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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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Christian Hawkins
You can get German coffee at every Aldi.
Birgit Apitius
Birgit Apitius Vor 6 Tage
Boring!
ICANanimations
ICANanimations Vor 6 Tage
everything organic?
Bob Risse
Bob Risse Vor 7 Tage
We do what we do. Bon apetit.
Trihard
Trihard Vor 8 Tage
Sounds like Germany sucks xD
Jens M.
Jens M. Vor 10 Tage
try Dampfnudeln de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dampfnudel
Yunz06
Yunz06 Vor 10 Tage
When you mess up the flipping of the pancake, you can just say you're reenacting the legend/making it the historically accurate way lol
neophytealpha
neophytealpha Vor 12 Tage
You would like the bakery at Lidl.
Ho Athanatos
Ho Athanatos Vor 12 Tage
The bread sops would be added as a way of using stale bread back in the day when people couldn't afford to waste food (croutons, soup sops, bread puddings, and french toast are foods still used in French and English cooking that were born from the same necessity to use all of your stale bread up). It also acts as a filler so that only a small amount of expensive meat would have to be added. You don't have to add it in with the food abundance of our modern world; it's just how people made food affordable back when peasants didn't always have much to live off of.
Ivegotsometeahere Dontspititdrinkitlikealady
The soaked bread technique: You can use flour with egg as well. Traditional its with soaked bread but its the same like flour with eggs ;) Btw in germany we ate pancakes with marmalade, apple compote, sugar with cinnamon, chocolate creme or with cheese
Per Nielsen
Per Nielsen Vor 14 Tage
Das bestens am Deutsches Morgentisch ist "Leberwurst" und "Schwartzwälder Schinken" und am Schwartzbroot.
Black Sabbath
Black Sabbath Vor 15 Tage
Kaiserschmarrn tastes very good. 👍
Cameron Jackson
Cameron Jackson Vor 15 Tage
Did you just make cheap apple tango?
Chris Tian
Chris Tian Vor 16 Tage
If you know Spätzle, do you also know what Gaisburger Marsch is?
sissimaus20
sissimaus20 Vor 17 Tage
Hi Kelly! Thanks for the video! I really enjoyed it. Despite the fact that I'm hungry as hell now.... Gulasch und Kaiserschmarn... Can there be a better combo? Hast du schonmal Krautrouladen mit Kartoffeln gegessen? That's one of my favorite meals and maybe also the "sächsische Maultasche". I also love Kassler mit Sauerkraut. If you haven't tried it yet, ask Mischa (I hope the spelling is right) to cook it for you! You will love it! Greats :)
Nearly YT
Nearly YT Vor 19 Tage
or the third one
Nearly YT
Nearly YT Vor 19 Tage
im german and never heard of the first dish tbh
Dante
Dante Vor 20 Tage
Goulash is best made with horse meat.
Birgit Apitius
Birgit Apitius Vor 6 Tage
We don't eat horse meat in Germany. The only time it was eaten in modern times was during the food shortages in and after WWII, when there was no other meat available, and even then, only rarely!
Steffen Zörb
Steffen Zörb Vor 22 Tage
Liking you, cool attitude. Greets from Germany :)
Kelly does her thing
thank you!! :)
barfuss2007
barfuss2007 Vor 22 Tage
the Kaiserschmarrn looks better than the Maultschen :-) For a better taste you can preserve the raisins in rum some hours before use. And very important: icing sugar as topping. de-vid.com/video/video-Ueh8mVdd7DM.html I prefer this receipt www.chefkoch.de/rezepte/1031841208350942/Kaiserschmarrn-Tiroler-Landgasthofrezept.html
Kelly does her thing
thanks!
barfuss2007
barfuss2007 Vor 22 Tage
you must put the maultschen first in hot but not boiling water with salt. After that you can put them into a pan with butter. And the pasta must be much tininner, to divide the pieces you need this www.amazon.de/SIDCO-Teigtaschenrad-Teigr%C3%A4dchen-Raviolirad-Maultaschenrad/dp/B06WWK75CQ Respect, by the way. Not 1% of german girl of your age are willing to to that.
