Good old fashioned cooking from PA.
Simple Ingredients, Deliciously Prepared - Pennsylvania Dutch Style
A bit of history and background information to help explain the Pennsylvania Dutch style of cooking
Chicken Corn Noodle Soup
This old-fashioned Pa.Dutch soup is sold at food stands at many fairs, festivals, and carnivals in Pa.Dutch Country, usually at Grange stands. Itīs frequently on local restaurant menus too.
Fastnachts - a Pennsylvania Dutch Shrove Tuesday Tradition
In Pennsylvania Dutch country, Shrove Tuesday, the day before the start of Lent, is known as "Fastnacht Day." The Pennsylvania Dutch celebrate Shrove Tuesday by eating yeast raised potato doughnuts, which are lovingly known as a "Fastnachts."
Breaded Veal Cutlets (Weiner Schnitzel)
Breaded veal cutlets, or Weiner Schnitzel, is another Pennsylvania Dutch favorite. Weiner Schnitzel is sometimes served with a fried egg on top. This is how Weiner Schnitzel is served in Germany, and not really an old Pa. Dutch tradition.
Chicken or Turkey & Waffles
This Pennsylvania Dutch dish is quick and easy to fix with leftover chicken or turkey.
Chicken Pot Pie or Chicken & Dumplings - Pennsylvania Dutch Style
Pennsylvania Dutch Pot Pie is really not a pie. Itīs a delicious thick chicken stew, similar to Chicken and Dumplings, but made with square pot pie noodles instead of the dumplings. Use ready made noodles or make them from scratch with this easy recipe.
Fastnachts, a Pa. Dutch Shrove Tuesday Tradition
The Pennsylvania Dutch celebrate Shrove Tuesday by eating yeast raised potato doughnuts, which are lovingly known as "Fastnachts."
Old-Fashioned Pulled Molasses Candy
This is an old Pennsylvania Dutch candy recipe that my Mom used to make every Christmas. Pulled molasses candy is often referred to as "moshey".
Pennsylvania Dutch Corn Pie
This dinner pie is a popular one-dish meal in Pennsylvania Dutch country.
Pennsylvania Dutch Pie Recipes
No Pennsylvania Dutch meal would be complete without delectable desserts. Family gatherings often have a variety of end of the meal treats. Thereīs fruit desserts, creamy puddings, cakes, plus pies, pies and more pies
Pennsylvania Dutch Potato Filling
A blend of mashed potatoes and tasty bread filling is baked to perfection in this popular Pennsylvania Dutch recipe.
Pennsylvania Dutch Stewed Dried Corn
This delicious Pennsylvania Dutch recipe is made from Copeīs Corn, a dried corn product. Itīs a popular holiday side dish in Pa. Dutch country.
Pork and Sauerkraut for New Year's Day
According to Pennsylvania Dutch tradition, pork and sauerkraut will bring good luck to you and your family in the year ahead, if itīs your first meal of the new year.
Red Beet Eggs
Make red beet eggs at least one day before serving so the eggs absorb the pickled taste and turn a deep red color. When available, use cooked fresh red beets instead of canned beets for extra color and flavor.
Simple Foods, Deliciously Prepared- PA.Dutch Style
Here's a bit of history and background information to help explain the Pennsylvania Dutch style of cooking.
Stewed Dried Corn
This delicious Pennsylvania Dutch recipe is made from Copeīs Corn, which might not be available in your area, but you can now order Copeīs Corn online.
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