German cuisine
Cooking with Annika !

Cooking with Annika! © Tobias Schrank, Photo: A. Wegerle

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


Maultaschen Images

  • 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.

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

  • Potato salad © Flaminia Vincenti

    Potato salad with Annika

  • Potato salad © Flaminia Vincenti

    Potato salad with Annika

  • Potato salad © Flaminia Vincenti

    Potato salad with Annika

  • Potato salad © Flaminia Vincenti

    The ingredients


Download the recipe here:

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