Today I present you another typical Austrian comfort food – Krautfleckerl! “Fleckerl” is a kind of small and square pasta, used in Austria for casseroles and so on. (See my Austrian ham pasta recipe) The word “Fleck” is used synonymously to the word “place”, but also means “stain”. The “erl” at the end of “Fleckerl” means […]
Every sad person on Earth should have a beloved one who makes him such fluffy apricot dumplings like the ones of my grandmother. The secret of the dumplings is that she roasts some breadcrumbs with quite a bit of sugar and butter, before the dumplings are rolled in them and are served when still fresh and […]
The summer holidays are here! To celebrate the day I’ve got an ice cream for you, to be more specific, it’s a cream cheese ice cream with raspberries.
My grandma is pure chaos. Not only is she a bit messy. But she is the personification of chaos. She writes her shopping list on the back of the bank statement, she stores her glasses somewhere in the microwave and in improvisation she is world champion. But when she bakes her famous Viennese Sachertorte, she gets totally calm and focused. […]
For her birthday party, my sister Mary made these wonderful cake pops. Each guest got one as a present. Actually, she made them more than two months ago, but I could not find the recipe anymore. Today, when cleaning the flat, I found it! So here we go: The recipe is originally from a cooking magazine for […]
Sugared Pancakes aka “Kaiserschmarrn” is a very classic and sweet Austrian dish, wich is not only eaten as dessert, but also for lunch and dinner (or any other time of the day). It’s sort of a fluffy thick pancake which is all “messed up” in the pan and typically served with plum compote or applesauce and […]
Apparently there are times when one really has time. Time for yourself, time for things that you otherwise do not have time to make. If that is precisely the case with you (!) or you are all excited about to transform your kitchen into a hell of liquid chocolate and pure chaos, or if you […]