German Recipes (Most Popular)
A recipe from http://www.grouprecipes.com/5941/grandmas-
german-cheesecake.html# (I have completely copied the ingredients, except for the added fruit on top). Very similar to the one my mother-in-law makes, but even lighter. Compared to North American cheesecake, this one has a lighter taste and much, much less fat and calories! Sprinkle with seasonal fruit.
Extremely tasty, & were devoured by everyone! However, high in calroies (125 kcal/cookie).Submitted by HAKAPES
McCormick® Swedish Meatballs Mix contains all you'll need for delicious Swedish Meatballs in one convenient dual pack! Just add meat! McCormick® makes preparing Swedish Meatballs easy, with seasoning mix for the meatballs on the left of the package and sauce mix on the right. Trust McCormick® Swedish Meatballs Mix for skillfully blended seasonings and a creamy sauce that makes a great appetizer or main dish for the whole family.Submitted by JBERG620
This is a traditional Vulga German recipe handed down through my mother in law's family. It's boiled potato with egg-noodle dumplings. Simple, basic, and dirt cheap to make. Enjoy.Submitted by KATROZZI
Boil the potatoes (with skins on) and the eggs until done. While the potatoes and eggs are cooking you can dice up the celery and onion into a fairly large bowl. Let the potatoes and eggs cool, then dice them up as well into the same bowl with the celery and onions. You can leave the skins on the potato if you like. Once everything is chopped you can mix it up with a 1/2 cup of miracle whip and a 1/2 cup of light mayo. Mix everything together and salt and pepper to taste. Lastly, add the vinegar and stir thoroughly and refrigerate until cool. I like mine very tangy so I put more vinegar depending on taste.Submitted by CORTNEY_NAMASTE
For my husband's birthday I wanted to do something special. He loves German food so I made sausage, perogies and this recipe for sweet & sour cabbage (which I found on RecipeZarr).
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This recipe is so old it could be considered "antique." It was my grandmother's recipe. When I prepared it, I was an adult but it definitely rang childhood memory bells. I did remember this delicious taste. My grandmother wrote out this recipe as I am reproducing it and on the recipe she noted that this dish is good with roast pork or pork chops, dumplings and applesauce. An excellent meal from Central Europe! (Bread dumplings are now available in the freezer section of the supermarket.)