Kelly does her thing
i was so tired of rolling out that dang dough hahaha thanks :)
barfuss2007
barfuss2007 Vor 22 Tage
don´t tell us you will produce Maultaschen of your own?!? that takes two hours www.essen-und-trinken.de/rezepte/40823-rzpt-selleries-selbstgemachte-schwaebische-maultaschen-grundrezept
smtpgirl
smtpgirl Vor 22 Tage
french press coffee, the only way to drink it
Kelly does her thing
agreed!
guitargodthor2
guitargodthor2 Vor 23 Tage
Kind of reminds me of a blintz and looks delicious. Seltzer is awesome, I'm drinking it at this very moment. Also, my dad taught me to mix chocolate milk and Seltzer together to make an egg cream (has no eggs in it though).
JustCurious
JustCurious Vor 26 Tage
the bottle of wine would work too, behind you lol
Reapers Retribution
little advise: it´s a bit messier but mix the filling for your Maultaschen with your hands, it´s way more effective and goes faster
Katherine Lu
Katherine Lu Vor 28 Tage
If you have Aldi's near you, you can purchase a lot of German foods at very inexpensive prices.
Kelly does her thing
It takes me about 20-30 min to drive to an Aldi from where I live, but we do go there sometimes. I prefer Trader Joe’s though (which is owned by Aldi Nord)
JAMES KNAPKE
JAMES KNAPKE Vor 28 Tage
When i was stationed in Germany in the 80's my go to Gasthaus (Werner's Pub Sembach Germany) served an amazing Veal Cordon Bleu. I would pay $500 right now to have that meal placed in front of me again. I don't know any resturant here in the states that serves that.
Waechter_im_All
Waechter_im_All Vor 29 Tage
[Papa-Modus: an] Kind! Völlig falsche Reihenfolge beim Gulasch!!! ERST die Zwiebeln zusammen mit dem Tomatenmark anbraten, gerne auch zwei, drei Zehen Knoblauch dazu. DANN die Karotten dazu, und DANN das Fleisch anbraten. Ablöschen mit Brühe, zum Beispiel der von den Maultaschen ;-) Und dann die Tomaten mit reingeben. Erst wenn das alles ein Stündchen geschmort hat, mit Salz, Pfeffer und anderen Gewürzen, die Du gern magst, abschmecken. Ganz wichtig: Gib dem Gulasch Zeit! [Papa-Modus: aus] P.S.: Die Kartoffeln würde ich persönlich weglassen, wenn ich das Gulasch mit Spätzle servieren will.
wuwwle
wuwwle Vor 29 Tage
they call it a god "bescheisserle" too. It was founded in the mid age where you were not allowed to take meat between x and eastern. I don't even know about it. So there is an x. They put flesh into noodle stuff to not get guilty.
sensen9900
sensen9900 Vor Monat
OFC you Pay so much more in America when you take the "Bio, Organic, Natural" Stuff.... Since in Germany all what meant Bio literally translate in "Just Overpriced since our Laws demand even Industrialized Food to be a minimum of Healthy Incridient".... You cant buy cheaper in America with the same Quality ^^ If Americans would Change their Laws and raise the Quality of their Daily Food/Production(i mean there is some really great Stuff like some Races of Cow and their Meat and Steaks and Stuff) it would become Cheaper over Time as well.
Kelly does her thing
sensen9900 right, I understood what you said and I 100% agree with you.
sensen9900
sensen9900 Vor Monat
+Kelly does her thing The thing i meant was.... As an American you had to Buy in "expensive" shops to get a Good Quality of Food as a Usual Person.... I think even our Supermarket Food is in Terms of Quality better than most American Ones.... so it might be a little bit more expensiv but if Americans would Raise their Quality Standarts you guys didnt had to buy in "Special Healthy/Good Quality" Shops.... You would get nearly as good Quality in supermarkets and that would lower the Price ^^
Kelly does her thing
Exactly. I got some comments from people saying of course the food is expensive because it’s Whole Foods but the standard is somewhat similar to Germany’s in this store so for the same quality, I’m paying significantly more than in Germany. I’m going to do videos comparing Lidl prices in Germany vs US and Aldi prices in Germany vs US soon
sensen9900
sensen9900 Vor Monat
To Eat on a Healthy Lvl like Europeans are used to.
Anni Fieber
Anni Fieber Vor Monat
Omg how much are u paying for your food? Unbelieveable 😮
Kelly does her thing
Right???
