Austrian Potato Salad without Mayo

Austrian potato salad is lighter than most versions because instead of using mayo it uses a base of vinegar and broth. We Austrians love having this gorgeous salad with a Viennese Schnitzel or with sausages for example. It is also délicious with a BBQ. Recipe Austrian Potato Salad 600 g waxy potatoes1 big onion3 tbsp white wine … Continue reading Austrian Potato Salad without Mayo

French summer vegetable tian

Tian is on the one hand a traditional Provencal dish, originally a simple flat or glazed stoneware, and secondly a culinary preparation, which is typical of Avignon and is considered a specialty by a large part of Provence. This is a variation on the classic, but it is my preferred version. I found it years … Continue reading French summer vegetable tian

Bohemien bread dumplings

What can we prepare with the leftover white bread from the previous day🤔 well there are several things like Bruschetta, vegetarian Cesar salad and french onion soup, but here I offer you something that in my opinion is almost unknown to most of you. A lovely stew with a fresh salad! A traditional dish from … Continue reading Bohemien bread dumplings

Courgette Bake

In summer I often prepare different vegetable bakes to accompany our BBQ meals, but also as a main dish for me as a flexitarian. Here is a bake like we often eat at my mother-in-law's in the southwest. Delicious, light, full of flavor and easy to make and eat. For 6 people 4 medium zucchini2 … Continue reading Courgette Bake

Wild garlic risotto – (Traditional & Thermomix)

It's wild garlic season, so I'm taking this opportunity to share with you a recipe that is to die for. Wild garlic has been widely used in Europe and Asia. You can eat the leaves as a vegetable or condiment. Their flavor is delicate. It is a very ancient medicinal plant known to the Celts … Continue reading Wild garlic risotto – (Traditional & Thermomix)

German potato pancakes

I posted the recipe for my 'Rösti' yesterday but another recipe based on potatoes which is a great German specialty are the 'Kartoffelpuffer' or 'Reiberdatschi'. They are made from raw grated potatoes. Not only very popular to make at home, the Germans serve it even as streetfood during fairgrounds, carneval and Christmas markets. My father … Continue reading German potato pancakes