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EAT.
SHOP.
LAUGH.
Collection of recipes for
the 2023 Annual Report
this year, the motto
of Deutsche Euroshop’s
annual report is EAT.
SHOP. LAUGH. Match-
ing you will find a com-
pilation of local special-
ties from the regions of
our shopping centers in
this booklet. Let your-
self be inspired and Who
knows, maybe you’ll find
a treat or two that piques
your curiosity and that
you’d like to ­prepare at
home. Let’s start with
a personal recommen-
dation our ­colleague
Britta ­Behrmann, Senior
Finance Manager: Juicy
cheesecake!
Have fun browsing and
trying them out!
Dear reader,
CHEESECAKE - THE CLASSIC
PREPARATION:
• Mix all the ingredients
together well and bake
in a greased springform
pan at 160 degrees for
50–60 minutes.
• Then leave to cool (cheese-
cake is best in the oven),
­
carefully loosen the edge of
the cake from the tin with a
knife, remove the springform
rim from the cake and leave
to cool completely.
INGREDIENTS
• 500 g low-fat quark
• 500 g quark
• 4 eggs size M
• 250 g sugar
• 120 g flour
• 125 g soft butter
• 1 sachet vanilla sugar
• 1 sachet baking powder
• 2 tablespoons lemon juice
• Grease for the mold
for a cake
approx. 50 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Bake cheesecake the day before the big cake fight
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5 – Herold-Center,
Norderstedt
8 – Phoenix-Center,
Hamburg
11 – Forum,
Wetzlar
14 – City-Arkaden,
Wuppertal
CONTENTS
3 – Altmarkt-Galerie,
Dresden
4 – Rhein-Neckar-Zentrum,
Viernheim/Mannheim
2 – A10 Center,
Wildau/Berlin
1 – Main-Taunus-Zentrum,
Sulzbach/Frankfurt
6 – Rathaus-Center,
Dessau
7 – Allee-Center,
Magdeburg
9 – Billstedt-Center,
Hamburg
10 – Saarpark-Center,
Neunkirchen
12 – Allee-Center,
Hamm
14 – City-Arkaden,
Wuppertal
13 – City-Galerie,
Wolfsburg
Find out what culinary
­
specialties there are to
­
discover in the regions of
our centers.
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11
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19
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10
14
18
22
02
Centers abroad
15 – City-Point,
Kassel
18 – Olympia Center,
Brno, Czech Republic
17 – Stadt-Galerie,
Hamelin
20 – City Arkaden,
Klagenfurt, Austria
16 – Stadt-Galerie,
Passau
19 – Galeria Bałtycka,
Gdansk, Poland
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Center in Germany
21 – Árkád,
Pécs, Hungary
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03
GREEN SAUCE WITH
HALF EGGS AND POTATOES
INGREDIENTS
• 1.5 kg potatoes
• Salt and pepper
• 6 medium eggs
• 250 g herbs (parsley, chives,
chervil, sorrel, dill, borage,
cress, burnet)
• 2 onions
• 1 tbsp vinegar
• 2 tablespoons olive oil
• 300 g sour cream
• 200 g yogurt
• Sugar
PREPARATION:
• Peel and wash the potatoes and cook
in salted water for approx. 20 minutes.
Hard-boil the eggs in boiling water for
8–10 minutes.
• Wash the herbs, pat dry, remove the stalks
if necessary and set aside 4 stalks of ­
burnet
for garnishing. Finely chop all the other
herbs. Peel and finely dice the onions.
• Drain, rinse and peel the eggs. Remove the
yolks from 2 eggs and pass through a sieve,
finely chop the whites.
• Place the herbs - except for 1 tbsp for
­
garnish - in a bowl with the onions, egg
yolk and egg white. Add the vinegar, oil,
sour cream and yogurt. Mix ­
everything
well and season the sauce with salt,
­
pepper and sugar to taste.
• Drain the potatoes and leave to steam
briefly. Cut the remaining eggs in half and
arrange on serving plates with the sauce
and potatoes. Garnish each with 1 stalk
of burnet and the remaining herbs.
for 4 portions
approx. 50 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Serve with chilled cider
04
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Green sauce with half eggs and potatoes
Typical for
Sulzbach/Frankfurt
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Green sauce with half eggs and potatoes
05
BRANDENBURG GAME
GOULASH WITH MUSHROOMS
INGREDIENTS
• 750 g wild boar
goulash
• 80 g bacon
• 125 g sour cream
• 500 ml game stock
• 1 tbsp flour
• 150 g wild mush-
rooms, fresh, mixed
• 1 onion
• 4 peppercorns (black)
• 4 juniper berries
(crushed)
• 1 thyme (dried)
• Salt and pepper
• 1 shot of red wine
• 2 tbsp redcurrant
jam (black)
for 4 portions
approx. 2 hours
Quantity
Duration
Typical for
Wildau/Berlin
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Brandenburg game goulash with mushrooms
PREPARATION:
• First rinse the meat in cold water and pat
dry. Then cut the bacon into small cubes, peel
and dice the onion and clean the mushrooms.
• Then heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the
bacon cubes for about 5 minutes.
• Then add the diced onion and fry for a
­
further 5 minutes. Add the game goulash
and fry vigorously for about 10 minutes, stir-
ring to ensure that as much roasted meat as
­possible is added.
• Now add the red wine and pour in the game
stock. Add the juniper berries, peppercorns,
thyme and salt, cover and simmer over a
medium heat for about 1 hour.
• At the end of the cooking time, add the mush-
rooms to the goulash and cook for a further
10 minutes. Meanwhile, mix the sour cream
with the flour, add to the goulash and bring
to the boil once.
• Finally, season the Brandenburg venison
­
goulash with salt and pepper to taste, stir in
the blackcurrant jam and serve.
Tip:
The goulash goes perfectly with potatoes,
pasta or fresh baguette bread
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Brandenburg game goulash with mushrooms
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EIERSCHECKE
INGREDIENTS
• 750 g quark
• 1 pt. cream pudding powder
or vanilla powder
• 2 eggs
• 360 g sugar
• Fat and breadcrumbs
for the mold
• Ingredients for the blanket
• 375 ml milk
• 1 pt. custard powder
• 5 eggs (separate)
• 100 g butter
• 1 pinch of salt
PREPARATION:
• First boil 375 ml milk, 180 g sugar and
custard powder to make the custard for
the top.
• Stir in 5 egg yolks and the butter.
• For the quark layer, mix 2 eggs, 180 g
sugar, 750 g quark and pudding powder
in succession and pour into a greased and
crumbled springform pan.
• Beat 5 egg whites with a pinch of salt
until stiff and carefully fold into the custard
egg yolk mixture. Now place this layer on
top of the quark layer. The mold is
• full to the brim, but normally nothing
­
overflows when baking.
• Bake for approx. 1 hour at 180 °C top/­
bottom heat, covering halfway through if
necessary to prevent over-browning.
or a cake
approx. 30 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Sprinkle the cake with flaked
almonds before baking - later
serve chilled
Typical for
Dresden
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Eierschecke
PREPARATION:
• Cut the hand cheese into small pieces, heat in a pan with the cream cheese and
­
condensed milk, stirring constantly, until dissolved. Add the butter.
• Finally, add the sour cream and baking soda.