Dunkelelf3
Dunkelelf3 Vor Monat
you should try cutting the maultaschen into slices, fry them in a pan with some bacon cubes and onions.. then pour scrambled eggs over them once everything is fried and give it some minutes till the egg is done as well.. my favorite way of eating them and as i'm from swabia trust me i ate all possible dishes and things you can do with maultaschen! :D
Dunkelelf3
Dunkelelf3 Vor Monat
+Kelly does her thing it is :) with some fresh herbs on top like chives or parsley or both.. mmmmhhh.. sadly my herbs on the balcony are dead now ofc.. it's december after all.. but it's also good with something like dried thyme, rosemary or whatever you have.. i just don't like dried parsley, it tastes like nothing.. anyways! happy cooking! :D you should travel to the south sometime and check out the food there.. my favorite dish is zwiebelrostbraten with käsespätzle.. i guess you said you love fried onions and those dishes are roastbeef with roasted onions and spätzle with cheese.. a dish we also always eat with roasted onions.. so heavenly for onion fans! :D with a salad and a good glas or two of red wine.. damn.. now i'm hungry :X
Kelly does her thing
That sounds amazing!!!
dearseall
dearseall Vor Monat
Concerning the soaked bread: Usually you would use dry and diced bread. Thats why soaking is needed.
Patchouli von Darnassus
one thing americans never heard of is Döner Kebap! have you ever tried that in germany? well its not a *real* german food but its very good
Klaus Liekenbröcker
And was invented in Berlin, Germany in the way we eat it today here in Germany
Patchouli von Darnassus
+Kelly does her thing Kebap means grilled stuff spins around
Kelly does her thing
Well you have to be careful here because as someone who lives in Turkey, what you guys call Döner Kebap is different from what Turks called Döner Kebap. I know Döner to refer to the type of meat that is grilled on the cylindrical cone so there are many different types of Döner Kebap dishes. It took me awhile in Germany to understand that Döner Kebap to a German is specifically the sandwich that was invented in Berlin in the 70s by some Turkish.
Wet_Kitty_Cat
Wet_Kitty_Cat Vor Monat
omg it looks like the foods are really more expensive in the US. But i think 1€ is more than 1$ right?! But you showed us your german appartment, could you show us your US appartment? I am a girl from germany and i would really love to see it. What do you think, is a US appartment more expensive as a german appartment, too? I totally love your kitchen in DC. Hehe so i had to add my favorite food. It's not german, but italien. I really love "Spaghetti Carbonara"
Kelly does her thing
I’m working on my US apartment tour :) I love this kitchen too haha I’m glad you like my videos!
dave nothere
dave nothere Vor Monat
I miss maultaschen! I became addicted to this dish while visiting Stuttgart for 6 weeks in 1977. I must have had it every day at least once, if not twice. I enjoyed it that much. The chef at the hostel (Naturfreundeheim sp?) did a most excellent job with both the broth and fried(I think it was fried - it has been over 40 years, after all). A most excellent dish!
Gigidag77
Gigidag77 Vor Monat
I've never eaten that breakfast dish in Germany.
Kelly does her thing
really? i saw people eating it in literally every. single. hotel. and i think i stayed in easily over 80 different hotels in germany
Curtis Galper
Curtis Galper Vor Monat
Stop right there, you're shopping at Whole Foods and complaining about higher prices? Haw!
Nico Ben
Nico Ben Vor Monat
nice the Maultaschen look so tasty. Greetings from Stuttgart Germany
Kelly does her thing
thank you!! greetings from DC :)
Collette Krause
Collette Krause Vor Monat
Good improvisation with the rolling pin in issue..... but that wine bottle behind you would have worked wonders !!
Collette Krause
Collette Krause Vor Monat
I really like her videos. However, Is anyone else not irked about someone with long hair cooking and it's not tied back ?
King Tanja
King Tanja Vor Monat
It drives me crazy how sloppy so many of the english speaking people talk german :D We german speaking people try everything to speak accurate english and then there are you with "apfelsholla" instead of speaking the "r" and the "e" in "Schorle" :D *or Spätzla instead of SpätzlE* if you read along and dont leave out letters it would sound so much better and not sloppy :) no offense or hate!
JAMES KNAPKE
JAMES KNAPKE Vor 28 Tage
Give her a break. She is trying.
Osmone Everony
Osmone Everony Vor 29 Tage
+Joel T. Luber I was in now way criticizing it, just stating a fact. We Germans use our language also in a sloppy way, some more, some less, depending on regional accents and education level.
