German Recipes (Most Popular)1918 results - showing 1661 to 1670
simple cabbage stew, cabbage is very high in vitamin C, when concentrated and boiled down into a stew, Submitted by SIMPLESIMONS
From Kay's Kitchen
If you've had the pleasure of being stationed in Europe, you might have fallen in love with these popular rolls available in European commissary bakeries. Now, when you're itching for kurbiskern brotchen it can be as close as your very own kitchen. Even though the list of ingredients and the directions are long, these are not hard to make, and believe me your efforts will be greatly rewarded. If you are new to bread baking, cut the recipe in half – this is a moist and tacky dough that will be easier to manage in a smaller portion.
Submitted by SULLYSWIFE
Trying this for the first time myself.
Exchanges Fruit 1, Vegetable 2Submitted by NEXTYEAR
Scandinavian cheese dumpling. I'll claim it for the Germans since it was a tradition in my home.Submitted by DEBRAMATHAE
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