ODENWÄLDER KÖCHKÄS´
INGREDIENTS
• 250 g butter
• 250 g hand cheese
• 200 g cream cheese
• 1 small tin of condensed milk
• 1 cup of sour cream
• 1 teaspoon baking soda
for 4 portions
approx. 10 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Typical for
Viernheim/Mannheim
Tip:
Goes well with fresh baguette
or crusty bread
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Odenwälder Köchkäs´
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GREEN CABBAGE WITH
KASSELER, SAUSAGE, PORK CHEEK
AND SMALL FRIED POTATOES
INGREDIENTS
• 3 kg kale
• 3 onions (chopped)
• 250 g lard
• Salt
• 1 liter of water
• 600 g pork belly (lean)
• 600 g smoked pork loin
• 6 sausages (smoked)
• 1 kg jacket potatoes (boiled)
• Clarified butter for frying
• 4 tsp sugar
PREPARATION:
• Wash the kale several times, drain, pluck
from the stalks and chop into small pieces.
Blanch in salted water.
• Fry the onions in the lard until trans­
lucent.
Add the kale and season with salt. Pour
in 1 liter of water and cook for approx.
1–2 hours.
• Cook the pork belly and pork loin on the
cabbage for about 1 hour and the sausages
for about ½ hour.
• In the meantime, peel the potatoes and
leave to cool. Heat the clarified butter in
2 large frying pans. Fry the potatoes, turn-
ing frequently, until golden brown all over,
season with salt and finally caramelize
with the sugar.
• Slice the meat and serve with the pota-
toes and kale.
for 6 portions
approx. 4 hours
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Refine the kale with Bremer Pinkel
for a “creamy” consistency
Typical for
Norderstedt
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Green cabbage with kasseler, sausage, pork cheek and small fried potatoes
PREPARATION:
• Bring half a cup of water to the boil. In the meantime,
wash the rice and add it with the milk. Bring to the boil,
add salt and stir once. Cover, turn off the heat and leave
the rice to cook on the hob.
• Scald the sausages and dry them. Heat the butter in a pan
and fry the sausages until brown on all sides. Prick with
a roulade needle to release the fat. Be careful it splatters!
Keep the fried sausages warm and boil down the fat with
a cup of water.
• Spread the rice on the plates, sprinkle thickly with the
sugar and cinnamon mixture and pour the hot fat over it.
Then place the sausage on top.
RICE PUDDING WITH SAUSAGE
INGREDIENTS
• 3 cups rice pudding or
­parboiled rice
• 1.5 cups of water
• 5 cups of milk
• 1 pinch of salt
• 4 large sausages
• 2 tablespoons butter
• Sugar-cinnamon mixture
for 4 portions
approx. 30 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
A small side salad ensures
freshness on the palate!
Typical for
Dessau
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Rice pudding with sausage
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BÖTEL WITH CLAY AND STRAW
for 4 portions
approx. 2 hours
and 45 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Typical for
Magdeburg
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Bötel with clay and straw
INGREDIENTS
• 500 g sauerkraut
• 350 g yellow peas (dried)
• 150 g dried meat
• 5 juniper berries
• 3 l water
• 2 pork legs (salted)
• 2 potatoes
• 2 shallots
• 2 cloves
• 1 large onion
• 1 bay leaf
• 1 bunch of greens
• 1 tbsp clarified butter
• 1 tsp marjoram (grated)
• 1 teaspoon peppercorns
• Salt and pepper
PREPARATION:
• Soak the peas overnight the evening before.
• Bring 3 liters of water to the boil in a large
pan. Meanwhile, rinse the leg of ice cream
and greens, peel the greens and onion and
lard the onion with the bay leaf and cloves.
As soon as the water boils, add the leg of
ice cream, greens, onions and peppercorns
and simmer over a low heat for 90 minutes
with the lid on.
• Just before the end of the cooking time,
peel and finely chop a shallot.
• After the cooking time has elapsed,
remove the ice cream legs from the pan,
strain the stock into a bowl and set the
soup vegetables aside. Add the clarified
butter to the large pan, melt and sauté
the chopped shallot in it. Mash the juni-
per ­
berries with a fork, add them to the
­
shallot together with the sauerkraut, pour
in 250 ml of stock and simmer for 30 min-
utes with the lid on a low heat. Drain the
peas. Leave to cook. Meanwhile, peel the
remaining shallot and potatoes and dice in
the same way as the dried meat.
• Place the drained peas in a separate pan
with the shallot, potatoes, strained greens
and 350 ml of knuckle of pork stock.
­
Season with the marjoram, salt and pepper
and cook with the lid closed over a medium
heat for 45 minutes.
• After the sauerkraut has simmered for
30 minutes, add the ice cream legs and
simmer for a further 20 minutes or so. Just
before the sauerkraut and peas are cooked,
fry the diced bacon in a small pan.
• Puree the pea mixture with a hand blender
and then season to taste again.
• Cut the meat from the Eisbeine (Bötel) and
arrange on plates together with pea puree
(loam) and sauerkraut (straw). Spread the
dried meat over the peas and sauerkraut
and serve the Bötel with “clay” and “straw”.
Tip:
Served with a
cool dark or light
wheat beer
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Bötel with clay and straw
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LABSKAUS
INGREDIENTS
• 750 g potatoes (peeled)
• 2 onions (diced)
• 1 tin of corned beef
(cut into small pieces)
• 3 gherkins (diced)
• Some cucumber liquid
• Salt and pepper
• Allspice powder
• some beet (optional)
• Margarine for frying
• 4 eggs (fried)
• 4 Matjes herrings,
­
Bismarck herrings or
rolled herring
PREPARATION:
• Cook the potatoes as boiled potatoes.
• In the meantime, sauté the finely diced
onions in a little fat until they turn blond.
Add the finely chopped cor ned beef and
cook with the lid on for approx.
• Sauté for 3 minutes. Then add the diced
gherkins with a little of the gherkin
stock. Season to taste with salt, pepper
and allspice. If desired, add some diced
beet. Allow everything to simmer gently
for about 10 minutes.
• Mash the cooked potatoes a little, but
not as finely as mashed potatoes! Stir in
the corned beef mix. If the mixture is too
firm, stir in a little more gherkin water.
• Fill onto plates. Serve with fried egg
and matjes, Bismarck herring or
­
rollmops to taste.
for 4 portions
approx. 50 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Other pickled vegetables such as beet, silver onions or
mini corn also go well with it
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Labskaus
Typical for
Hamburg
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Labskaus
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ROTE GRÜTZE
INGREDIENTS
• 1 liter red wine
• 300 g sugar
• 250 ml water
• 100 g corn starch
• 2.5 kg berries, red,
washed and cleaned
PREPARATION:
• Bring the red wine and
sugar to the boil. Stir the
starch into the water until
smooth, then stir into the
boiling red wine. Add the
berries and bring to the
boil once. Chill for at least
3–4 hours.
• Keeps in the fridge for
about a week.
for 25 portions
approx. 3 hours
and 30 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Serve the red fruit jelly with
vanilla sauce or ice cream and
garnish with karamellized nuts
Typical for
Hamburg
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Rote Grütze
DIBBELABBES
INGREDIENTS
• 1.5 kg potatoes
• 150 g dried meat (smoked
pancetta or bacon)
• 2 small onions
• 1 bunch of parsley
• 2 medium eggs
• Salt and pepper
• Oil for frying
• Maggi
PREPARATION:
• Peel, wash and finely grate the potatoes
using a grater or food processor.
