Traditional recipes

German Recipes

German Recipes

Sauerkraut and pork—is that what comes to mind first when you think of German food? It’s hearty food that fills you up, but it’s more than that! Dutch baby pancakes make for a great dinner (or breakfast), and break out the brats and beer dip for your next game day!

All German Recipes

  • Sweet and Sour German Red Cabbage

    47 min

    Gluten-Free, Vegetarian

    This sweet-and-sour red cabbage makes an easy side dish for any German meal. Just four ingredients and ready 30 minutes! Great with sausages or pork chops.

  • Hank Shaw

    Spritz Cookies

    Spritz cookies are a classic Christmas cookie! With roots in Germany and Scandinavia, they're a simple butter cookie pressed into festive shapes and topped with all sorts of garnishes.

  • Elise Bauer

    Pork Schnitzel

    Pork Schnitzel! An authentic schnitzel - thinly pounded breaded pork cutlets, browned and served with a creamy dill sauce.

  • Stephanie Stiavetti

    Dutch Baby

    Dutch Baby, also known as German pancake. Made with a batter of flour, eggs, sugar, butter, milk, cooked in the oven. Puffs up like Yorkshire pudding.

  • Hank Shaw

    Venison Sauerbraten

    A classic German pot roast: Venison or beef marinated and then braised in a rich sauce that's finished with crushed ginger snaps.

  • Elise Bauer

    German Pork Burger

    Juicy burger made with ground pork, seasoned with caraway seeds, juniper berries, pepper and sour cream, topped with mustard and sauerkraut.

  • Sally Vargas

    Stollen

    German Stollen is a rich, buttery bread packed with almonds, citrus peel, and rum-soaked raisins and dried fruit and typically enjoyed around Christmas time. The bread can be made weeks ahead of time and just gets better with each passing day. This makes it perfect to give as gifts or to bring as hostess gifts for parties.

Watch the video: Irish Cream Chocolate Cheesecake. Sahnelikör Käsekuchen (October 2020).