Top Rated German Recipes

German Beer Pizza
This fun and unique recipe for boozy German pizza comes to us courtesy of chef Tony Gemignani, co-owner of Tony's Pizza Napoletana and Tony's Coal-Fired Pizza in San Francisco. Click here to see the Oktoberfest: Beer, Brats, and 'Brezels story.
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Joanne's German Potato Salad Recipe
German potato salad is one of those multiple personality dishes — everyone seems to define it differently. I don't know what makes this potato salad "German" (incidentally neither does my Mom, whose recipe this is) but I do know what makes it taste so good. You can find the answer by following the directions below. Click here to see 9 Summer-Ready Potato Salads.
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This take on the popular German chocolate cake uses traditional items like chocolate, coconut flakes, and pecans to create a delciious dessert bread that you can easily craft at home. 
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Mimi's German Apple Cake
Growing up in rural Vermont meant that visiting friends was not always a stroll next door. I used to trek up a big hill to visit one grade school friend, but it was always well worth the trip for the camaraderie and for her German grandmother's tea cake. It was a traditional German butter cake with McIntosh apples nestled in the batter and cinnamon sugar sprinkled on top.  Mimi (my friend's grandmother) taught me that scoring apples with a fork helps ensure they will be tender by the time the cake is baked to perfection. I have adapted the recipe by sprinkling turbinado sugar over the cake; I think it adds a nice texture. The recipe only takes fifteen minutes of prep time before it  goes in the oven. 
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Serve this big, delightfully puffy pancake right from the skillet, or transfer it to a platter by running a knife around the edges and then loosening the bottom with a spatula before sliding the pancake onto a platter.
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In honor of New York Fashion Week, Royalton is offering a "fall collection" of drink specials (paired with amuse bouches) that are sure to make your fashionista giddy. 
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This hearty dish is perfect for those meat lovers. There are layers of delicious beef and other vegetables. Click here to see the 10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Make with Bisquick
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International Recipes
from Tipperary, Ireland1 1/2 pounds flank steakGerman stone ground mustard, to taste1/2 pound thick sliced bacon2 large onions, sliced1 16 ounce jar dill pickle slices2 tablespoons butter2 1/2 cups water1 cube beef bouillonCut the flank ...
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Someone from Germany posted a sauerbraten recipe which is probably more authentic than this, but ginger snaps in sauerbraten seem to be a real American tradition according to Fanny Farmer, which is where I got thisLauraSauerbratenServes: 104 lb. ...
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Sift together the flour, baking powder, sugar, salt, ground nutmeg and crushed cardamom seeds. Stir in the ground almonds. Cut the butter in with a pastry blender until the mixture resembles coarse sand. In a blender, cream the egg with the cream ...
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