• Finely chop the onions and parsley.
• Cut the dried meat into small cubes.
• Now stir the onions, parsley, dried meat
and eggs into the finely grated potatoes and
season to taste.
• Then place in a sufficiently large pan, place
on the stove and heat the oil in it.
• Now add the potato mixture to the pan and
fry over a medium heat. Now it just needs
to be turned regularly, but always wait until
a golden crust has formed on the bottom.
• The meal is ready after about 20 minutes.
for 4 portions
approx. 1 hour
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Best served with a head
or endive salad
Typical for
Neunkirchen
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Dibbelabbes
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HANDKÄS WITH MUSIC
INGREDIENTS
• 4 Hand cheese
INGREDIENTS FOR
THE MARINADE
• 8 tbsp vinegar
• 4 tbsp cider
• 4 tablespoons oil
• 4 onions (diced)
• Pepper and/or
caraway seeds
for sprinkling
PREPARATION:
• Mix the ingredients for the marinade and pour over the
mature hand cheese. Sprinkle with pepper or caraway seeds.
• Served with hearty brown bread with butter and a glass of
cider if you fancy.
• Best kept covered in the fridge.
for 4 portions
approx. 10
minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Tastes even better if you
leave the marinated cheese
to marinate in the fridge for
2 – 4 days
Typical for
Wetzlar
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Handkäs with music
WESTPHALIAN POTATO SOUP WITH
HEARTY SLICES OF PORK SAUSAGE
INGREDIENTS
• 750 g potatoes
• 1 leek stalk
• 2 large carrots
• ¼ tuber of celery
• 1 large onion
• 1 clove garlic
• 1 tsp marjoram
• 1 ½ liters of
vegetable stock
• 1 ring (cabbage) sausage
• 1 sausage (Mettenden)
• 1 sausage (wiener)
• 1 bunch of curly parsley
• 3 tablespoons oil
• 150 g cream
• Salt and pepper
• Nutmeg
PREPARATION:
• Roughly dice the potatoes,
­
celery and 1 carrot. Finely dice
the onion and garlic and cut the
white part of the leek into rings.
Heat the oil and sauté the pota-
toes and vegetables well. Season
with the mayonnaise and con-
tinue to sauté for approx. 1 min.
Always stir well so that noth-
ing sticks. Pour in the stock and
cook over a medium heat.
• In the meantime, cook the
­
cabbage sausage in hot water.
Cut the second carrot into small
cubes and cook until al dente.
Cut the green part of the leek into
fine rings. Cut the sausage ends
and wieners into slices.
• Once the potatoes are soft, finely
puree the soup, add the cream,
cut the cabbage sausage into
slices and add to the soup with
the other sausages. If the soup
is too thick, you can dilute it with
the cooking water from the cab-
bage sausage.
• Now add the remaining diced
carrots, the leek rings and the
chopped parsley. Season to taste
with salt, pepper and nutmeg.
for 6 portions
approx. 30 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
If you can’t get
cabbage sausage,
use more pork
­sausage, wiener or
diced pork loin
Typical for
Hamm
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Westphalian potato soup with hearty slices of pork sausage
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ASPARAGUS AND HAM ROLLS
INGREDIENTS
• 1 tsp butter
• 1 pinch of sugar
• Salt
• 24 white asparagus
spears
• 200 g Emmental
cheese
• 8 slices of cooked
ham (not too thinly
sliced)
• some finely chopped
parsley or chives
for 4 portions
approx. 30 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
A dry white wine, such as
Riesling, goes well with it
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Asparagus and ham rolls
PREPARATION:
• Peel the asparagus with an
asparagus peeler or a sharp
knife and cut off the ends.
• Heat water with 1 tsp ­
butter,
sugar and a little salt in a
wide pan and add the aspara-
gus spears.
• Cover and cook for 12 to 15
minutes, depending on the
thickness of the sticks.
• In the meantime, cut the
cheese into
• Cut 16 slices. Depending on
the shape, cut the ham slices
into rectangles.
• Wrap 3 asparagus spears in
a slice of ham and top with
Emmen taler.
• Bake in a preheated oven at
200 °C for a few minutes until
the cheese melts.
• Serve sprinkled with parsley
or chopped leek.
Typical for
Wolfsburg
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KOTTENBUTTER
INGREDIENTS
• 1 Kottenwurst sausage
(smoked)
• 8 slices of brown bread
(wholemeal bread)
• 1 Butter
• 1 jar of mustard
• 1 large onion
PREPARATION:
• Cut the Kottenwurst into slices.
• Peel the onion and cut into rings/strips.
• Spread butter on two slices of bread. Place the sausage
on the bread. Spread the mustard on the sausage and
place the onions on top. Fold the slices of bread together.
for 4 portions
approx. 10 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
The Kottenbutter is eaten by hand
or with a knife and fork
Typical for
Wuppertal
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Kottenbutter
DUCKEFETT
INGREDIENTS
• 125 g bacon, fat or
bacon fat
• 2 cups sour cream
or sour cream
• 1 large onion
• Some oil
• Salt and pepper
PREPARATION:
• Cut the bacon and onion into small cubes and fry in oil. The onions
should not brown. Then add the sour cream and bring to the boil.
Season to taste with salt and pepper.
for 4 portions
approx.
10 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Serve with lukewarm jacket
potatoes and sprinkle with
herbs of your choice
Typical for
Kassel
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Duckefett
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ROAST PORK WITH
DUMPLINGS AND SAUERKRAUT
INGREDIENTS FOR
THE ROAST PORK
• 1 ½ kg pork neck with
bone - bone in
• Salt and pepper
• 2 garlic cloves
• 2 onions
• 1 piece of celeriac
• 2 tsp caraway seeds (ground)
• 2 bay leaves
• 4 allspice grains
• 2 tablespoons clarified
­
butter or pan butter
• 1 packet of gravy for
roast pork
• 1 ½ liters of water
INGREDIENTS FOR THE
SAUERKRAUT
• 1 tin of sauerkraut
• 1 tbsp clarified butter or
pan butter
• 1 onion, finely diced
• 1 tsp sugar
• 4 juniper berries
• 1 tsp stock (instant)
EXCEPT
• 750 g dumpling dough
• Parsley to serve
for 4 portions
approx. 3 hours
Quantity
Duration Typical for
Passau
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PREPARATION:
• When buying the pork neck, have the bone
removed. Clean, peel and wash the vege-
tables (carrots, onions, celery and garlic).
Rinse the meat in cold water, pat dry and
season well on all sides with salt and pep-
per. Heat the butter fat (2 tbsp) in a pan and
fry the meat (including the bones) well on
all sides. Finally, fry the onions well too.
• Then briefly fry the garlic cloves, carrots
and celery, deglaze with hot water and add
the spices (2 tsp ground caraway seeds,
2 bay leaves and 4 allspice seeds). Roast
with the lid closed for approx. 1 ½–2 hours.
