German Recipe Roundup

November 5, 2018 (Last Updated: May 17, 2019) - As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

We are starting off our Knoephla Soup series and one of the things I like to do for each item I cover is look at what my friends and people I admire are doing. Since we are starting with some German heritage, I thought it would be fun to explore other German recipes. I found some familiar tasty recipes (KUCHEN!) and some new ones along the way. I found a group of six great German recipes for us to read and explore. Yes, I want you to stay on Ramshackle Pantry and find great recipes here, but make sure to check out some of these great German Recipes.

Paleo German Potato Salad from Paleoish Krista

In this article, Krista discusses whether potatoes are paleo or not. To be honest, I don’t care. lol. This potato salad really looks good and is one that can be served hot or cold. Krista is PaleoISH… so even if it isn’t 100% paleo, I know Krista is making good food. This looks great and check out her potato salad.

Rieslingsabayon from Tara’s Multicultural Table

This recipe intrigues me and is completely new. I have to try this. This alcoholic dessert is actually Italian in origin, but she uses a German wine to bring a bit of German flair. This is an alcoholic light custard and I love the idea of it. Tara lived in Germany and I have definitely checked her recipes out in the past. I suggest you do the same. This recipe falls right in line with the wonderful food she brings to the table!

German Pan Fried Trout from Burrata And Bubbles

I have very little experience cooking whole fish. As a midwesterner, we tend to catch our Walleye or Northern Pike and fillet them out. I really am interested in expanding my pescatarian horizons and this recipe looks awesome. One thing I love about Amanda’s blog is that she pairs drinks with meals. I love beer, so this is totally my jam. Amanda lives in one of the beer mecca’s of the world, so perhaps I should go visit and she can show me how it is done. This post she pairs with a beer and makes with a butter beer sauce. Check it out!

German Strawberry Cake from Sprinkles By Stacey

KUCHEN!! This is a popular dessert in the region I live in and this looks so delicious. Stacey really has some clear and great instruction photos that are worth admiring by themselves. She takes the time to really show how to cook the item. And at the end, you get to eat some delicious German cake. Yum.

Chocolate Hazelnut Honey Crescent Rolls from The Delicious Crescent

We are keeping in the vein of sweets with these nice crescent rolls. I love the flavor combination and I can just imagine this being included in a breakfast spread in a German B&B. These are some beautiful looking rolls and a wonderful looking snack.

Apfel Kasekuchen from No Recipes

First, Marc mentions Deep Space 9, so that already is a win in my book. I am a bit of a Science Fiction nerd, so when cooking can be combined with fun sci-fi mentions, I always like it. Additionally, this dessert looks so tasty. It is a cheesecake in the vein of German tradition and slightly different than the cheesecake I am used to. Ultimately, this is a cake I want to eat. I am going to make this one. For sure.

Really, this group of recipes is getting my cooking inspiration going. So many good flavors going on here and such a good group of recipes. Take some time to check out all of my fellow food blogger’s recipes and thanks for spending some time with me. If you are looking for other German recipes, visit Recipe Lion where there are many traditional German recipes! Make sure to follow me on Instagram and sign up to get updates via email.


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    Jeff the Chef
    November 6, 2018 at 4:33 am

    Wow, these are some really goodlooking recipes. Thanks for pulling them together!

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    November 11, 2018 at 6:28 am

    They all look great. And I didn’t know that German had their own version of zabaione made with Riesling. Sounds very nice.

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