The European cuisine is very diverse. While the Schengener Agreement founded the political bond of Europe, you find different specialties in all countries within Europe. Even so, Italy is known for Pizza and Pasta, Spain is known for its Tapas and Sangría, Germany for Pretzels and Bratwurst, the Netherlands for Bitterballen and honey waffles etc., yet, these countries have a lot of more dishes to offer. Let’s eat our way through Europe!
- Authentic German Spätzle (engl. spaetzle) with mushroom cream sauceGermany has many regional specialties, such as the Swabian spaetzle. Being a German, Janice can confirm that spaetzle are a must-try when visiting the south of Germany. You will not regret it! Anyway, if youContinue reading
- Vegetable Paella – a vegetarian variation of the typical Spanish dishThis vegetarian recipe is a variation of the typical Spanish paella, which has its origin in Valencia. While the original paella contains meat, such as rabbit, chicken, snails, as well as vegetables, our vegetarian PaellaContinue reading
- Traditional Greek salad (choriatiki) – a taste of GreeceGreek salad, farmer salad or choriatiki, as the Greek call it, is an easy and quick to prepare and delicious salad. The fresh ingredients like tomato, cucumber, paprika and onion combined with with feta cheese,Continue reading
- Endive stamppot (mash pot) – a vegetarian version of a typical Dutch dishA mash pot (in Dutch: stamppot) is a traditional Dutch dish made from mashed potatoes combined with one or several vegetables, such as endive, kale, carrots or sauerkraut. Yet, you can also find stamppot inContinue reading
- Strawberry cake á la Mama – for a typical German ‚Kaffee und Kuchen‘Germany is well known for their ‘Kaffee und Kuchen’ (coffee and cake). Therefore, the traditional and delicious recipe of a strawberry cake of Janice her mum should not be missed! The great thing about thisContinue reading