon Sandwich (Lachs auf Sonnenblumenbrot) Omega 3 rich smoked salmon on top of healthy sunflower seed bread, with apples, pumpkin seeds, dill and apple cream cheese. 4 slices sunflower seed whole grain bread 3-1/2 oz cream cheese (100g ) 2 small apples 2 tablespoons pumpkin seeds 4 oz smoked salmon 1 sprig dill lemon juice Cut sunflower seed …
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Semolina Waffles with Strawberries and Cream (Grießwaffeln mit Erdbeeren & Sahne) This waffle recipe makes for a perfect Valentine’s or Mother’s treat but will of course make any day so much sweeter and better. The ingredient known as Grieß in German can be substituted by either semolina (available at well-stocked gourmet stores) or the readily available cream of wheat. Semolina …
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Stuttgarter Spaetzle Our colorful Stuttgarter Spätzle is pleasing to the eye and the tastebuds and is sure to warm even the most dampened spirits! German comfort food: spaetzle made with ham, red onions, Emmenthaler cheese and wilted mache salad greens. 2-1/4 cups chopped German Black Forest Ham 3/4 cup sliced red onions 1 tbsp minced garlic 1-1/2 cups heavy cream …
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Germanfoods.org by Claire - 1d ago
Strawberry Punch (Erdbeerbowle) This refreshing strawberry punch is sure to become the favorite treat for your spring picnic or your barbecue party. 2 lbs strawberries 4 ounces sugar 2 lemons 1 bottle dry Riesling 1 bottle dry Sekt (German sparkling wine) lemon balm for garnish (optional) Wash the strawberries and remove the stems. Place strawberries in a bowl and cover …
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Germanfoods.org by Claire - 2d ago
Almond Stollen 2-1/4 lbs flour 3-1/2 tbsp yeast 1-1/2 cup milk 7/8 cup butter (softened) 3/4 cup sugar salt lemon peel 1-1/2 cups sweet almonds 1/4 cup bitter almonds 1 pinch cinnamon On the day before baking sift the flour into a bowl and keep warm. On baking day make a depression in the middle of the flour. Whisk the …
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Germanfoods.org by Claire - 2d ago
Raisin Stollen 2-1/4 lbs flour 3-1/2 tbsp yeast 1-1/2 cup milk 2/3 lb butter 1 cup sugar salt lemon peel 5 cups raisins 1 cup candied lemon peel 1/3 cup bitter almonds On the day before baking sift the flour into a bowl and keep warm. On baking day make a depression in the middle of the flour. Whisk the …
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Germanfoods.org by Claire - 2d ago
Butter Stollen 2-1/4 lbs flour 1/4 cup yeast 3 cups milk 14 oz butter 2/3 cup sugar Salt lemon peel 2 pinch of cinnamon 1 pinch of cloves 1 pinch of ginger On the day before baking sift the flour into a bowl and keep warm. On baking day make a depression in the middle of the flour. Whisk the …
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Mecklenburg Egg Wreath (Mecklenburger Eierkränzchen) Classic Christmas treat from Mecklenburg-Vormpommern with a sweet eggy lemon flavor. Before there were Christmas trees, which first came into fashion in mid-19th century Mecklenburg, children received their Christmas gifts in their stocking caps – today’s lavish gift-giving did not exist at that time. Children put their hats on the window sill, and the parents …
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Brandenburg Brittle Wreath (Krokantkranz) Crown-shaped, layered sponge cake with vanilla butter frosting and crunchy crushed brittle, a specialty cake from Brandenburg, Germany. 3-3/4 cup flour 1/2 tbsp baking powder 1 pinch of salt 8 tbsp butter 2/3 cup sugar 2 eggs 5 oz milk breadcrumbs for the pan For the filling: 4 tbsp vanilla pudding powder 4-1/4 cup milk 6-1/4 …

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