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Cooking German Food Americans Have Never Heard Of!

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I didn't really think I would ever say this but I miss German food!! And honestly, most Americans will think of Schnitzel and Pretzels when they think of German food but there's SO MUCH MORE!! While Germany isn't necessarily world-renowned for its cuisine like some other countries, the food is delicious and worth knowing. Join me as I spend a WHOLE DAY cooking and eating some yummy German dishes that I bet you most Americans have never heard of!
Hi! I'm Kelly and I am an American who lived in Germany for 18 wonderful months. While I lived abroad before in Turkey and had done quite a bit of traveling beforehand, those 18 months in Germany definitely broadened my perspective of Germany, Europe, and even the US in so many different ways! I wanted to share my perceptions with you guys through DE-vid so that maybe you can gain context to things you've heard about, or learn new information or a different perspective, or maybe this is everything you've heard before and further confirms your world view. No matter what the reason, I hope that you enjoy my videos! Don't forget to subscribe to my channel and turn on notifications so that you always know when I'm posting new content :)
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Janek König
Janek König Vor 4 Tage
I saw it today the first time it’s a really good idea 💡
Ingenero Germanico
Interesting! One observation is that you fumble with your hair quite often. (Too often methinks) Perhaps tying your hair to the back avoids getting it in the way and makes sure it does not end up where it doesn't belong. All the time I fear for the hair endng up in the food. But you have to eat it, hehe! A professional cook would wear a cap with all hair covered. No offense meant but that's just my feeling when I watch U.
Mr. 99
Mr. 99 Vor 8 Tage
My favourite meal is Käsespätzle, i think this is much more german as gulash. Iknow the austrias claim it as here meal, but the austrias (Schluchtenscheißer xD) are also just germans (with to thin air).
Mr. 99
Mr. 99 Vor 8 Tage
Hay, we in germany eat the Maultaschen in a soup, but nice to hear that it taste good ^^
Kira M.
Kira M. Vor 11 Tage
I love Apfelschorle so much ❤ Everytime when I am traveling, I really miss it. That's why I mix it myself then 😂😂
Audicula
Audicula Vor 11 Tage
Your keen interest in Germany/Europe/outside the US is very refreshing for an American. I love your videos!
Brad Rigsby
Brad Rigsby Vor 12 Tage
And let's go to one of the most expensive groc stores in US!
30chrismuc
30chrismuc Vor 13 Tage
Maultaschen 😋😋😋🤗 Kaiserschmarren 😋😋😋😋 Let the Sugar caramelize in the Pan and add a Little Brown Butter Looks so tasty 😋😋❤️❤️
Bla Fasel
Bla Fasel Vor 13 Tage
Apfelschorle is so ubiquitous in Germany that the Coca Cola Company felt obligated to feature one in their lineup of beverages. It's called "Lift".
30chrismuc
30chrismuc Vor 13 Tage
Bla Fasel and Tastes like shit
Walde mar
Walde mar Vor 13 Tage
Do you know what a spätzle scraper is?
Walde mar
Walde mar Vor 13 Tage
Do not worry with us, every third ordered a Kaiserschmarrn
Walde mar
Walde mar Vor 13 Tage
I live in Swabia. Do you really want to know what mistakes you made? Otherwise my effort is too bad!
Sandra Lipps
Sandra Lipps Vor 14 Tage
You need to close the lid while simmering the Gulasch, make a bis differenz for having a Birger amount of sauce.
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor 15 Tage
tons of recipes spätzle rezept mit milch
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor 15 Tage
www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&ei=C_moXJLHGr-Ak74PnYaH-AI&q=sp%C3%A4tzle+rezept+milch&oq=sp%C3%A4tzle+rezept+milch&gs_l=psy-ab.3...6853.8683..9062...0.0..0.91.518.6......0....1..gws-wiz.......0i71j0.726_hw3KEm8
daniela galic
daniela galic Vor 15 Tage
Kudos to making your own Spätzle and Maultaschen! Great job
123 123
123 123 Vor 16 Tage
Why the hell is food so expansiv in the US. Arent you a first world county?!
