German

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Honey Schnitzel balances sweet and savory for a simple and delicious main course! The pork is cooked to juicy perfection and then draped in a honey and citrus sauce infused with extra meaty flavor. Served alongside fluffy mashed potatoes and green peas, Honey Schnitzel is hearty, hot, and satisfying after a long day. It only takes 20 minutes to make so you can enjoy it any day of the week!

Posted: March 21
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Beef Schnitzel is almost like an international version of chicken-fried steak; both are crispy-on-the-outside, juicy-on-the-inside fried steaks. But where chicken fried steak uses gravy to add a touch of richness, Beef Schnitzel has richness cooked right into the breading with copious amounts of butter. With a little lemon for brightness, this main course has a satisfying crunch and steak that's cooked with sensational savoriness. You can serve it on its own alongside rice or potatoes or as the star of a truly epic sandwich.

Posted: November 18
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Rouladen is a traditional German dish that wraps tangy mustard and sour pickles in slow-cooked, tender steak. Slicing into them, you can actually see a spiral of savory flavors that feels festive and fun! Rouladen's contrast of sourness and fattiness brings out the best of both worlds, and that doesn't even get into the luscious, meaty gravy that's coating everything. It's a prime example of a set-it-and-forget-it dish you just can't forget!

Posted: December 15
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Black Forest Cake is one of Germany's most recognized and prized desserts. It's no wonder why! Rich and light chocolate sponge cake, layered with ripe cherries and sweet cream frosting, makes for a joyous dessert. Add in the pleasant boozy buzz from the infusions and soakings of kirsch—a cherry liqueur—and you have a cake that's the literal life of the party! Sweet, tart, fruity, chocolatey, creamy, and with just a touch of spirits for extra vibrancy, Black Forest Cake is as thick with wondrous flavors as its namesake is with trees!

Posted: October 20
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There always seems to come a point in the middle of summer when the heat is a-blazin' and unbearable, and not a single warm dish sounds appetizing. When that time rolls around, it's mandatory to have a recipe on hand that is cool, refreshing, and, as an added bonus, nourishing. German Cucumber Salad checks all those boxes and then some! Crunchy cucumbers and sweet onions swim in a rejuvenating, creamy, and sweet German-inspired dressing. The part that will make your ears perk up—this delightful, flavorful salad is chilled and eaten cold! German Cucumber Salad is here to ensure you stay as cool as a cucumber this season!

Posted: July 3
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If you're looking to celebrate the land of Germany or just searching for something tasty and new to try for dinner, Sauerbraten is the answer in both cases! You might become biased towards this version of the traditional German dish because you simply dump all the savory and sweet seasonings on top of the tender, juicy beef roast in a slow cooker. The only extra step you'll take is thickening some of the yummy cooking juices over the stovetop so that you can drench it all over the cooked roast to ensure you get the sweet, tingly flavor in every single bite. With each taste, the deliciousness of Sauerbraten might convince you to pack your bag and explore all the flavors Germany has to offer!

Posted: July 14
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Jägerschnitzel literally translates to "hunter's cutlets," and each bite carries the same rustic, hearty flavor that the name invokes. The pork cutlets are fried to a golden brown, enveloping the juiciness and savoriness in a crunchy breadcrumb coating. Draped over top is a creamy gravy, overflowing with meaty flavor thanks to the mushrooms, beef broth, and fatty, crispy bacon. Ready in just 30 minutes, Jägerschnitzel will have you ready to jump into the hunt!

Posted: August 3
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