German Vegetarian Meals Recipes (Most Popular)
My father's grandparents on both sides were from Austria and he grew up with many traditional German and Austrian dishes and a love for cooked cabbage in various forms. This love he passed on to me and I'm delighted to present his sweet and sour red cabbage recipe.Submitted by KFCOOKE
This has no eggs or mayo so is great for picnics and cookouts since it doesn't have to be refrigerated. We make it the day before to really meld the flavor. Great-Grandfather Bornkessel, a waiter, brought this recipe with him when he left Germany, worked in Switzerland then came to USA. Super high in potassium if you are restricted be careful.Submitted by DAKOTATURTLE
This is from the website hellyeahitsvegan.com. Check it out. She has some really incredible recipes.
Nutritional info is figured on six bratwursts.
This is an exceptional recipe if you're looking for high protein, low fat. This and sauerkraut for your carb makes an awesome mini-meal or snack. Or for a bigger meal you could put it on a whole-wheat bun for your carb and sauerkraut for your veg.
These German pancakes come from my great great grandmother in Germany. It doesn't get any better than this! If you are using an iron skillet for this, then use Crisco to grease the skillet in between each pancake. If you have a German friend that can show you how to make these, then it's easier to learn when you see it done.
Yield: 15-20 pancakes, double or triple the recipe as necessary!
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
German comfort foodSubmitted by CD7056031
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.)