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German Sweet Milk Soup with Pasta – Milchnudeln

If you have kids and you have never tried this recipe, don’t wait any longer. Your kids are going to love this meal. Traditionally, this soup is eaten as a main dish for lunch or dinner. It is very filling but I can imagine this as a sweet side dish or maybe dessert. Milchnudeln are [...]

Finnish Carrot Casserole

This Scandinavian casserole makes a delicious side dish or even main dish. It is slightly sweet, a little bit custard like, and it has a light feeling to it. However, due to the rice and custard, this dish is also relatively filling. This casserole is very easy to prepare, especially if you have a food processor to grate [...]

German chilled Cherry Soup with sweet Dumplings

Growing up, I always wanted to spend some time with my grandparents during school vacations. When I was elementary school age I started to take the train by myself to get to my grandparents town. My grandpa would pick me up from the train station. I cherished these times with my late grandparents. My grandfather, a very [...]

Kürbisauflauf – German Pumpkin Casserole

This is a delicious, sweet main dish.  It contains pumpkin, potatoes, and apples.  This combination might sound a little strange but believe me it makes a wonderful dish.  Even though it is a sweet meal, it is not overly sweet and I love that.  I miss German food because it isn’t overly sweet.  Here in the U.S., I have gotten into the habit [...]

Eierkuchen – German Pancakes

These German pancakes have different names in Germany.  In the North, we call them Eierkuchen (egg cakes) but in other regions they might be called Pfannkuchen (pancakes), Eierpfannkuchen (egg pancakes) and other names. I love them. They are quick and easy to make and you can differ the toppings to your liking. Ingredients  300 g [...]

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