Get into the German spirit with the best Oktoberfest stew. The rich flavors of this hearty dish make it a delicious way to celebrate fall. Pop it in the slow cooker in the morning, and dinner will be ready to put on the table when you get home. Find out why beer isn’t just for drinking and get the recipe now on Foodal.
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.
When it comes to homemade white pizza, this Alsatian version is the most delicious of all. Made with a tasty combination of French and German flavors, Flammenkeuche is a gloriously cheesy creation featuring bacon, potato, and onion. It’s totally droolworthy! Get the recipe now and pair it with a crisp pilsner. Prost!
Oktoberfest is the time of year to raise a glass of beer and chow down on kartoffelpuffer, also known as German potato pancakes. Crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, this recipe is full of starchy goodness. Pair it with sour cream and chives or applesauce for the best golden snack ever. Get the recipe now.
Forget reaching for the same old mayonnaise-covered spuds and shake things up with this oil and vinegar potato salad. Served warm and filled with rich and hearty flavors, this is the perfect side dish to make for your next barbecue gathering if you’re looking for something a little different. Get the recipe now.
Cozy up with a warm mug of Mulled Apfelwein Bowle for something truly special. A combination of hard cider, spiced apple cider, brandy-soaked fruit, and warming spices make this autumn-themed punch comfort in a glass. It’ll be a hit at your next Oktoberfest or Halloween party. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
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.