Turn a few times and, when the liquid has
reduced, keep adding water. At the end of
the roasting time, remove the roast and
leave to rest covered. Remove the spices
(bay leaves and allspice seeds) and veg-
etables from the roasting juices. Stir in a
packet of gravy for roast pork and bring
the gravy to the boil briefly.
• Cook the sauerkraut while roasting / See
below for recipe: Heat the clarified butter,
sauté the diced onion, add the sugar and
allow to caramelize a little. Add the sauer­
kraut and juniper berries (caution: may
splatter!), sauté and add a little stock.
• (1 cup /1 tsp instant). Simmer for 20 min-
utes with the lid on. Stir occasionally.
Caution: Can burn. Add more stock if
necessary.
• Cook the dumplings in salted water (2 tsp)
according to the packet instructions.
• Cut the roast pork into slices with a sharp
knife. Serve the bones separately to nibble
off. Serve the roast pork with dumplings,
sauce, sauerkraut and the roast vegeta-
bles, garnished with parsley.
Tip:
Serve with different types
of mustard and taste your
personal favorite
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GUELPH DISH
INGREDIENTS FOR
THE CREAM
• 500 ml milk
• 40 g sugar
• 1 bag of vanilla
sugar
• 40 g cornflour
• 4 egg whites,
beaten until stiff
INGREDIENTS FOR
THE FOAM
• Egg yolk
• 80 g sugar
• 250 ml white wine
• ½ Lemon
• 1 tbsp cornflour
PREPARATION:
• Bring the milk and sugar to the
boil (reserve 5 tbsp). Stir the
cornflour into the remaining
5 tablespoons of milk, add and
bring to the boil briefly.
• Fold the beaten egg whites into
the hot cream and pour into a
glass bowl or glasses.
• For the wine foam, put all the
ingredients in a saucepan
(do not use aluminum!).
• Heat over a medium heat, beat-
ing vigorously. Allow to ­
bubble
up briefly, then remove and
­
continue beating until it has
cooled slightly.
• Pour the wine foam onto the
cooled cream and chill until
ready to serve.
for 4 portions
approx. 10 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Garnish with blueberries - their fresh
­tartness perfectly complements the sweet-
ness of the cream
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Guelph dish
Typical for
Hamelin
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Guelph dish
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CABBAGE THE MORAVIAN WAY
INGREDIENTS
• 0.5 kg potato
• 2 tablespoons flour
• 100 g bacon
• 0.5 kg white cabbage
• 2 l salt water
• 1 pinch of pepper
• 1 pinch of salt
PREPARATION:
• Peel and grate the potatoes.
• Remove the stalk from the
­
cabbage, cut into noodles and
boil in salted water until soft.
• Dice the bacon, fry the flour
briefly in it, add a little water
and add to the cabbage together
with the raw, peeled and grated
potatoes.
• Cook for 15 minutes. Season
to taste with salt and pepper.
ffor 4 portions
approx. 1 hour
20 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
Fresh herbs of your choice
round off this dish. The cabbage
goes well with meat dishes or
is suitable as a hearty, filling
snackin between
Typical for
Brno, Czech Republic
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Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Cabbage the moravian way
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BIGOS
INGREDIENTS
• 500 g game meat, pork and
beef mixed or just one type
• 250 g streaky bacon
• 250 g white cabbage
• 500 g sauerkraut
• 1 apple (tart)
• 3 tomatoes
• 3 onions
• 2 garlic cloves
• 1 bay leaf
• 2 tbsp tomato puree
• 2 tbsp paprika powder
• 125 ml beef stock
• 125 ml red wine
• n.B. Salt and pepper
• n.B. marjoram
• n.B. Caraway
• 2 tablespoons lard
for 3 portions
approx. 3 hours
and 45 minutes
Quantity
Duration
Tip:
It goes well with potatoes,
mashed potatoes or simply
white bread
Typical for
Gdansk, Poland
30
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Bigos
PREPARATION:
• Dice the bacon and meat and
fry in hot lard. Add diced onions
and chopped garlic with sliced
or finely chopped white cabbage,
diced apple, peeled tomatoes
(scald with water beforehand,
then peel and chop) and sauer-
kraut. Crush the allspice seeds.
Season the meat and vegetables
with allspice, paprika, caraway,
salt and pepper. Fry everything
well, season to taste and then
pour into an ovenproof dish.
• Mix the tomato purée, stock and
wine and pour enough into the
dish to cover the contents.
• is just covered (if necessary, top
up with a little red wine / stock)
• Cover and cook in a hot oven
at 220 °C top/bottom heat for
approx. 2 to 3 hours.
• Depending on taste, you can
also add mushrooms and por-
cini mushrooms (100 g each)
as well as 3 garlic sausages
½ hour before the end of the
cooking time.
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Bigos
31
KÄRTNER KASNUDELN
INGREDIENTS
• 250 g flour (plain)
• 1 pinch of salt
• 1 egg
• 125 ml milk
• 500 g potatoes (waxy) cooked
in their skins
• 500 g quark
• 1 teaspoon salt
• 50 g butter
• 1 small onion (chopped)
• 1 pinch of mint
• 1 pinch of parsley
• 1 pinch of marjoram
PREPARATION:
• Mix the flour, salt, milk and egg and
knead into a smooth, not too firm
dough. Leave to rest for an hour and
prepare the filling in the meantime.
• Peel the potatoes while still hot and
mash them with a fork.
• Fry the onion in butter until golden
brown. Leave to cool briefly, then
mix with the quark, salt and finely
chopped herbs and shape into
16 equal-sized balls.
• Roll out the dough one millime-
ter thin and cut 16 equal pieces from
just over half of it.
• Place the balls in the center of the
dough pieces and cover with the
remaining dough so that a finger-thick
edge remains around each ball.
• Press the edges together well and
“roll out” the finished pasta with a
­pastry wheel.
• Bring salted water to the boil, add
the pasta and leave to cook for ten
minutes just above boiling point.
• Pour over with brown butter or
hot clarified butter.
for 3 portions
approx. 45 minutes
Quantity
Duration
32
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Kärtner Kasnudeln
Tip:
A mild Grüner Veltliner
­complements the taste of
the Kasnudeln perfectly
Typical for
Klagenfurt, Austria
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Kärtner Kasnudeln
33
PORK ROLLS ZENGŐVÁRKONY-STYLE
INGREDIENTS FOR THE
PORK ROLLS
• 400 gr pork (sliced pork;
leg, shoulder or loin)
• 200 g mushrooms
(sliced, from the tin)
• 50 gr ham (sliced)
• 1 tablespoon sour cream
• 30 ml milk
• Pepper to taste
• Salt to taste
• 150 ml sunflower oil
(for frying)
INGREDIENTS FOR THE
BREADING
• 50 g fine flour
• Half an egg
• 50 gr breadcrumbs
PREPARATION:
• Roll up the pork slices well.
Then season with salt.
• Add a little water to the chopped
champignons. Cook for 10 min-
utes. Season to taste with salt
and pepper.
• Then add the flour slurry (it will
be very thick), then the sour
cream and milk. Cook for a
few more minutes.
• When the mushrooms are
cooked, spread them over the
slices of meat, place the ham
on top and wrap tightly. Make
sure you don’t put too much
of the mushrooms on, other-
wise they will run out when you
roll them up.
• Secure with a meat clip.
• Then coat in breadcrumbs and
fry in hot oil.
