Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking Articles
Home Cooking articles about cooking Pennsylvania Dutch style
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."
Harvest Apple Cake Recipe
This glazed apple-nut cake bakes up easy and rises high in a tube cake pan. This delicious apple dessert cake is a great ending for fall meals.
Momīs Recipes - Family Treasures
Like all good Pennsylvania Dutch cooks of her generation, many of my motherīs recipes were stored only "in her head" and she measured by heaping cups, heaping spoonfuls, pinches and enough to make it look right, feel right or taste right. Hereīs few a few of my Mothers favorite recipes, translated into standard measurements.
Pa. Dutch Pumpkin Fritters Recipe
Hereīs a recipe for a Pennyslvania Dutch style pumpkin treat. Serve warm, covered in a cinnamon and sugar mixture.
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.
Pork & Sauerkraut
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. Serve it every January 1st!
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These Pennsylvania Dutch treats are great take-along snacks. Hereīs 4 flavors.
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