Joel T. Luber
Joel T. Luber Vor 29 Tage
​+Osmone Everony I was replying to King Tanja, but I don't think your comment about the "sloppy" pronunciation of "grocery" reflects a desire to adapt. The pronunciation you criticize is common in many part of the United States, so there's really no justification to say it's wrong or "sloppy." The palatalization of [s] to [ʃ] in this instance isn't any more "sloppy" than the palatalization of [s] to [ʃ] in German words like "Stück," which is to say that it follows normal phonological rules. The fact that English has more diphthongs and schwa reductions than German or that some English dialects are nonrhotic doesn't mean English is "sloppy"; it just means that English follows different phonological rules than German. Nonnative speakers usually pronounce their second language through the phonological rules of their native language. That's why English speakers can't distinguish between "Spätzla" and "SpätzlE" (we don't have a contrast between those two sounds) and can rarely get umlauted vowels right and why some drop R's like in "apfelsholla." But it's also why German's rarely get the nuance of English diphthongs and schwa reduction and often cannot say English consonants dʒ, θ, ð, or w.
Osmone Everony
Osmone Everony Vor 29 Tage
+Joel T. Luber Not sure whom your reply is meant to be for. In my case I say it's quite contrary. I try to adapt as much as possible. If I ever come to the USA I don't want to come across as a "fucking German tourist". Moreso because I know there's a remarkable amount of Americans who still maintain that prejudice we Germans are all Nazis, wear Lederhosen all day and eat nothing but potatoes and Kraut, which of course NONE of that is true.
Joel T. Luber
Joel T. Luber Vor 29 Tage
It's funny that you say it this way since one of the hallmarks of German speakers' accents in English is comical overpronunciation of letters that should be elided or reduced. Do you also pronounce all of the letters when you speak French?
TheReisetante
TheReisetante Vor Monat
I put the Kaiserschmarrn in the oven, after it was a while in the pan, so it gets brown on top. To finish it put sugar direct in the pan for caramelising and cut and turn the Schmarrn.
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor Monat
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goulash
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor Monat
you made a beef ragout, and not gulasch. paprika is THE MOST IMPORTANT PART! PERIOD!
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor 9 Tage
+Antonio Tejada we have a misunderstanding. not the vegetable, the spice. shop.kotanyi.at/kotanyi/paprika-edelsuess-spezial
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor 9 Tage
+Antonio Tejada en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goulash
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor 9 Tage
not true. i am a trained Austrian chef, goulash is always with paprika.+Antonio Tejada
Antonio Tejada
Antonio Tejada Vor 15 Tage
Beeline Khan Not in German gulasch.
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor Monat
after flipping you can finish it in the oven with ca. 180 degrees C. after put back on the stove an rip in pieces. add zwetschkenröster.
Beeline Khan
Beeline Khan Vor Monat
put a lid on the kaiserschmarrn in the beginning.
Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan Vor Monat
Me again - not German, but Swiss - "The Swiss Bakery" just west of 495 off Braddock Road. Great selection of Swiss foods and some of the best baked goods that I've had this side of the pond.
Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan Vor Monat
I spend a couple of weeks each year motorcycling around the Alps. REALLY miss Euro hotel breakfast buffets.
Elissa Lacki
Elissa Lacki Vor 9 Tage
Oh, yes! Me too, wonderful, delicious breakfasts. We wouldn't be hungry till evening!
Freespirit77
Freespirit77 Vor Monat
:) Nice Video ... during watching i´ve tried to translate the "Story of Kaiser-Schmarren" and then you came with it :) There are a lot of stories how this dish was "born" but this story i like the most :) ... and ... The word "Schmarren" in Austria could also be translateted with the word "Rubbish", so because the cook did his best to make the "Kaiser" happy the cake was ... hmmm ... not the best one, but the Kaiser said "Ok, than give me the Schmarren/Rubbish", and he realy liked it ... thats how i heard (and love) the story :) ... Greetings from Vienna/Austria (Sorry about my english) :D
Scare Crow
Scare Crow Vor Monat
Fuck Germany and fuck you too.
schwender florian
i german
Richard D
Richard D Vor Monat
No rolling pin? Try a wine bottle instead... easier to find most often too! haha
Kelly does her thing
that would've been way way smarter haha
Mörtel K
Mörtel K Vor Monat
Good job for kindo first try. I like the positive american mindset - cus Kaiserschmarrn can be a b*tch. You did it very nice.