• Remove the meat sticks before
serving, the breadcrumbs hold
the mushrooms together.
for 2 portions
approx. 50 minutes
Quantity
Duration
34
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Pork rolls zengővárkony-style
Tip:
Rice as a side dish, but mashed
potatoes, parsley potatoes and
fresh salad also go well
Typical for
Pécs, Hungary
Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Pork rolls zengővárkony-style
35
Altmarkt-Galerie, Dresden
Published by
Deutsche EuroShop AG
Heegbarg 36
22391 Hamburg
Phone: +49 (0)40 - 41 35 79 0
Fax: +49 (0)40 - 41 35 79 29
www.deutsche-euroshop.de
ir@deutsche-euroshop.de
Concept
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Deutsche EuroShop | Collectiom of Recipes for the Annual Report 2023

  • 1. EAT. SHOP. LAUGH. Collection of recipes for the 2023 Annual Report
  • 2. this year, the motto of Deutsche Euroshop’s annual report is EAT. SHOP. LAUGH. Match- ing you will find a com- pilation of local special- ties from the regions of our shopping centers in this booklet. Let your- self be inspired and Who knows, maybe you’ll find a treat or two that piques your curiosity and that you’d like to ­prepare at home. Let’s start with a personal recommen- dation our ­colleague Britta ­Behrmann, Senior Finance Manager: Juicy cheesecake! Have fun browsing and trying them out! Dear reader,
  • 3. CHEESECAKE - THE CLASSIC PREPARATION: • Mix all the ingredients together well and bake in a greased springform pan at 160 degrees for 50–60 minutes. • Then leave to cool (cheese- cake is best in the oven), ­ carefully loosen the edge of the cake from the tin with a knife, remove the springform rim from the cake and leave to cool completely. INGREDIENTS • 500 g low-fat quark • 500 g quark • 4 eggs size M • 250 g sugar • 120 g flour • 125 g soft butter • 1 sachet vanilla sugar • 1 sachet baking powder • 2 tablespoons lemon juice • Grease for the mold for a cake approx. 50 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Bake cheesecake the day before the big cake fight 01
  • 4. 5 – Herold-Center, Norderstedt 8 – Phoenix-Center, Hamburg 11 – Forum, Wetzlar 14 – City-Arkaden, Wuppertal CONTENTS 3 – Altmarkt-Galerie, Dresden 4 – Rhein-Neckar-Zentrum, Viernheim/Mannheim 2 – A10 Center, Wildau/Berlin 1 – Main-Taunus-Zentrum, Sulzbach/Frankfurt 6 – Rathaus-Center, Dessau 7 – Allee-Center, Magdeburg 9 – Billstedt-Center, Hamburg 10 – Saarpark-Center, Neunkirchen 12 – Allee-Center, Hamm 14 – City-Arkaden, Wuppertal 13 – City-Galerie, Wolfsburg Find out what culinary ­ specialties there are to ­ discover in the regions of our centers. 04 09 12 17 20 08 11 16 19 06 10 14 18 22 02
  • 5. Centers abroad 15 – City-Point, Kassel 18 – Olympia Center, Brno, Czech Republic 17 – Stadt-Galerie, Hamelin 20 – City Arkaden, Klagenfurt, Austria 16 – Stadt-Galerie, Passau 19 – Galeria Bałtycka, Gdansk, Poland 12 16 13 15 17 1 3 5 7 9 2 4 6 8 10 11 14 19 18 21 20 Center in Germany 21 – Árkád, Pécs, Hungary 24 30 23 28 26 32 34 03
  • 6. GREEN SAUCE WITH HALF EGGS AND POTATOES INGREDIENTS • 1.5 kg potatoes • Salt and pepper • 6 medium eggs • 250 g herbs (parsley, chives, chervil, sorrel, dill, borage, cress, burnet) • 2 onions • 1 tbsp vinegar • 2 tablespoons olive oil • 300 g sour cream • 200 g yogurt • Sugar PREPARATION: • Peel and wash the potatoes and cook in salted water for approx. 20 minutes. Hard-boil the eggs in boiling water for 8–10 minutes. • Wash the herbs, pat dry, remove the stalks if necessary and set aside 4 stalks of ­ burnet for garnishing. Finely chop all the other herbs. Peel and finely dice the onions. • Drain, rinse and peel the eggs. Remove the yolks from 2 eggs and pass through a sieve, finely chop the whites. • Place the herbs - except for 1 tbsp for ­ garnish - in a bowl with the onions, egg yolk and egg white. Add the vinegar, oil, sour cream and yogurt. Mix ­ everything well and season the sauce with salt, ­ pepper and sugar to taste. • Drain the potatoes and leave to steam briefly. Cut the remaining eggs in half and arrange on serving plates with the sauce and potatoes. Garnish each with 1 stalk of burnet and the remaining herbs. for 4 portions approx. 50 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Serve with chilled cider 04 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Green sauce with half eggs and potatoes
  • 7. Typical for Sulzbach/Frankfurt Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Green sauce with half eggs and potatoes 05
  • 8. BRANDENBURG GAME GOULASH WITH MUSHROOMS INGREDIENTS • 750 g wild boar goulash • 80 g bacon • 125 g sour cream • 500 ml game stock • 1 tbsp flour • 150 g wild mush- rooms, fresh, mixed • 1 onion • 4 peppercorns (black) • 4 juniper berries (crushed) • 1 thyme (dried) • Salt and pepper • 1 shot of red wine • 2 tbsp redcurrant jam (black) for 4 portions approx. 2 hours Quantity Duration Typical for Wildau/Berlin 06 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Brandenburg game goulash with mushrooms
  • 9. PREPARATION: • First rinse the meat in cold water and pat dry. Then cut the bacon into small cubes, peel and dice the onion and clean the mushrooms. • Then heat the oil in a frying pan and fry the bacon cubes for about 5 minutes. • Then add the diced onion and fry for a ­ further 5 minutes. Add the game goulash and fry vigorously for about 10 minutes, stir- ring to ensure that as much roasted meat as ­possible is added. • Now add the red wine and pour in the game stock. Add the juniper berries, peppercorns, thyme and salt, cover and simmer over a medium heat for about 1 hour. • At the end of the cooking time, add the mush- rooms to the goulash and cook for a further 10 minutes. Meanwhile, mix the sour cream with the flour, add to the goulash and bring to the boil once. • Finally, season the Brandenburg venison ­ goulash with salt and pepper to taste, stir in the blackcurrant jam and serve. Tip: The goulash goes perfectly with potatoes, pasta or fresh baguette bread Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Brandenburg game goulash with mushrooms 07
  • 10. EIERSCHECKE INGREDIENTS • 750 g quark • 1 pt. cream pudding powder or vanilla powder • 2 eggs • 360 g sugar • Fat and breadcrumbs for the mold • Ingredients for the blanket • 375 ml milk • 1 pt. custard powder • 5 eggs (separate) • 100 g butter • 1 pinch of salt PREPARATION: • First boil 375 ml milk, 180 g sugar and custard powder to make the custard for the top. • Stir in 5 egg yolks and the butter. • For the quark layer, mix 2 eggs, 180 g sugar, 750 g quark and pudding powder in succession and pour into a greased and crumbled springform pan. • Beat 5 egg whites with a pinch of salt until stiff and carefully fold into the custard egg yolk mixture. Now place this layer on top of the quark layer. The mold is • full to the brim, but normally nothing ­ overflows when baking. • Bake for approx. 1 hour at 180 °C top/­ bottom heat, covering halfway through if necessary to prevent over-browning. or a cake approx. 30 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Sprinkle the cake with flaked almonds before baking - later serve chilled Typical for Dresden 08 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Eierschecke