Brad Rigsby
Brad Rigsby Vor 12 Tage
Food is not that expensive here. She lives in high cost area and went to one of the most costly stores. It was ridiculous
Hans Goldammer
Hans Goldammer Vor 17 Tage
5:06 Für diesen Teller, erstmal Daumen hoch! :D
Pat McTallica
Pat McTallica Vor 17 Tage
Dear Us American. Austrian, Czech and Hungerian kitchen is very much better. If I go for recipe, I only go on www. sites xxx.at
LeftofLife
LeftofLife Vor 17 Tage
Thank you for this video. It's very informative. But next time you should try not to soak the bread in water. Better use milk instead of water. This way it's way more tasty. That's how I learned it :-)
Kupferonkel
Kupferonkel Vor 18 Tage
The Maultaschen are looking great! I fry them after cutting them in pieces -> more brown surface! Add some potato salad, goes fine with it. They are also great to freeze for later. My mom always got some in our freezer.
OrdericNeustry
OrdericNeustry Vor 19 Tage
When I make goulash, I usually put the onions in first and heat them until they are brown. I also use the same weight of onions as meat.
Raimund Wessinger
Raimund Wessinger Vor 19 Tage
die schbäzzlen senn awwor ziemlich badisch, weil-se se ned nei-schärrt, sondern midm Hobbl gloine Gnebbflen macht.....badisch halt. .......was koi Schann sich.... :-) awwor halt koi Schbäzzle.
Raimund Wessinger
Raimund Wessinger Vor 19 Tage
her american pronunciation of "Schbäzzle" is so nice....
Annabellissima Blu
Annabellissima Blu Vor 19 Tage
Hi Kelly, you are a very sympathetic and heartful person! I am living in the heart of Germany, in Thüringen. And our most popular food around here is called "grüne klöße". These are potatoe-balls made of completely dehydrated raw potatoes (they must be pressed) and already cooked and mashed potatoes. From that you create a dough, form balls as large as your hand and fill them with nice roasted bread-cubes. These balls must be cooked. And because of the raw potatoes in it, they sometimes colour green ("grün" ).. That's why they are told "grüne Klöße". In my opinion this is a high amount of work, and for God's sake, you can buy convinient dough in every store. But self-made is unbeaten. They are a nice side-dish for everything (pork, beef, goulash, fish, they fit everything :D) Lovely Greetings from Germany If you ever again travel from Mainz to Dresden you can stop in Thüringen and eat Klöße.
keschgelb
keschgelb Vor 19 Tage
I love the way you say "Maultaschen". They look really tasty!
Raimund Wessinger
Raimund Wessinger Vor 19 Tage
and "Schbäzzle"
Biggi The K.
Biggi The K. Vor 19 Tage
Da war sie monatelang in Deutschland und hat trotzdem nicht viel gelernt....wer Kochschinken nicht mal von Schwarzwâlder Schinken unterscheiden kann....
Joschi Step
Joschi Step Vor 20 Tage
8:20 usually we use old, dry bread. That why you need to soak it in water. It's like recycling 😁
Jasper Jones
Jasper Jones Vor 21 Tag
This version of Kaiserschmarn has ingredients like a French souffle. Years ago, I actually made successful (= unfallen) souffles. All your dishes look yummy. Pretty funny to pull out the NIB Spaetzlemaker!!
RI CHARD
RI CHARD Vor 21 Tag
so Kelly about the kaiserschmarrn soak the raisins in hot wather (rum add for choice ) let them soak 10-15 minutes .... after you finnished cooking the kaiserschamarrn make sure you do the crunchy face of it by melting some butter in a pan and after add suggar let the suggat melt and add your kaiserschmarrn it..... stir while letting the schmarrn pieces browning... not to burn them cuz they are going to be bitter. cheers, from Vienna
Joachim Janke
Joachim Janke Vor 21 Tag
i actually made Mauldasche with Lasagna plates that i could buy soft
Simon Richter
Simon Richter Vor 23 Tage
Bevor du den Kaiserschmarn wendest, stelle ihn in den Ofen bei 200 Grad, bis die obere Seite auch fest ist. Dann kann man ihm ganz leicht wenden.
Martin Decamerone
Martin Decamerone Vor 23 Tage
I am pretty sure Kaiserschmarren is an Austrian original
Abb Abb
Abb Abb Vor 23 Tage
Carbonated water is called seltzer. You can buy it anywhere. The liquor store should have it too.
