Category: German

Marble Cake

Marble Cake IĀ  usually bake this German cake for our “Kaffeeklatsch” (a small gathering with coffee/tea and cakes) with my neighbours. It has been a favorite among adults and children šŸ˜‰ Marble cake (german: Marmorkuchen) is one of famous cakes in Germany. It is white batter cake with chocolate-batter swirl (marble-like) in the middle. We Read More …

Schupfnudeln (German Finger-Noodles)

Schupfnudeln (German Finger Noodles) Schupfnudeln is also called “finger noodles”, maybe because it looks like fingers. But I like to call it as “German version gnocchi”Ā  because they have actually the same ingredients and process. My daughter really like them, because she sometime get them for lunch at school. Schupfnudeln could be enjoyed in two Read More …

Vanillekipferl (German Cresent-Shaped Vanilla Cookies)

Vanillekipferl (German Crescent-Shaped Vanilla Cookies) It’s time for Christmas baking! It’s a tradition to bake cookies during advent in European countries especially in Germany, because people like to give their homemade cookies as christmas gift. Vanillekipferl is one of popular cookies in Germany during Christmas season. We can find them in every bakery or supermarket. Read More …

Schnitzel with SpƤtzle and Cream Mushroom Sauce

Schnitzel with SpƤtzle and Cream Mushroom SauceA great combination of German dishes, spƤtzle (egg noodles), schnitzel (breaded pan-fried meat cutlet) and the cream mushroom sauce. Schnitzel with SpƤtzle and Cream Mushroom SauceServe : 4Ingredients :Schnitzel :500 gr pork loin, slice into 4 schnitzel (can be substituted with chicken breast or veal)some all purpose flour1 egg, Read More …

SpƤtzle (German Egg Noodles)

SpƤtzle (German Egg Noodles)This is a typical German noodles, comes originally from Schwaben (a region in south Germany) and also popular in Austria and Switzerland. To make this, we need a “spƤtzle maker”. There are some kind of pƤtzle maker : spƤtzle presser (it could be used for making potato puree), a lid and scraper Read More …

Bauernpfanne (German Farm Style Roasted Potatoes)

Bauernpfanne (German Farm Style Roasted Potatoes)I knew this dish when I was in Eurobike last year in Friedrichshafen. I ate in their food court and was drooling by something in a big pan. I asked the woman to get me a portion then I’ve finally known that it’s called “Bauernpfanne”.In German language, “Bauern” means farmers Read More …

Kartoffelsalat (German Potato Salad)

Kartoffelsalat (German Potato Salad) When I visit German restaurants, I would like to choose a dish contains potatoes instead of spƤtzle. And when I have to choose french fries or potato salad, I would choose potato salad, because (southern) German potato salad is extraordinary! It’s served warm, the dressing is cooked, tastes sour and I Read More …

Wurstsalat (German Sausage Salad)

Wurstsalat (German Sausage Salad)This is for all meat lovers, “Wurstsalat” is a very common appetizer in German food culture. It could beĀ  varied with cucumber, cheese or another ingredients. This time I made using sausage slices (Bierwurst or Lyoner are good), cucumber pickles in sweet mayonnaise dressing. It’s so simple but tasty, even my daughter Read More …