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German cuisine
Cooking with Annika !

Surely you’ve heard about German cuisine classics such as Brezeln, Sauerkraut, Kartoffelsalat and Streuselkuchen… But have you ever cooked German recipes? If not, this is your chance! This winter, we are offering a series of online cooking workshops where you can discover a few delicious, comforting and easy recipes to make.


The Next Workshop

Zwiebelkuchen mit Annika © A. Wegerle

Cooking workshop | Sunday, October 17, 2021 at 11:30 am | Online
Cooking with Annika!

We're back for the fall season and we're starting it with: Zwiebelkuchen!

October is the month of "Federweißer" (sometimes also called "neuer Wein", which means "new wine") - a slightly alcoholic wine (around 5%) that’s still in the fermentation process and therefore in between the stages of grape juice and wine. And in Germany, whoever says Federweißer thinks Zwiebelkuchen (onion pie). It's a very traditional and perfect combination for the coming fall.
 
During this first workshop after the summer break, our chef Annika will show you how to prepare this autumnal German classic and shed some light on the so-called Federweißer mit Zwiebelkuchen tradition.
 


Pictures and recipes

Cooking is like music - love is the most imporant ingredient

Johanna Maier, celebrated Austrian chef

Asparagus

  • Grüner Spargel © A. Wegerle
    Green asparagus, fresh from the farm
  • Grüner Spargel © A. Wegerle
    May is all about asparagus in Germany and you’ll find this wonderful vegetable (in Germany most often in its white version) prepared in all shapes and forms: as salads & soups, with potatoes and Sauce Hollandaise, roasted, and so on.
  • Grüner Spargel © A. Wegerle
    The savory pancakes are a typical side-dish for asparagus she grew up eating. They’re often rolled with ham, but can also be enjoyed plain.
Download the recipe here (in French):

Maultaschen

  • The beginning of the Maultaschen © Annika Wegerle
    The beginning of the Maultaschen
  • The beginning of the Maultaschen © Annika Wegerle
    Also important: Flour and egg.
  • The beginning of the Maultaschen © Annika Wegerle
    And more flour and egg.
  • The beginning of the Maultaschen © Annika Wegerle
    And they're done: Maultaschen (in a bowl)
  • The beginning of the Maultaschen © Annika Wegerle
    ..and on a plate.
Download the recipes here:

Mohnstreuselkuchen

 

  • Auf dem Blech © A. Wegerle
    Poppy seed crumble cake on the tray
  • Zutaten zum Mohnstreuselkuchen © A. Wegerle
    Ingredients for the Mohnstreuselkuchen
  • Zutaten zum Mohnstreuselkuchen © A. Wegerle
    The most important ingredient for the Mohnstreuselkuchen
  • On a plate © A. Wegerle
    Poppy seed crumble cake on a plate
Download the recipe here:

Flammkuchen

 

  • Zutaten #1 © A. Wegerle
    A handful of ingredients
  • Zutaten #1 © A. Wegerle
    The dough (ideally)
  • Resultat #1 © A. Wegerle
    Vegetarian Flammkuchen
  • Resultat #2 © A. Wegerle
    Flammkuchen with Speck
Download the recipe here:

Potato salad


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