Janine Magdalena
Janine Magdalena Vor 23 Tage
Kelly....! Your cooking skills are awesome! And I loved’ watching it..... really amazing,... and while watching it I could almost smell the delicious taste .... the sweetest thing for me in this video was, that you took care about every single “Gulasch” cube.... smiles.... I am more like, throwing all together into a pot and stir and cook it until it is done... 😂 Thanks for your time and that you share your life with us! I am so impressed ..!
Kelly does her thing
Aw thank you so much :)
Tim Kramer
Tim Kramer Vor 24 Tage
If you're ever in the Norfolk, VA area, find a restaurant called The Bier Garden (there are now two). They have a very addictive recipe for potato soup. (No, not that kind of potato soup!) It has a clear beef broth, very tiny pieces of beef, and a mixture of potato chunks, green beens, and spatzle in it. I'm not allowed in there much as wife is usually finishing her sandwich while I'm finishing my fourth bowl of soup.
Tim Kramer
Tim Kramer Vor 24 Tage
With apologies for the spelling... Grandmother was from the Black Forest area. Spatzle was a common staple at the dinner table. Took me almost 20 years to find a proper spatzle press but I now have one in my kitchen. Hasn't improved my cooking much but gives me hope. I've made horrible (but still edible) versions of hefering and apple kuchen. My aunt still makes strawberry-rhubard pies and hefering for family events. Her cooking is nice with her mom's wild mint tea (picked by grandchildren, in the cow pasture!).
SolderGirl
SolderGirl Vor 24 Tage
As a swabian born, i have to call heresy! The only ingredients that go into Spätzle are flour, eggs, and water. And it works like this: For each 100g of flour, you add one egg, then you mix it and add water until it has the right consistency. The salt gets added to the water that you boil them in, and there you add a lot of salt. But aside from that, you did a great job.
SolderGirl
SolderGirl Vor 19 Tage
+Joachim Janke Rechte Spätzle gherat vom Brett gschabt, oddr wenigschtens aus dr Spätzlespress. Abbr des sen Knöpfle on koine Spätzle. So ebbes kosch am Badenser vorsetza.
SolderGirl
SolderGirl Vor 20 Tage
+Joachim Janke To be honest, what she is making are more Knöpfle than Spätzle.
TheCode
TheCode Vor 24 Tage
A little tip for the Kaiserscharrn: take a bigger pan, so it has less hight and let the dough bake to the point where its complete soild, you can see the change really good because the dough look dull and no longer shiny than you just go an like you did, instead of taking a bigger pan you can also take less dough and do it in batches.
David Förster
David Förster Vor 24 Tage
Ahh Hergottsbescheißerle.. Were made in the lenting season from the people to hide in front of god that they eat meat ^^
Roy T
Roy T Vor 24 Tage
you are doing great but you havernt cooked anything german i know.and i live in Germany now.been here 30 years check out this link for real german Food to try.de-vid.com/video/video-xlczpjksP4k.html
Kitsutilo
Kitsutilo Vor 24 Tage
so the thing with Maultaschen is, they are also known as Herrgottsbescheißerle. For those who aren't good in german 'Gott' is 'god' and 'bescheißerle' basicly means cheater, they were basicly made to cheat on god. x3 It was during war that the invaders gave a slice of meat to some monks, they appreciated the gift, but it was fasting period, what basicly means they weren't allowed to eat meat. If they would store it till the period was over the meat would have gone bad. So they decided to cheat on god by hiding the meat, they grinded it down, mixed it with vegetables and spices and to ensure that the meat was indeed hidden from god they put it between noodles, big noodles and by this forming a bag, a bag you put in your mouth, that basicly is why they are called maultasche (Maul=Mund=mouth and Tasche=bag) and yeah, they also are called Herrgottbescheißerle because of this.