Kelly does her thing
hahaha thank you :)
Theo Buunermond
Theo Buunermond Vor Monat
The German kitchen isn't that bad at all, as a Dutchy we're doing a much worser job. We have Cheese (Gouda) and Stroopwafels, and that is our entire kitchen :P The German kitchen is in my opinion underrated, it's food to feed and taste good, not some tiny thing on a dish to feed your eyes instead of the belly. My dad worked several years in Germany (mainly in Hamburg and Bremen), so he learned a lot about the German kitchen. So besides the stroopwafels and cheese, there was something different on my plate. I really love the various German 'eintopf' recipes, and when it comes to beer... Well Haake Beck is the best beer in the world :) Living in the Netherlands isn't that bad, when you're in a 15 minute drive arriving in Germany.
Swedish American
There has never been a study that proves that BGH Bovine growth hormone(Bovine Somatotropin) is harmful to the people who consume the meat or milk from those animals.
Debra Jarnagin
Debra Jarnagin Vor Monat
Where are the recipes?
Таня White
Таня White Vor Monat
You so cool!)))) So many dishes and so hard recipes!))) I ate goulash in Austria, it was really tasty, but it was soup)))
shabitai1
shabitai1 Vor Monat
16:50 why lie to us? just say it's another day, no biggy.... Challenge: Who can find more differences in the setup? 1. bowl on pineapple changed for the chineese takeaway (maybe the Maultaschen did not taste so good afterall? 2. the chineese takeaway needed a lot of salt, becouse salt needed a refill between tje cut. 3.washed dishes changed. 4.stacked bowls on the shelf and the green tea pot mooved
Kelly does her thing
It was the same day but what you think is a Chinese takeout container is actually a cheese kit that Misha and I were preparing in the kitchen between my takes for this video because we were (no joke) in a cheese competition with some friends that evening. I definitely didn’t film me cooking the meals one after another, it was truly me cooking and eating at normal times of the day so the kitchen will obviously change. I’m glad you liked the video
shabitai1
shabitai1 Vor Monat
btw. love this video anyway, just trolling around :)
Maxwell Smart
Maxwell Smart Vor Monat
Soak it in milk next time.
Tobias Valinski
Tobias Valinski Vor Monat
In case you want a working, good recipe for Kaiserschmarrn: de-vid.com/video/video-AeUM5S1nC3I.html It is german of course, but I don't think its that complicated (even if you don't understand what the guy is talking about). The recipe is really easy to do because you finish the Kaiserschmarrn in the oven instead of flipping it. And it is without raisins because who the hell would put raisins in Kaiserschmarrn?! ;) As a sauce I would really recommend Zwetschgenröster which is a traditional kind of plum chutney from Austria. Tastes great and isn't to difficult to make as well. If you want to do level up your Gulasch you should use about as much onion as you use meat. And try to use oxtail. It's not that traditional I guess and takes around 4 hours of simmering but then it's the most buttery meat I have ever eaten. You should definitely give it a try
Christina Kuhl
Christina Kuhl Vor Monat
Kartoffelpüree mit Sauerkraut :)
K golden
K golden Vor Monat
German coffee at Aldi grocery stores.
Jennifer Brindle
Jennifer Brindle Vor 2 Monate
These basically look like a square pierogi.
Kelly does her thing
i thought the same hahah
Brit Tryz
Brit Tryz Vor 2 Monate
I’ve never heard of a “cold dog”. Please make it 😂
Kelly does her thing
hahaha i was like whoa wtf. i didn't mention cold dog in this video, what a weird coincidence and then i saw your name hahahahaha
Clemens Kindermann
Clemens Kindermann Vor 2 Monate
You should serve Zwetschkenröster to your Kaiserschmarren - that's the original side dish. Best regards from Vienna!
