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German recipes: Tasting our new home

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In trying to get a proper feel of our new environment, we determined to consume as much authenticity as we could. By that, I mean literally sticking to authentically German menus where possible. I must say, living in Bonn, I’m finding that it’s not the easiest thing to do. Apart from great pubs/bars, the majority of restaurants we see around us are either Italian or French. I’ll have to resort to trying out some German recipes at home myself.

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See below for links to some of the recipes I’ll be following over the coming months.

  1. Swabian Spaetzle
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  2. Easy Pudding Brezel
  3. Holiday friendly cinnamon star cookies
  4. Instant pot sauerbraten
  5. Butter shortbread cookies
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  6. Potato salad
  7. Oven-baked pancakes
  8. Apple cake
  9. Kaiserschmarrn
  10. Vegan Bavarian potato salad
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  11. Schnitzel with mushrooms
  12. Pork & sauerkraut
  13. Pumpkin spice hot chocolate
  14. Bavarian pork schnitzel
  15. Potato pancakes
    German recipes Potato Pancakes
  16. Air fried chicken schnitzel
  17. Orange mulled wine
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  18. Peach kuchen
  19. Plum cake
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  20. Pork roast
  21. Rouladen
  22. Sweet & Sour lentils
  23. Solyanka
  24. Christmas cake
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If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you’ll know I love anything time-saving. When it comes to cooking though, I don’t mind having to put a bit more time in. However, I’d still rather deal with simpler recipes.

Have you got any German go-to recipes that are extremely easy to prepare?

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3 thoughts on “German recipes: Tasting our new home”

  1. I can’t wait to try some of these recipes. Look delicious!

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