Kitsutilo
Kitsutilo Vor 10 Tage
+Engy Wuck I never heared of it as a protestant meal, but yeah it's interesting how things develop over time. The story really sounds about right, my dad has a verry simular mentality: I'm a vegetarian so it's quite rare that my parents eat meat (I don't mind it, but mom wants me to get a hot meal at least once a day and cooking 2 different things is hard, so it basicly comes down to a vegetarian meal od something where the meat is on a seperate plate most of the time, even if i tell tem to make what they want because I'm happy with a slice of bread). So when mom tells my dad that there will be meat he is happy because he gets a "real meal", then he come home, sits down, looks at the meal and pretty much has the same reaction and dialect XD
Engy Wuck
Engy Wuck Vor 10 Tage
interestingly where I live Maultaschen is a traditional protestant meal on Good Friday (where one should fast and not eat meat). In the theme of "no meat": I remember a story about a family some decades ago (when everyday meat was rare, and they not particularily wealthy) where the husband asked his wife if she could not bring meat on the table - he wanted to eat meat so much. So she goes and prepares some Gulasch. When he comes home to eat he looks and grumbles "Gulasch - ond erschd koi Floisch" (Gulash - and still no meat). He wanted a Schnitzel or something like that.
S. R.
S. R. Vor 16 Tage
+Psy McDad ROFL
S. R.
S. R. Vor 16 Tage
lol
Psy McDad
Psy McDad Vor 19 Tage
This reminds me of a muslim-friend who hides under the table when he drinks beer outside. ^^
nowonmetube
nowonmetube Vor 24 Tage
Man, you cut your apple juice with A LOT of carbonated water 😳 Usually it's like the amount of milk it'd put in my coffee 😂 if you know what I mean.
nowonmetube
nowonmetube Vor 24 Tage
Never. Cut. On. A. Plate. It pretty much destroys the blade, even after just one stroke.
nowonmetube
nowonmetube Vor 24 Tage
SHE THICC
Kyoodo
Kyoodo Vor 25 Tage
I love to hear about those curious little regional differences that I take for granted like being able to buy carbonated water by the liter. It just kinda strikes me as odd XD
Tommy PlasticFantastic
Sieht lecker aus..
jo ha
jo ha Vor 25 Tage
Since you lived in Mainz as far as I remember from other videos you forgot Meenzer Fleischworscht, Weck Worscht&Ei and Handkäs mit Mussig or Zwiebelkuche with some Federweisser ;-)
Sicho84
Sicho84 Vor 25 Tage
btw easy way to flip with a pan like this: put a plate on the pan, turn the pan upside down and then slide the flipped food from the plate back into the pan ;)
Sicho84
Sicho84 Vor 25 Tage
Damn that's a lot of plastic packaging!
Drolldur Meiersheim
Wow youre fat
Cindy Montgomery Wyneken
I've never had homemade Maultaschen. Yours looked AMAZING!!
rainbow 1427
rainbow 1427 Vor 25 Tage
1,5l water bottle
Bone Thug
Bone Thug Vor 26 Tage
You need to cook the typical Rindersaftgulasch mit Salzkartoffeln
Mila Nami
Mila Nami Vor 26 Tage
My favourite german food is Sauerbraten! But the schwäbisch one :P
Mars Horses
Mars Horses Vor 26 Tage
I'm a chef and I cringe at all that long hair flopping over food. Tie your hair back!!
Anvilshock
Anvilshock Vor 11 Tage
+daniela galic And you either haven't realised, or are feigning ignorance about, the fact that that wasn't what I was referring to.
daniela galic
daniela galic Vor 11 Tage
+Anvilshockafter emphasising your intelligence so much you should have realized, that I didn't give any advice. I said it shouldn't matter which way she cooks as she's cooking in her own house according to her own hygiene standards. No advice given, only a comment. I think we can move on now and just agree to disagree
Anvilshock
Anvilshock Vor 11 Tage
+daniela galic Remember to follow your own sarcastic and underhanded piece of advice yourself as well.
daniela galic
daniela galic Vor 12 Tage
+Anvilshock Ok sure, you're super smart I get it. Let's just move on and agree to disagree on who reacted to what and in which way. I still think she can cook whichever way she likes and each of us can react or not to it online without being hypocritical about one response and not about the other. Have a nice day
Anvilshock
Anvilshock Vor 13 Tage
+daniela galic Not letting your response stand unaddressed is not the same as not being able to deal with it, a difference that you are evidently incapable of deducing yourself, just as well as the difference between disagreeing with the criticism in a comment and outright forbidding criticising comments in the first place. But I understand. It takes intelligence to detect stupidity. It does not work the other way round. I mean, why did you suddenly bring up kitchen utensils? Not a single complaint was raised about spoons and what-have-you, this has only been about long and open hair! Why raise this far-fetched and completely irrelevant point that wasn't disputed in the first place?
