The Top 10 Best-Rated German Recipes

The Top 10 Best-Rated German Recipes

Just because you've never been to Germany doesn't mean you can't enjoy delicious German recipes. German recipes tend to be rich and heavy foods, but everything in moderation is okay. With so many German recipes to choose from, here are Recipe4Living's best-rate dishes!

German Potato Salad with Beer Dressing - Just so you know, this makes for a lot of potato salad - cut the recipe if you are not cooking for a large barbecue picnic.

German-Style Beef Sandwiches - Apple sauce and horseradish provide a sweet and spicy sauce in this sandwich.

German Sweet Chocolate Cake - This is a simple cake to make, even though you make it from scratch – no box included – you'll taste the difference.

German Chocolate Pound Cake - This delicious rich chocolate pound cake will be a hit at a birthday party.

Bierocks - Bierocks are meat-filled pastries originating in Eastern Europe and will work as a snack or full meal.

Hot German Potato Salad - A hearty potato salad with lean bacon, vinegar, and a touch of sweet.

German Oven Potatoes - A complete meal with boiled ham, cheese, and potatoes, flavored with chopped chives and sweet pepper.

German Pancakes - These giant pancakes will be a special treat to wake up your sleepy-eyed bunch.

Shrimp and Fresh Herb Spaetzle with Creamy Tomato Sauce - Spaetzle is a German noodle dish that is usually served with a heavy cream sauce and some sort of fish or meat. In this dish, the spaetzle dough is made with pureed shrimp for added flavor.

Schnitzel Paniert - A classic German dish that is breaded and fried. Delicious on its own or on a sandwich. Feel free to substitute chicken if you like.

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