  • 11. PREPARATION: • Cut the hand cheese into small pieces, heat in a pan with the cream cheese and ­ condensed milk, stirring constantly, until dissolved. Add the butter. • Finally, add the sour cream and baking soda. ODENWÄLDER KÖCHKÄS´ INGREDIENTS • 250 g butter • 250 g hand cheese • 200 g cream cheese • 1 small tin of condensed milk • 1 cup of sour cream • 1 teaspoon baking soda for 4 portions approx. 10 minutes Quantity Duration Typical for Viernheim/Mannheim Tip: Goes well with fresh baguette or crusty bread Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Odenwälder Köchkäs´ 09
  • 12. GREEN CABBAGE WITH KASSELER, SAUSAGE, PORK CHEEK AND SMALL FRIED POTATOES INGREDIENTS • 3 kg kale • 3 onions (chopped) • 250 g lard • Salt • 1 liter of water • 600 g pork belly (lean) • 600 g smoked pork loin • 6 sausages (smoked) • 1 kg jacket potatoes (boiled) • Clarified butter for frying • 4 tsp sugar PREPARATION: • Wash the kale several times, drain, pluck from the stalks and chop into small pieces. Blanch in salted water. • Fry the onions in the lard until trans­ lucent. Add the kale and season with salt. Pour in 1 liter of water and cook for approx. 1–2 hours. • Cook the pork belly and pork loin on the cabbage for about 1 hour and the sausages for about ½ hour. • In the meantime, peel the potatoes and leave to cool. Heat the clarified butter in 2 large frying pans. Fry the potatoes, turn- ing frequently, until golden brown all over, season with salt and finally caramelize with the sugar. • Slice the meat and serve with the pota- toes and kale. for 6 portions approx. 4 hours Quantity Duration Tip: Refine the kale with Bremer Pinkel for a “creamy” consistency Typical for Norderstedt 10 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Green cabbage with kasseler, sausage, pork cheek and small fried potatoes
  • 13. PREPARATION: • Bring half a cup of water to the boil. In the meantime, wash the rice and add it with the milk. Bring to the boil, add salt and stir once. Cover, turn off the heat and leave the rice to cook on the hob. • Scald the sausages and dry them. Heat the butter in a pan and fry the sausages until brown on all sides. Prick with a roulade needle to release the fat. Be careful it splatters! Keep the fried sausages warm and boil down the fat with a cup of water. • Spread the rice on the plates, sprinkle thickly with the sugar and cinnamon mixture and pour the hot fat over it. Then place the sausage on top. RICE PUDDING WITH SAUSAGE INGREDIENTS • 3 cups rice pudding or ­parboiled rice • 1.5 cups of water • 5 cups of milk • 1 pinch of salt • 4 large sausages • 2 tablespoons butter • Sugar-cinnamon mixture for 4 portions approx. 30 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: A small side salad ensures freshness on the palate! Typical for Dessau Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Rice pudding with sausage 11
  • 14. BÖTEL WITH CLAY AND STRAW for 4 portions approx. 2 hours and 45 minutes Quantity Duration Typical for Magdeburg 12 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Bötel with clay and straw
  • 15. INGREDIENTS • 500 g sauerkraut • 350 g yellow peas (dried) • 150 g dried meat • 5 juniper berries • 3 l water • 2 pork legs (salted) • 2 potatoes • 2 shallots • 2 cloves • 1 large onion • 1 bay leaf • 1 bunch of greens • 1 tbsp clarified butter • 1 tsp marjoram (grated) • 1 teaspoon peppercorns • Salt and pepper PREPARATION: • Soak the peas overnight the evening before. • Bring 3 liters of water to the boil in a large pan. Meanwhile, rinse the leg of ice cream and greens, peel the greens and onion and lard the onion with the bay leaf and cloves. As soon as the water boils, add the leg of ice cream, greens, onions and peppercorns and simmer over a low heat for 90 minutes with the lid on. • Just before the end of the cooking time, peel and finely chop a shallot. • After the cooking time has elapsed, remove the ice cream legs from the pan, strain the stock into a bowl and set the soup vegetables aside. Add the clarified butter to the large pan, melt and sauté the chopped shallot in it. Mash the juni- per ­ berries with a fork, add them to the ­ shallot together with the sauerkraut, pour in 250 ml of stock and simmer for 30 min- utes with the lid on a low heat. Drain the peas. Leave to cook. Meanwhile, peel the remaining shallot and potatoes and dice in the same way as the dried meat. • Place the drained peas in a separate pan with the shallot, potatoes, strained greens and 350 ml of knuckle of pork stock. ­ Season with the marjoram, salt and pepper and cook with the lid closed over a medium heat for 45 minutes. • After the sauerkraut has simmered for 30 minutes, add the ice cream legs and simmer for a further 20 minutes or so. Just before the sauerkraut and peas are cooked, fry the diced bacon in a small pan. • Puree the pea mixture with a hand blender and then season to taste again. • Cut the meat from the Eisbeine (Bötel) and arrange on plates together with pea puree (loam) and sauerkraut (straw). Spread the dried meat over the peas and sauerkraut and serve the Bötel with “clay” and “straw”. Tip: Served with a cool dark or light wheat beer Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Bötel with clay and straw 13
  • 16. LABSKAUS INGREDIENTS • 750 g potatoes (peeled) • 2 onions (diced) • 1 tin of corned beef (cut into small pieces) • 3 gherkins (diced) • Some cucumber liquid • Salt and pepper • Allspice powder • some beet (optional) • Margarine for frying • 4 eggs (fried) • 4 Matjes herrings, ­ Bismarck herrings or rolled herring PREPARATION: • Cook the potatoes as boiled potatoes. • In the meantime, sauté the finely diced onions in a little fat until they turn blond. Add the finely chopped cor ned beef and cook with the lid on for approx. • Sauté for 3 minutes. Then add the diced gherkins with a little of the gherkin stock. Season to taste with salt, pepper and allspice. If desired, add some diced beet. Allow everything to simmer gently for about 10 minutes. • Mash the cooked potatoes a little, but not as finely as mashed potatoes! Stir in the corned beef mix. If the mixture is too firm, stir in a little more gherkin water. • Fill onto plates. Serve with fried egg and matjes, Bismarck herring or ­ rollmops to taste. for 4 portions approx. 50 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Other pickled vegetables such as beet, silver onions or mini corn also go well with it 14 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Labskaus
  • 17. Typical for Hamburg Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Labskaus 15
  • 18. ROTE GRÜTZE INGREDIENTS • 1 liter red wine • 300 g sugar • 250 ml water • 100 g corn starch • 2.5 kg berries, red, washed and cleaned PREPARATION: • Bring the red wine and sugar to the boil. Stir the starch into the water until smooth, then stir into the boiling red wine. Add the berries and bring to the boil once. Chill for at least 3–4 hours. • Keeps in the fridge for about a week. for 25 portions approx. 3 hours and 30 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Serve the red fruit jelly with vanilla sauce or ice cream and garnish with karamellized nuts Typical for Hamburg 16 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Rote Grütze