Play play
Play play Vor 26 Tage
Kaiserschmarren isnt German
nowonmetube
nowonmetube Vor 24 Tage
So? She even said it's from Austria
Dude
Dude Vor 26 Tage
there is this one food, that only my grandma made. it was called "arme Ritter" (poor knights). I don't know how it was exactly done but as far as I remember, you only took fresh Brötchen or maybe old one's and fried them in a pan with butter (?) and when they were done, you would put them on a plate and sprikle sugar on them. it's super simple poor-man's food but actually tastes great. *BUT LOOK FOR AN ORIGINAL RECIPE, YOURSELF! I MIGHT BE WRONG WITH THE INSTRUCTIONS :D:D:D:D*
OpriaXdieXerste
OpriaXdieXerste Vor 25 Tage
Its bread soaked in an egg+milk mixture. Then its fried in a pan und sprinkled with sugar and/or cinnamon. Some people do make a vanilla sauce to go with it. Also can be done with old bread you would not eat anymore because its hard.
BattousaiDeDo
BattousaiDeDo Vor 26 Tage
The Coffee is to fine for a french Press. I Hope also you wont use boiling water the Coffee. Water should be 95°c
Rikard Nilsson
Rikard Nilsson Vor 27 Tage
30:41 I'm tempted to make a crude joke about bratwürsts or something.
The Noobgamer
The Noobgamer Vor 27 Tage
why not kartoffelpuffer?
Rikard Nilsson
Rikard Nilsson Vor 27 Tage
my guess is your groceries cost...hmmm...at least $2.39.
Timm Sattler
Timm Sattler Vor 27 Tage
It‘s Apfelschorle not Apelschorla
Eric Ludwig
Eric Ludwig Vor 28 Tage
Hey Kelly, small hint for the Kaiserschmarrn: you better put the raisins in some warm water and let them soak for a couple of minutes, then squeeze the water out of them before putting them into the batter :) they'll become way softer like that and are more enjoyable to eat :) and yes I know that this video is 7 months old and no I did not read through the comments :) (and just now you mentioned the soaking, you should definately go for it. if you soak them im rum, the taste goes very intense which I personally do not really prefer.)
Denise Nova
Denise Nova Vor 28 Tage
We don‘t really eat the other dishes here but I also grew up eating Gulasch. I know it completely differently: No tomato sauce at all! And no potatoes or carrots. We add a whole load of onions (more than meat!) and mushrooms (often dried mushrooms!) and then we add Sahne (cream) to it and the Sahne blends with the mushrooms and the meat and it turns out to be a brown and delicious sauce. We spice it with loads of Sweet Paprika Powder (the hot one) and a bit of Chili and eat it with noodles. Those spiralized noodles that look like curls. Some also add tiny slices/stripes of red pepper (Paprika) to it but I only know Gulash with mushrooms or pepper bell slices and never heard of it with pieces of potatoe or carrot. I am vegan and I eat them now by using dried soy medaillons that I soaked in hot water and then pressing them out and frying them with onions and then adding coco cream/coco milk and dried mushrooms then I spice it with Paprika Powder (which is crucial for the Gulash taste), Cayenne and Chili and I eat it with chickpea-spirelli-noodles (gluten-free vegan version of spirelli noodles using chickpea flour instead of wheat). This is my way of making a vegan version of what I grew up with :)
james faiat
james faiat Vor 28 Tage
Your kaiserschmarrn and goulash look great. You can cook for me any day of the week. Misha is a lucky man.
james faiat
james faiat Vor 28 Tage
No wonder you think food is cheaper in Germany when you shop at whole "paycheck" foods. German breakfast sucks, steak and eggs with hashbrowns rule. Kaiserschmarn is good eats. Thank for another great video.
james faiat
james faiat Vor 27 Tage
That's funny German food tasted pretty much like American food to me. Some American foods such as beef steak beat the Germans hands down. And a little bohemian restaurant in suburban Chicago makes a better schnitzel than I've had in Germany or Austria. And it costs less too. I'm pretty sure they didn't use organic pork. And Florida oranges, organic or not, are head and shoulders above anything Europe has to offer, their O.J. sucks.
