German Beef/Pork Recipes (Most Popular)

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Pork Schnitzel

Good  3.0/5
(1 rating)
Pork Schnitzel

Submitted by NICOLES0305
Wiener Snizel

Good  3.0/5
(1 rating)
Wiener Snizel

And old German Favorite!!

Submitted by NIKOLEAN_2
meat ball with cheese core

Good  3.0/5
(1 rating)
meat ball with cheese core

old meat ball recipe as taught by my mother

Submitted by LUISE2512
Homemade Hamburgers

Good  3.0/5
(1 rating)
Homemade Hamburgers

1/3 C [uncooked] hamburgers that are tasty and easy to make.

Submitted by SVALLIE
Sauerbraten-Style Meatloaf

O.K.  2.0/5
(1 rating)
Sauerbraten-Style Meatloaf

Nutrition facts given on the website are slightly different than the recipe calculator. Here's what it gives:
Calories 299, Total fat 17 g, Saturated Fat 7 g, Cholesterol 111 mg, Sodium 734 mg, Carbohydrates 15 g, Fiber 1 g, Protein 18 g

Submitted by KCFLUTES
Dutch Oven Pork and Sauerkraut
Dutch Oven Pork and Sauerkraut

Great as a side dish or a main course.

Submitted by LUVMYNOVA
Linsensuppe
Linsensuppe

German lentil and frankfurter soup. My adaptation of Recipezaar #256481.
Quite hearty, makes 10 servings of approx 500g (or ~ 2 cups)

Submitted by PHRASER
Crock Pot Chuck Roast - Hungarian Goulash Style
Crock Pot Chuck Roast - Hungarian Goulash Style

A yummy combo of flavors to change up a typical beef roast.

Submitted by ELLIE_BE
Beef Strogaoff
Beef Strogaoff

Some things you just don't want to mess with too much.

Submitted by JMW65483
Sweet Cabbage Rolls
Sweet Cabbage Rolls

I love cabbage rolls, but I've created this recipe and it far surpasses any others I've ever had. With just a hint of sweetness, these are sure to make you want seconds. To add a bit more flavor, I sometimes add a can or two of diced tomatoes, but that isn't included in the nutritional information.

Submitted by LYBERTEE
Austrian Rindsgulasch (Beef Goulash)
Austrian Rindsgulasch (Beef Goulash)

Authentic Austrian Beef Goulash!

Submitted by RUGGER1869
Serbische Reisfleich
Serbische Reisfleich

This is my take on a popular dish from SE Europe. It's pretty simple and makes enough for a family of 4-6.

Submitted by RUGGER1869
Crock Pot Cabbage Rolls
Crock Pot Cabbage Rolls

Paleo style cabbage rolls

Submitted by CHELLE3099
Beef Stroganoff
Beef Stroganoff

Love this recipe. Easy to make, delicious, unlimited amt. of variations...

Submitted by BEACHLOVER25
Stuffed Cabbage
Stuffed Cabbage

This is my Jewish families recipe for Stuffed Cabbage

Submitted by LESLIEH1967
shoemaker's pot
shoemaker's pot

german style pork and vegetable stew

Submitted by LAOIGHSE
Saussage goulash
Saussage goulash

The pork sausage used here is the same you would use on a sandwich. Just have it cut into 0.5 inch thick slices.

Submitted by ANGELICA254
Pork snichzel
Pork snichzel

Tasty and quick, add salad or potatoes

Submitted by JOANPP
Meatballs a la Koenigsberg
Meatballs a la Koenigsberg

A traditional german recipe that originates from the east prussian cuisine.

Submitted by BINEMELLES
Running Buddies' Cabbage Rolls
Running Buddies' Cabbage Rolls

Once a month the ladies I run with get together to do some bigger-batch, healthy cooking of food that we can share. This recipe has less fat and less sugar than most we found. Freeze some, unbaked, in foil pans for quick meals later.

Submitted by PRAIRIEDAWNPAM
Hearty Pork, Leek and Barley Stew
Hearty Pork, Leek and Barley Stew

Very filling. Use leftover pork loins.

Submitted by PRAIRIEDAWNPAM
Linda's Pork Chop Crock Pot Casserole
Linda's Pork Chop Crock Pot Casserole

Using up some ingredients in the refrigerator such as wine and fresh sage. This is a lower fat, lower carb than an old recipe. My updated version of an old family favorite that had cream of mushroom soup. I will probably only eat half of a serving and save pork, as they are big chops, to slice over a salad tomorrow.

Submitted by 60SIXTY
Pam's Cabbage Rolls
Pam's Cabbage Rolls

Delicious Cabbage Rolls

Submitted by PHORSLEY
Jaegerschnitzel
Jaegerschnitzel

This recipe can also be found on the web site:
www.allrecipes.com

This is a very tasty German dish that many of us soldiers ate in Germany and in the home. It's very delicious. I have made a few changes to it to bring it down in calories, not taste.

Submitted by VIAJANDODAWN
Falscher Hase   ( false rabbit )
Falscher Hase ( false rabbit )

SGC's version of the typical haus Frau's " False Rabbit "...German Meatloaf. Very filling- serve up with a dark rye or pumpernickel bread, sauerkraut & strong coffee!

Submitted by SMOKINGRILLCAFE
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