Katie McElroy B1
Customs and Beliefs
Special Holidays ~
FIVE AMAZING GERMAN DISHES~
1. Apfelstrudel- This is an excellant pastry filled with an apple flavoring and has sugar , cinnomen, raisins and breadcrumbs. Apfelstrudel is made from an elastic dough, with many flakey layers.
2. Kasespatzle- This is kind of like the american version of mac and cheese. This are noodles made from egg and flour. Usually topped of with cheese. Sometimes even onione will be thrown into the bunch. These can be served straight from the pan so it is generally extremly hot when served.
3. Kartoffelpuffer- This is pretty much a potatoe pancake made from a mixture of flour, egg, onions and seasoning. These can either be served a sweet side or salty. You can eat these with you main meat corse of with a jam and some cinnomen butter.
4. Rote Grutze- This is a red fruit pudding which is more popular in Northern Germany. It is made from black and red currents and raspberries. Sometimes even with strawberries and cherries which are cooked inthere juice to thicken with cornstarch. It is usualy served with cream, vanilla sauce or even milk.
5. Schnitzel- This is a thin boneless cutlet of meat which is generally coated in breadcrumbs and served with lemon. You can make this with veal or even pork.
Garden parsley is a bright green, biennial, plant
in temperate climates, or an annual herb.
Celery is a tall, green stem with small, feathery leaves. Firm, crisp stalks and healthy dark green leaves attached to celery.
Dill is a aromatic herd and it has green feathery leaves. It usually grows between two and two and a half feet.
A juniper berry is the female seed cone produced by the various species of junipers. They are also a very pungent spice.
Pungent mustard oil is antibacterial and antifungal, warm and stimulating