Twist Yourself Into Some Homemade German Pretzels

A close up of a traditional German lye pretzel centered in the frame with a cutting board and a stick of butter in the background. A red cherry tomato sits to the lower left.

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

Centered and slightly oblique view of German Swabian Spaetzle recipe centered on wooden table top.

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

Top down view of an round German onion tart on a wooden serving board with a slice removed.

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.