Recipes (english)

Berlin Recipes

In Berlin, cooking is traditionally simple and down-to-earth, and the dishes taste hearty. Typical agricultural ingredients are processed, such as potatoes, carrots, beans, turnips, lentils or peas. Beyond Berlin, traditional dishes such as meatballs and Berlin liver with apple rings, onions and mashed potatoes or sauerkraut with pea puree are particularly well known. Pork meat such as the knuckle of pork is often served with it. The Hoppelpoppel dish, for example, is a typical leftover meal prepared from the "poply" remains of roast meat, potatoes and eggs in a pan. A glass of beer, the so-called Molle, goes particularly well with the hearty meals. This is usually a light Pils from one of the Berlin breweries. If you order a Molle with stripper, you get a glass of grain with your beer. In the summer months the well-known light wheat beer is brewed, the so-called Berliner Weiße, which is also flavoured with a dash of raspberry syrup or Waldmeister syrup and tastes very refreshing when well chilled. Berliner Weiße with a shot is drunk from special glass cups. But also fine dishes are prepared, such as the light refreshing dessert Berliner Luft. For breakfast or dinner in Berlin you can buy the typical longish wheat rolls with a long notch, the ribs, or the dark angular rye rolls Berliner Schusterjungen.

Beef bouillon with eggs stitch
Beef bouillon with eggs stitch Beef bouillon with egg stitch is a classic among the clear soups, which tastes particularly strong. Soups vegetables clean and half of it for the beef bouillon in coarse cubes cut. ...
Berlin cobbler boys bread roll
Berlin cobbler boys bread roll Berliner Schusterjungen are hearty rye rolls. Mix rye flour, wheat flour and salt. ...
Berlin Curry Sausage
Berlin Curry Sausage Berliner Curry Wurst is originally prepared with Curry Wurst without gut. Since we do not live in Berlin, we have used a normal curry sausage with intestine. ...
Berlin false hare meat loaf
Berlin false hare meat loaf Berliner Falscher Hase meat loaf becomes particularly loose and tastes very juicy due to the mixture of tender tartar and juicy meat. Preheat baking oven to 225° C. ...
Berlin goulash soup
Berlin goulash soup This Berlin goulash soup tastes slightly hot with a fine sour aroma. Cut the goulash into small cubes. ...
Berlin knuckle of pork, sauerkraut, pea puree
Berlin knuckle of pork, sauerkraut, pea puree is a classic hearty dish. Pour the dried peas into a pot, cover with 1/2 litre of water and soak overnight. ...
Berlin liver
Berlin liver is served with apple rings, onions and mashed potatoes. Boil the salt potatoes. ...
Berlin pancake
Berlin pancake s taste best freshly baked from the deep fryer. Dissolve yeast in lukewarm milk. ...
Berlin peas soup with bock sausage
Berlin peas soup with bock sausage is a hearty soup that satiates well. Pour the dried peas into a saucepan, cover well with cold water and leave to swell overnight. ...

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