Pink Cougar
Pink Cougar Vor 2 Monate
I heard healthy? Compared to standard American diet (SAD short, yes). Unfortunately not healthy enough and I don't blame you, it's misleading on purpose. Dr esselstyn and his hearth healthy studies are very unique, no results alike found with different meals, foods and ingredients aka food groups ;)
patrese993
patrese993 Vor 2 Monate
There is another dish also called Maultaschen, but it is pastry style and from Bavaria, usually baked with apple slices.
boahkeinbockmehr
If it is what i think it is, we have it also in the rhineland but called Apfeltasche
susan anderson
susan anderson Vor 2 Monate
I’m from South Eastern PA what part of PA are you from? My paternal grandfather was born and raised in Germany though I never met him. But that explains my life long curious fir German food etc love your videos
Lukie Skywalker
Lukie Skywalker Vor 2 Monate
When my cousin was younger he was a very picky eater (well, he still is) and he was invited to a friend’s house and obviously the mum wanted to make something he liked. She kept asking him „Do you like this? Do you like that?“ and each time the answer was no. Eventually she asked him what he liked and he said: „My three favorite foods are Pancakes, Crépes and Kaiserschmarrn.“ Some would argue they are all the same thing...to him not so much.
Bethlehem Eisenhour
Bethlehem Eisenhour Vor 2 Monate
Putting the bread in water is done here in Greece as well.. Ground beef is a good example.
Alex L
Alex L Vor 2 Monate
"eat healthy" in the US xD good luck with that
rose28357
rose28357 Vor 2 Monate
Kaiserschmarrn has to be cooked like a pancake, then tear the peaces apart with to spoons. Put it back to your pan and roast it with butter and some sugar again. That gives a caramel fast an some crunchiness.
rose28357
rose28357 Vor 2 Monate
For Kaiserschmarrn side dish peel some Apple and cook them until they fall apart. Add some sugar if the apple a bit sauer and let it cool down to roomtemperature.
rose28357
rose28357 Vor 2 Monate
Typicaly you use leftover of old bread which is already stone hard. Then you have to soake it to become it soft again. That is the way how we recycle our bread 😎
mamavegana
mamavegana Vor 2 Monate
Schmarrn also means rubbish or nonsense, that someone is talking or thinking up. :^D
Kelly does her thing
thank you! :)
Sue Nuckles
Sue Nuckles Vor 2 Monate
I like to mix fruit juice with carbonated water or 7 UP or Sprite.
Pliny 830
Pliny 830 Vor 2 Monate
Soaking the bread in water (or milk) and then squeezing out the moisture is the way you make American meatloaf as well, Nothing unusual at all. You have to squeeze all the water out of the greens. It's important. Some people make their meat stuffing for ravioli in roughly the same way, just that there's a lot of grated cheese. If you have a standing mixer you can use the dough hook.
peter koller
peter koller Vor 2 Monate
Kaiserschmarren raises nicely and gets really fluffy if you do it very slowly in the oven, not on the stove, and only turn it over at the very end.
Engineering Bear
Engineering Bear Vor 2 Monate
Have you tried beef Gulasch w/o potatoes and carrota and w/ tagliatelle? Also as I know it it needs alot more onions. Of course you do you, just throwing ideas. Also it is generally said (and I can confirm this) that Gulasch is even better warmed up on the next day.
Engineering Bear
Engineering Bear Vor 2 Monate
There is a story in Austria about the origin of Kaiserschmarrn, saying that the Kaiser's cook once wanted to make pancakes, which are usually skinny in Austria, but unfortunately they turned out to become fluffy while cooking. The cook decided to cut it into chunks as soon as it wasn't liquid anymore, so that the Kaiser didn't have to cope with that big fluffy dough, and he served it with apple mouse, because he feared it may become to dry. As he brought it to the Kaiser, he apologized that the pancakes are not what they usually are, and the Kaiser said: 'Geh gib halt her den Schmarrn.' which literally translates to 'Nevermind, just give me that mess.' He liked it and they started making it regularly and calling it Kaiserschmarrn.
Baccatube79
Baccatube79 Vor 2 Monate
Also, the Maultaschen will look nicer and the edges will be sealed better if you rub some eggyolk on them before folding them together and afterwards you press them together with the pins of a fork.
Baccatube79
Baccatube79 Vor 2 Monate
Fresh bread is way too moist. You need to take bread that has been sitting exposed to dry air about a week, then soak, squeeze and crumble it.
Marla Jacques
Marla Jacques Vor 2 Monate
I miss the amazing vegan food in Germany! 💚
Tim Forest
Tim Forest Vor 2 Monate
Love your channel Kelly. I was stationed in Frankfurt from 1984 to 1988 and fell in love with German food. My favorite is Jaegerschnitzel with the brown mushroom gravy that was served with a small spinach and lettuce salad. Great video and I'm going to try your recipe. It looks delicious. Incidentally, I also became addicted to German coffee and found my favorite Jacobs Kronung from Amazon.
