3 versions of German pancakes — the plain basic recipe, which is slightly sweet and can be topped with fresh fruit, nuts, Nutella, whipped cream, liquor, jam, butter and lemon, or whatever you prefer or just be eaten plain, the apple pancake version incorporating thin apple slices, and a savory version with horseraddish sauce, lettuce and smoked salmon. The first version is the most popular in Germany and it‘s usually eaten for lunch.
Random person‘s recipes for popular German beverages. 13 mins, in English.
Random person’s recipe for Käsespätzle. This is a less doughy, somewhat lighter version using a milk/sparkling water mix instead of just eggs and flour. Bacon is not traditional with it, neither is mozzarella (it should be Emmenthaler cheese ir Bergkäse / Butterkäse, but she lives in Texas so I guess it‘s hard to find. Either way, these are tasty — just use your cheese of choice.
19 minutes, in Englush.
Random person’s delicious meatless cheesy mushroom recipe.
Random person‘s recipe for a tasty summer salad with tuna and avocado.
Senfsauce selber machen — Homemade Mustard Sauce, as served with Eggs, Potatoes and Trout
Rinderrouladen wie bei Oma — beef rolls, a traditional German Sunday dish.