Denise Nova
Denise Nova Vor 28 Tage
james faiat: American organic food comes close to average German food because normal non-organic American food really lacks in quality and taste and who knows how toxic it is. If you want it to taste simliar to European food then you need organic quality in the US
ITX Official
ITX Official Vor 28 Tage
I never really thought of it, but I just now realised during the part where you talk about getting coffee and cake in the afternoon, that my (austrian) parents have their "Jause" like EVERY SINGLE DAY around 4-5 o'clock pm!! My father is really strict about it, to the point where if he's not at home during that time, he literally goes straight to a "Caféhaus" or a "Konditorei", just to get his coffee together with some type of cake or pie!!
Hamamelis Witchhazel
Being Austrian I have to protest your Kaiserschmarrn. :) 1. It can not be served with vanilla sauce or fresh fruit, but always with fruit stew. 2. It's never eaten in the afternoon with coffee instead of cake. Either you eat it as a dessert or as a main dish.
Dschän Riihl
Dschän Riihl Vor 29 Tage
You would usualy take an old, dry Brötchen for soaking. Greetings from Rheinhessen
Taxi Taxi
Taxi Taxi Vor Monat
Mit einiger Verwunderung habe ich gewisse Kommentare hier gelesen. Zur Nachhilfe in Geschichte: Das Deutsche und das Österreichische Reich waren immer zwei komplett unterschiedliche Nationen. Abgesehen der unsäglichen Zeit über die heute keiner mehr sprechen möchte.
Skaldenwolf
Skaldenwolf Vor Monat
In diesem Video sind sehr viele Falsche Informationen ...
Kelly does her thing
Like what
Glafayette Gorillo
damn girl, youre good at this... or at least so it seems :D
Alisia Clark
Alisia Clark Vor Monat
I normally don't comment so often on videos but always leave an thumb up ;) love your videos! I think I know, why your Spätzle did only turn out good/ okay. You normally need to put it directly in really cold water :) to cool the Spätle off. I live and was born in Baden-Württemberg and I've learned it to make it so in school, at work and of course at home :D My favorite foods are like Gulasch, Turkish food (because my parents are from there) and like everything what tastes good :)
Alice Phantasmagoria
Milch in Spätzle? Nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein nein
Funny Farmer
Funny Farmer Vor Monat
Actually European hotels have scrambled eggs with beacon mainly because of their American/English guests.
Lumbago Embargo
Lumbago Embargo Vor Monat
This Maultaschen commercial got some attention (at least in Germany a few years ago...). In Tarantino manner: de-vid.com/video/video-ruuX-v88DZo.html
mind is a universe
Video suggestion for you : tasty-kaiserschmarren as made by wolfgang puck
Zock'n' Roll
Zock'n' Roll Vor Monat
As austrian I would say.. forget about german coffee, try austian or italian
Sashimi
Sashimi Vor Monat
As a German I whole heartedly agree. We have nothing on the Austrian coffee houses.
