Twist Yourself Into Some Homemade German Pretzels

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In Germany, pretzels are an incredibly diverse treat that can be made to suit different tastes – from the salty soft pretzel with caraway seeds on top to the sweet Martinsbreze, or even a custard filled version known as a Puddingbrezel. Learn how to make your own German-style soft pretzels at home now with our tasty recipe.

Don’t Call It Pasta: Original Swabian Spaetzle

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Have you heard about Swabian spaetzle? It’s a German noodle that can be adapted for many different recipes and tastes. Boiled, then pan fried and topped with some sautéed onions and a little cheese, it makes a downright delectable meal. Read more and get the recipe now on Foodal.

Savory German Onion Tart: A Comfort Food Classic

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This classic German onion tart is the perfect dish for a cozy night in when it’s cold outside. And served with a green salad or some veggies, it makes a delightful choice for lunch or dinner throughout the year. Enjoy the savory and delicious combination of onions, bacon, and creme fraiche in every slice.

How to Store and Organize Your Tea Varieties at Home

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What’s your favorite kind of tea? Whether it’s black or green, fruity or herbal, freshness equals delicious flavor. Learn about proper tea storage from the experts at Foodal. Discover five useful ideas for organizing varieties, and a host of helpful tips for creating the perfect cup of tea. Read more now.

Heavenly Cream Puffs Are the Perfect Party Treat!

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Need something special to serve for dessert? We have the perfect recipe for you! This classic French pastry is made from a unique dough translated as “cabbage paste.” When baked, it becomes light, crispy, and airy. Filled with sweetened whipped cream, sprinkled with powdered sugar, and served with berries, it’s absolutely divine. Read more on Foodal to get this heavenly party treat.

Colorful Treats on the Table: German-Style “Amerikaner” Cookie Cakes

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Would you like to bake something new today? Try out this sweet German specialty that consists of a fluffy texture like a sponge cake, but has the size of a large cookie! Topped with lemon icing, chocolate glaze or fancy sweets, these good-looking treats will make a great impression for your next party, birthday, or afternoon coffee. Find the recipe on Foodal.