Cinnamon Streusel Coffee Cake
Everyone needs a delicious coffee cake recipe in their repertoire, and this cinnamon streusel coffee cake recipe is the perfect option. Meaning "something strewn" in Old German, streusel is easy to throw together -- and then to throw on top of this sour-cream coffee cake. The sweet glaze in the recipe is the perfect coffee cake topping.
Apple Skillet Cake
This treat is heavy on apples and light on batter, so it's more like a thin German pancake than a dense cake.
Pork Schnitzel Medallions
In this updated version of classic pork schnitzel, thin slices of pork tenderloin are coated in Dijon-mustard-infused eggs before being breaded and fried until golden.
Rich orange-flavored pastry cream is sandwiched between layers of meringue-topped yellow cake in this decadent dessert. Martha made this recipe on "Martha Bakes" episode 713.
Green Beans and Spaetzle
Spaetzle -- a German dish of tiny noodles -- is often made by forcing dough through thelarge holes of a colander into boiling water;we like to use a potato ricer.
Baked Pork Schnitzel with White-Wine and Lemon Sauce
For the most succulent schnitzel, pound the tenderloin as thin as possible without tearing it. Toasting the panko ensures a golden brown crust without frying.
Black Forest Cookies
These rich, chewy cookies were inspired by black forest cake, a classic German dessert that combines chocolate and cherries.
German Sausages with Apples, Sauerkraut, and Onion
Use any fully cooked German-style sausage, such as bratwurst, flavored with ginger, nutmeg, and other spices; smoked knockwurst, made with beef or pork; and mild weisswurst, containing cream, lemon, and cardamom.