German Recipes (Most Popular)1733 results - showing 1591 to 1600
I found this in a Taste of Home magazine and used turkey sausage and less brown sugar. It's really tasty! I think some sliced potatoes would be good with it, too. (not in the nutritional info)Submitted by RUMBAMEL
This is a sauce made with spinach that is great over mashed potatoes instead of gravy!Submitted by JULIET6NINE
When I visited Frankfurt a few years ago I fell in love with the local "green sauce" and ate it just about every day I was there, served with bratkartoffeln and hard-boiled eggs. Traditionally this sauce is made with equal quantities of seven herbs: parsley, chives, borage, chervil, watercress, sorrel and salad burnet. I try to get as many of these as I can, but most weeks we make do with the poor pleb's version using parsley, frozen spinach and spring onion as staples. If I have other interesting fresh greens I try them too - this week I added some Asian greens that I found at the market, not at all authentic but they passed the test of my (now-fading) taste memories of those glorious meals in Frankfurt. Submitted by NOMEDEPLUME
This is a delious hearty cabbage soup that is big on taste, low on calories!Submitted by APESYIE
We had a guest from Germany who baked this cake for us. It has no flour and it melst in your mouth. Submitted by ZENALIA
My kids weren't sure what these were so I decided to make them. Who wouldn't love cheesy potatoes?! Enjoy!Submitted by RUMBAMEL
This is a fairly rich dish, but we love it for Easter or Summer picnics. Good fats are substituted for mayo.
I get raves every time I serve it! This makes a large bowl, enough to serve a group!!
You can cut this recipe down to serve a smaller family. It's almost impossible to mess this up - just taste as you go and adjust the seasonings.
This will keep in the fridge for several days. For best flavor, bring to room temperature before serving.Submitted by HARISHABAD