goat
goat Vor Monat
So much fun to watch! And courageous to talk about food of another country because inhabitants of said country can get somewhat dogmatic about 'their' way of doing things. But as someone beyond their fifties who earned a living in Germany, in California and now in Switzerland, I get a wonderful trip down memory lane with your respectful yet authentic vids. Thanks Kiddo
Herobrinesshadow
you have to make some Sauerbraten! (use beef instead of horse if u want^^')
Livia Stumpp Haug
And my family are even butchers, they own the Metzgerei Schneider😂
Livia Stumpp Haug
Herobrinesshadow I’m from Reutlingen, but I’ve never had Sauerbraten with horse meat🧐
Deutsche mit Meinung
So jetzt will ich auch Gulasch 😅
Deutsche mit Meinung
+Livia Stumpp Haug Würde dir auch gern was kochen 😉😁
Livia Stumpp Haug
Deutsche mit Meinung Same ich hab jetzt richtig Hunger
Reneiweseak
Reneiweseak Vor Monat
5:40 I ate bread with cheese and a pickle on it for years. It just goes so well together. You should have a look for "mustard pickles" (Senfgurke in german) my favourite type of pickle. Those go best with cheese and bread in my opinion. :)
Sándor Szilágyi
Maultaschen = Herrgottsbescheißerle :D XD
HerrGefecht
HerrGefecht Vor Monat
what people get by subtitles: Mammal Taschen, Maultaschen(4x), Mount Option, a Montage in, Model Tasha, Mallet Asha, My Lotion, Malta, The Montage, I'll Taschen, My Etosha, I'll touch him, my old fashioned, The Montages, Mouth Taschen ^^
Gysar
Gysar Vor Monat
One of my favorite german dishes is "Tote Oma" it is common in the regions that were part of the DDR. Another dish I really like is "Jägerschnitzel" but the DDR-style. In East germany "Jägerschnitzel" is a breaded slice of a big "Jagdwurst" and usually served with a tomato sauce. In west germany Jägerschnitzel is just a normal Schnitzel with a mushroom sauce, which is not bad but not as good. Maybe you could try those two dishes xD
Florian  Bayer-Gebhardt
Kelly... Do not use milk for Spätzle... Basic recipe is... 1kg flour 550 and 1kg whole eggs (approx. 20), salt.... That's it. If you do not like so many eggs, add carbonated water instead (but not more than half the eggs... 10 and half a liter of water). Otherwise the Spätzle fall apart in the boiling water. Add some butter-browned, finde graded breadcrumbs on top...
Steve Richards
Steve Richards Vor Monat
omn nom nom yumyumm!
Andy Taylor
Andy Taylor Vor Monat
I really like your videos! Very informative and entertaining.
Kurt Ronhovde
Kurt Ronhovde Vor Monat
I miss Germany sooo much. But, i have learned how to make some of my faves here. But you should learn to make Jaeger Schnitzel with a Dunkel beer. That has been my absolute favorite.
A E
A E Vor Monat
they dont have perrier in the states? carbonated or sparkling water is everywhere
Andy Taylor
Andy Taylor Vor Monat
Yeah, that's not what she stated. What she actually stated is that it is usually in smaller bottles.
Jürgen J. G.
Jürgen J. G. Vor Monat
Das Rezept: www.chefkoch.de/rezepte/58361021449431/Kaiserschmarrn.html
Mary Sanchez
Mary Sanchez Vor Monat
You couldn't get under the Maultaschen because you're using a straight sided sauté pan rather than a fry pan. And the first dish looked reminiscent of pot stickers.
m98de
m98de Vor Monat
well done Kelly
fuedlibumser
fuedlibumser Vor Monat
Resi Oma kocht - Kaiserschmarrn de-vid.com/video/video-sVgp_OcrV_w.html
Feeluck
Feeluck Vor Monat
my grandma used to use a fork to incorporate the edges of filled pasta. this way the pasta wont disintegrate/open up while cooking and it looks pretty nice too :)
Kelly does her thing
Good idea!
Moccadjinn
Moccadjinn Vor Monat
ok um auch mal meinen senf dazu zu geben....Maultaschen habe ich noch nie weder gemacht noch gegessen. Kaiserschmarrn kenn ich nur als fertigmischung und habe es einmal probiert aber schmeckt mir nicht aber was dieses merkwürdige gullasch betrifft .....das ist für mich kein gullasch. Ich mach gullasch ganz anders. ok da hat sie etwas in deutschland kennengelernt in einer bestimmten region vielleicht aber das ist nicht typisch deutsch. Deutsch ist anscheinend für viele zu vielfältig um es im ganzen zu erfassen und da nehme ich persönlich ihr nicht krumm das sie das für typisch deutsch hält. ;)
I kller1993
I kller1993 Vor Monat
Hello from Swabia or how it is called here: Schwabenländle^^I really appreciate it, that you love the Maultaschen or also called Herrgottsbscheiserle so much, that you also make them home in the US^^Go on this way^^
TheScarvig
TheScarvig Vor Monat
for all those americans that want to try out german foods and live "close" (whatever definition of close you use) to Paducah KY you can drop by at the Gold Rush Cafe. my cousin Anita from germany is the owner and every thursday she cooks real german meals using my aunts recipies!
endbaum
endbaum Vor Monat
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