|Modern German Food|
|by Roz Denny|
German cooking is known for old-fashioned virtues: high quality ingredients, simple preparation and robust flavours.
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This is an old style German soup passed down many ... Finally, brown 1/2 sliced small onion in 1/4 to 1/2 stick of butter; add this to flavor the soup. Serve.
Saute onion in bacon dripping. Stir together flour, sugar, vinegar, water, salt and pepper. blend into pan with sauteed onions. Stir constantly to ...
Dissolve bouillon cubes ... for 20 minutes. Add soup and mix well, add cheese and cook until cheese melts. Serve with crumbled bacon over top. Serves 8.
Cook the potatoes in their skins; then peel and cut into small pieces. Use fresh or canned green beans cut into 1 inch pieces. Cook beans with water ...
Boil beef with ... egg and 1 cup sour cream together, then pour into soup. Add 1 can tomatoes before you add cream. Heat soup but do not boil. Serve hot.
Combine meat, mustard, ... minutes. Remove to soup bowl. Add cabbage ... meatballs. Yield: 1 1/2 cups. Exchange: 1 medium fat meat, 1/2 vegetable, 55 calories.
Put ham and ... onion with bacon. Add to ham. Mix flour and milk; stir into soup. Simmer, covered, for 15 minutes. Garnish with parsley. 6 to 8 servings.
Saute the bacon, ... not let the soup boil again. Beat ... thicken with a little cornstarch dissolved in cold water. This soup must be reheated carefully!
Peel, quarter and ... Dice bacon; fry. Add diced onion and fry until brown. Put in with potatoes. Add wieners or smoked sausage until heated. Eat with soup.
Heat all ingredients to boiling. Reduce heat; cover and simmer 1 hour. Makes 8 servings, 1 cup each (45 calories each).
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