  • 19. DIBBELABBES INGREDIENTS • 1.5 kg potatoes • 150 g dried meat (smoked pancetta or bacon) • 2 small onions • 1 bunch of parsley • 2 medium eggs • Salt and pepper • Oil for frying • Maggi PREPARATION: • Peel, wash and finely grate the potatoes using a grater or food processor. • Finely chop the onions and parsley. • Cut the dried meat into small cubes. • Now stir the onions, parsley, dried meat and eggs into the finely grated potatoes and season to taste. • Then place in a sufficiently large pan, place on the stove and heat the oil in it. • Now add the potato mixture to the pan and fry over a medium heat. Now it just needs to be turned regularly, but always wait until a golden crust has formed on the bottom. • The meal is ready after about 20 minutes. for 4 portions approx. 1 hour Quantity Duration Tip: Best served with a head or endive salad Typical for Neunkirchen Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Dibbelabbes 17
  • 20. HANDKÄS WITH MUSIC INGREDIENTS • 4 Hand cheese INGREDIENTS FOR THE MARINADE • 8 tbsp vinegar • 4 tbsp cider • 4 tablespoons oil • 4 onions (diced) • Pepper and/or caraway seeds for sprinkling PREPARATION: • Mix the ingredients for the marinade and pour over the mature hand cheese. Sprinkle with pepper or caraway seeds. • Served with hearty brown bread with butter and a glass of cider if you fancy. • Best kept covered in the fridge. for 4 portions approx. 10 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Tastes even better if you leave the marinated cheese to marinate in the fridge for 2 – 4 days Typical for Wetzlar 18 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Handkäs with music
  • 21. WESTPHALIAN POTATO SOUP WITH HEARTY SLICES OF PORK SAUSAGE INGREDIENTS • 750 g potatoes • 1 leek stalk • 2 large carrots • ¼ tuber of celery • 1 large onion • 1 clove garlic • 1 tsp marjoram • 1 ½ liters of vegetable stock • 1 ring (cabbage) sausage • 1 sausage (Mettenden) • 1 sausage (wiener) • 1 bunch of curly parsley • 3 tablespoons oil • 150 g cream • Salt and pepper • Nutmeg PREPARATION: • Roughly dice the potatoes, ­ celery and 1 carrot. Finely dice the onion and garlic and cut the white part of the leek into rings. Heat the oil and sauté the pota- toes and vegetables well. Season with the mayonnaise and con- tinue to sauté for approx. 1 min. Always stir well so that noth- ing sticks. Pour in the stock and cook over a medium heat. • In the meantime, cook the ­ cabbage sausage in hot water. Cut the second carrot into small cubes and cook until al dente. Cut the green part of the leek into fine rings. Cut the sausage ends and wieners into slices. • Once the potatoes are soft, finely puree the soup, add the cream, cut the cabbage sausage into slices and add to the soup with the other sausages. If the soup is too thick, you can dilute it with the cooking water from the cab- bage sausage. • Now add the remaining diced carrots, the leek rings and the chopped parsley. Season to taste with salt, pepper and nutmeg. for 6 portions approx. 30 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: If you can’t get cabbage sausage, use more pork ­sausage, wiener or diced pork loin Typical for Hamm Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Westphalian potato soup with hearty slices of pork sausage 19
  • 22. ASPARAGUS AND HAM ROLLS INGREDIENTS • 1 tsp butter • 1 pinch of sugar • Salt • 24 white asparagus spears • 200 g Emmental cheese • 8 slices of cooked ham (not too thinly sliced) • some finely chopped parsley or chives for 4 portions approx. 30 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: A dry white wine, such as Riesling, goes well with it 20 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Asparagus and ham rolls
  • 23. PREPARATION: • Peel the asparagus with an asparagus peeler or a sharp knife and cut off the ends. • Heat water with 1 tsp ­ butter, sugar and a little salt in a wide pan and add the aspara- gus spears. • Cover and cook for 12 to 15 minutes, depending on the thickness of the sticks. • In the meantime, cut the cheese into • Cut 16 slices. Depending on the shape, cut the ham slices into rectangles. • Wrap 3 asparagus spears in a slice of ham and top with Emmen taler. • Bake in a preheated oven at 200 °C for a few minutes until the cheese melts. • Serve sprinkled with parsley or chopped leek. Typical for Wolfsburg Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Asparagus and ham rolls 21
  • 24. KOTTENBUTTER INGREDIENTS • 1 Kottenwurst sausage (smoked) • 8 slices of brown bread (wholemeal bread) • 1 Butter • 1 jar of mustard • 1 large onion PREPARATION: • Cut the Kottenwurst into slices. • Peel the onion and cut into rings/strips. • Spread butter on two slices of bread. Place the sausage on the bread. Spread the mustard on the sausage and place the onions on top. Fold the slices of bread together. for 4 portions approx. 10 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: The Kottenbutter is eaten by hand or with a knife and fork Typical for Wuppertal 22 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Kottenbutter
  • 25. DUCKEFETT INGREDIENTS • 125 g bacon, fat or bacon fat • 2 cups sour cream or sour cream • 1 large onion • Some oil • Salt and pepper PREPARATION: • Cut the bacon and onion into small cubes and fry in oil. The onions should not brown. Then add the sour cream and bring to the boil. Season to taste with salt and pepper. for 4 portions approx. 10 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Serve with lukewarm jacket potatoes and sprinkle with herbs of your choice Typical for Kassel Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Duckefett 23
  • 26. ROAST PORK WITH DUMPLINGS AND SAUERKRAUT INGREDIENTS FOR THE ROAST PORK • 1 ½ kg pork neck with bone - bone in • Salt and pepper • 2 garlic cloves • 2 onions • 1 piece of celeriac • 2 tsp caraway seeds (ground) • 2 bay leaves • 4 allspice grains • 2 tablespoons clarified ­ butter or pan butter • 1 packet of gravy for roast pork • 1 ½ liters of water INGREDIENTS FOR THE SAUERKRAUT • 1 tin of sauerkraut • 1 tbsp clarified butter or pan butter • 1 onion, finely diced • 1 tsp sugar • 4 juniper berries • 1 tsp stock (instant) EXCEPT • 750 g dumpling dough • Parsley to serve for 4 portions approx. 3 hours Quantity Duration Typical for Passau 24 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / ROAST PORK with dumplings and sauerkraut
  • 27. PREPARATION: • When buying the pork neck, have the bone removed. Clean, peel and wash the vege- tables (carrots, onions, celery and garlic). Rinse the meat in cold water, pat dry and season well on all sides with salt and pep- per. Heat the butter fat (2 tbsp) in a pan and fry the meat (including the bones) well on all sides. Finally, fry the onions well too. • Then briefly fry the garlic cloves, carrots and celery, deglaze with hot water and add the spices (2 tsp ground caraway seeds, 2 bay leaves and 4 allspice seeds). Roast with the lid closed for approx. 1 ½–2 hours. Turn a few times and, when the liquid has reduced, keep adding water. At the end of the roasting time, remove the roast and leave to rest covered. Remove the spices (bay leaves and allspice seeds) and veg- etables from the roasting juices. Stir in a packet of gravy for roast pork and bring the gravy to the boil briefly. • Cook the sauerkraut while roasting / See below for recipe: Heat the clarified butter, sauté the diced onion, add the sugar and allow to caramelize a little. Add the sauer­ kraut and juniper berries (caution: may splatter!), sauté and add a little stock. • (1 cup /1 tsp instant). Simmer for 20 min- utes with the lid on. Stir occasionally. Caution: Can burn. Add more stock if necessary. • Cook the dumplings in salted water (2 tsp) according to the packet instructions. • Cut the roast pork into slices with a sharp knife. Serve the bones separately to nibble off. Serve the roast pork with dumplings, sauce, sauerkraut and the roast vegeta- bles, garnished with parsley. Tip: Serve with different types of mustard and taste your personal favorite Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / ROAST PORK with dumplings and sauerkraut 25
