German Recipes (Most Popular)1891 results - showing 51 to 60
This is a great comfort food that serves a lot and won't put a huge dent in your daily calories. It's great on a cold snowy day and also good to put in before you leave for work in the morning. Dinner is ready when you walk in the door that night! Submitted by NEWME841
A crispy fried meatball, filled with cream cheese and sausage. Tasty and rich, this is Grandma's recipe made lighter. Submitted by SLCCOLE
I'm calling these "European" Pancakes as opposed to the ones i have come to know as American Pancakes, because mine are thin and about 8" in diameter, instead of small, thick and fluffy.
They are known all over Europe, the French call them Crepe, the Dutch Pannenkoeken and the Austrians and Czech Palatschinken.
They can be sweet or hearty - i add apple slices for my favourites.Submitted by BINEMELLES
A hearty, easy dish nice to come home to on a cold day.Submitted by CHELSEYWOL
This Cake was made without any butter. I used none fat sour cream as a substitute. The plums can be replaced with any of your favorite fruits such as peaches, apples, cherries and prunes. Try this with a spoon full of none dairy whipping cream and you will be in heaven.
Submitted by MMYRD2000
(Recipe reconstructed and adapted from Hildegard's circa 1157 treatise Physica: Liber Simplicis Medicinæ ) These biscuits were first made over 900 years ago by the Christian saint, Hildegard of Bingen. She said that these spice biscuits should be taken t regular intervals to increase joy and positivity! I like to substitute half of the plain flour with spelt flour, and use all organic ingredients.
Submitted by SNOGUM