Plataforma 23
Plataforma 23 Vor 2 Monate
Hi Kelly how are you doing I’m from Brazil and I found your channel kind of by chance Nice content by the way Your vibe is very good So I learning English by my way and it’s kind of videos helps me a lot Thanks
Ruby Tuesday
Ruby Tuesday Vor 2 Monate
Your Kaiserschmarrn looks perfekt :) That's exactly how my mother teached me to make it :) And the flipping almost never works, but thats the Kaiserschmarrn-Style. My favorite Austrian Food is Schnitzel with Potatosalad, Cranberry-jam and Lemon and for the dessert Appleswirl with Vanillasauce. Greetings from Vienna :D
Michel Roerig
Michel Roerig Vor 2 Monate
Wow Kelly, regarding your cooking, you are almost half german. Amazing !!! I live in the nothern of Hesse (center of Germany). We love our "Ahle Wurscht" (sausage which is durable for a very long time) and is a sort of salami (but better). You can order it by internet for example at www.landfleischerei-koch.de/ www.feinkost-rohde.de/ www.fleischerei-muehlhausen.de/?gclid=CjwKCAiA5qTfBRAoEiwAwQy-6VD0v9sFwElAnVdqsAsg_ojJuYBQLS-flIwcxGVsYNFaS-cogzksihoCQigQAvD_BwE
Michel Roerig
Michel Roerig Vor 2 Monate
I recommend to put the bread into milk and not into water.
Christopher Fritz
Christopher Fritz Vor 2 Monate
Whole Foods is one of the most expensive stores to shop. Farmers’ markets are a less expensive way to get fresh veg/dairy/eggs.
Kadniss Everdeen
Kadniss Everdeen Vor 2 Monate
the Kaiserschmarn is austrian food!!!!!!
John Pennell
John Pennell Vor 2 Monate
Keep up the wonderful videos. I recently began watching them.
Patrick Gautschi
Patrick Gautschi Vor 2 Monate
Maultaschen = Herrgottsbescheißerle which means 'cheating god' your version is more vegetaran but the classical is mainly meat paste called 'Brät'. There you don't need the bread. In the old days your were not allowed to eat meat on Fridays. Hence the Swabians hid the meat paste in the pasta dough. It therefore very popular having Maultaschen on Fridays. The wet old bread used in dumplings is to glue it and to keep it fluffy.
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what I miss about German foods is the butter pretzel I ate for school every morning. ... the German milka schokolade the curry wurst street food... and waldmeister jello..
SpeckTakel
SpeckTakel Vor 2 Monate
Oh my gosh gurl you know when you said you were going to make Spetzle I gave up all my hope. I was like okay she is not going to make it. This is going to be a Desaster. I know how hard it was for me to start cooking Spetzle. But when you pulled out the Spetzlereibe or Spetzle-maker or whatsoever and told us that your mom made Spetzle I got my hope for this project back. I am very proud of you.
SpeckTakel
SpeckTakel Vor 2 Monate
Schmarrn is also a synonym for humbug or a joke or something. It took me as a kid a while to understand that Kaiserschmarrn isn't some sort of funny historical reference 😄
Mayo
Mayo Vor 2 Monate
Rustic bread? That looks hardly more rustic than the regular white sandwich stuff that you call bread in America 😂 There, *rustic bread* : goo.gl/images/k4foAe
florence fiancée
florence fiancée Vor 2 Monate
A winebottle is a better substitute than the can ;D.
helfgott david
helfgott david Vor 2 Monate
Dear Kelly I certainly do understand your confusion about what we eat in germany. Now here is someting NOT everyone likes. Its a result of the hunger years after the war and i was eating it with my beloved grandfather as a child and nobody likes it but me.I LOVE IT Some Pumpernickel bread, butter, slices of blutwurst( i was trying to find the english word for it) onions,real hot mustard, like Löwensenf( Not the babypoo they call mustard in the us), and some Maggie sauce. That my grandpa called it: Beamtenschnitzel. AND he made sure we had an apple every day I know ........but i could kill for it, YES we germans are STRANGE:):):) Please forgive me , english is not my native language
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