  • 28. GUELPH DISH INGREDIENTS FOR THE CREAM • 500 ml milk • 40 g sugar • 1 bag of vanilla sugar • 40 g cornflour • 4 egg whites, beaten until stiff INGREDIENTS FOR THE FOAM • Egg yolk • 80 g sugar • 250 ml white wine • ½ Lemon • 1 tbsp cornflour PREPARATION: • Bring the milk and sugar to the boil (reserve 5 tbsp). Stir the cornflour into the remaining 5 tablespoons of milk, add and bring to the boil briefly. • Fold the beaten egg whites into the hot cream and pour into a glass bowl or glasses. • For the wine foam, put all the ingredients in a saucepan (do not use aluminum!). • Heat over a medium heat, beat- ing vigorously. Allow to ­ bubble up briefly, then remove and ­ continue beating until it has cooled slightly. • Pour the wine foam onto the cooled cream and chill until ready to serve. for 4 portions approx. 10 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Garnish with blueberries - their fresh ­tartness perfectly complements the sweet- ness of the cream 26 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Guelph dish
  • 29. Typical for Hamelin Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Guelph dish 27
  • 30. CABBAGE THE MORAVIAN WAY INGREDIENTS • 0.5 kg potato • 2 tablespoons flour • 100 g bacon • 0.5 kg white cabbage • 2 l salt water • 1 pinch of pepper • 1 pinch of salt PREPARATION: • Peel and grate the potatoes. • Remove the stalk from the ­ cabbage, cut into noodles and boil in salted water until soft. • Dice the bacon, fry the flour briefly in it, add a little water and add to the cabbage together with the raw, peeled and grated potatoes. • Cook for 15 minutes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. ffor 4 portions approx. 1 hour 20 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: Fresh herbs of your choice round off this dish. The cabbage goes well with meat dishes or is suitable as a hearty, filling snackin between Typical for Brno, Czech Republic 28 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Cabbage the moravian way
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  • 32. BIGOS INGREDIENTS • 500 g game meat, pork and beef mixed or just one type • 250 g streaky bacon • 250 g white cabbage • 500 g sauerkraut • 1 apple (tart) • 3 tomatoes • 3 onions • 2 garlic cloves • 1 bay leaf • 2 tbsp tomato puree • 2 tbsp paprika powder • 125 ml beef stock • 125 ml red wine • n.B. Salt and pepper • n.B. marjoram • n.B. Caraway • 2 tablespoons lard for 3 portions approx. 3 hours and 45 minutes Quantity Duration Tip: It goes well with potatoes, mashed potatoes or simply white bread Typical for Gdansk, Poland 30 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Bigos
  • 33. PREPARATION: • Dice the bacon and meat and fry in hot lard. Add diced onions and chopped garlic with sliced or finely chopped white cabbage, diced apple, peeled tomatoes (scald with water beforehand, then peel and chop) and sauer- kraut. Crush the allspice seeds. Season the meat and vegetables with allspice, paprika, caraway, salt and pepper. Fry everything well, season to taste and then pour into an ovenproof dish. • Mix the tomato purée, stock and wine and pour enough into the dish to cover the contents. • is just covered (if necessary, top up with a little red wine / stock) • Cover and cook in a hot oven at 220 °C top/bottom heat for approx. 2 to 3 hours. • Depending on taste, you can also add mushrooms and por- cini mushrooms (100 g each) as well as 3 garlic sausages ½ hour before the end of the cooking time. Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Bigos 31
  • 34. KÄRTNER KASNUDELN INGREDIENTS • 250 g flour (plain) • 1 pinch of salt • 1 egg • 125 ml milk • 500 g potatoes (waxy) cooked in their skins • 500 g quark • 1 teaspoon salt • 50 g butter • 1 small onion (chopped) • 1 pinch of mint • 1 pinch of parsley • 1 pinch of marjoram PREPARATION: • Mix the flour, salt, milk and egg and knead into a smooth, not too firm dough. Leave to rest for an hour and prepare the filling in the meantime. • Peel the potatoes while still hot and mash them with a fork. • Fry the onion in butter until golden brown. Leave to cool briefly, then mix with the quark, salt and finely chopped herbs and shape into 16 equal-sized balls. • Roll out the dough one millime- ter thin and cut 16 equal pieces from just over half of it. • Place the balls in the center of the dough pieces and cover with the remaining dough so that a finger-thick edge remains around each ball. • Press the edges together well and “roll out” the finished pasta with a ­pastry wheel. • Bring salted water to the boil, add the pasta and leave to cook for ten minutes just above boiling point. • Pour over with brown butter or hot clarified butter. for 3 portions approx. 45 minutes Quantity Duration 32 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Kärtner Kasnudeln
  • 35. Tip: A mild Grüner Veltliner ­complements the taste of the Kasnudeln perfectly Typical for Klagenfurt, Austria Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Kärtner Kasnudeln 33
  • 36. PORK ROLLS ZENGŐVÁRKONY-STYLE INGREDIENTS FOR THE PORK ROLLS • 400 gr pork (sliced pork; leg, shoulder or loin) • 200 g mushrooms (sliced, from the tin) • 50 gr ham (sliced) • 1 tablespoon sour cream • 30 ml milk • Pepper to taste • Salt to taste • 150 ml sunflower oil (for frying) INGREDIENTS FOR THE BREADING • 50 g fine flour • Half an egg • 50 gr breadcrumbs PREPARATION: • Roll up the pork slices well. Then season with salt. • Add a little water to the chopped champignons. Cook for 10 min- utes. Season to taste with salt and pepper. • Then add the flour slurry (it will be very thick), then the sour cream and milk. Cook for a few more minutes. • When the mushrooms are cooked, spread them over the slices of meat, place the ham on top and wrap tightly. Make sure you don’t put too much of the mushrooms on, other- wise they will run out when you roll them up. • Secure with a meat clip. • Then coat in breadcrumbs and fry in hot oil. • Remove the meat sticks before serving, the breadcrumbs hold the mushrooms together. for 2 portions approx. 50 minutes Quantity Duration 34 Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Pork rolls zengővárkony-style
  • 37. Tip: Rice as a side dish, but mashed potatoes, parsley potatoes and fresh salad also go well Typical for Pécs, Hungary Deutsche EuroShop / Collection of recipes / Pork rolls zengővárkony-style 35
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