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by Christina in Food & Drink

How to Make Tirolean Kiachl – the Austrian Croissant

As a little girl it felt like my father could do anything. One of his magic tricks was cooking a specific dish synonymous with Tirol: Kiachl. I still remember the smell and sound in our home when he made them. Kiachln are doughy discs traditionally served with Sauerkraut, though these days you will also find…

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by Theresa in Food & Drink

Recipe: Christmas Stollen from Tirol

Despite my best intentions every year, in the run-up to Christmas I always end up overindulging in sweet treats such as sugary “Vanillekipferl” biscuits and Christmas Stollen. But hey, let’s be honest, I’m not the only one, right? Marian Moschen from the website Mann backt has shared with us his special recipe for traditional Christmas…

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by Guest Author in Bits & Pieces

Bon Appétit! Mahlzeit!

“Eating soup gives you round knees” is a somewhat curious local saying here in Tirol. Its origin can be traced back to the fact that until a few decades ago soups were the main staple food in this region. Unlike today, soup wasn’t just a starter but a meal in its own right. It was…

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by Klaus in Food & Drink

“Apfelradln”: Enjoy the Taste of Tirol at Home

Apples, flour, eggs and milk. That’s all you need to make “Apfelradln”, one of the most popular sweet treats in Tirol. Mix them all together and pop them in the pan with a little butter for a few minutes et voilà. Check out the recipe below for what we think is probably the best way…

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by Theresa in Food & Drink

Cooking Recipe by Chef Michael Ploner: “Tiroler Paunzen” with Applesauce

World Champion at the 2018 Culinary World Cup in Luxembourg, Michael Ploner prepares fresh, locally sourced ingredients together skilfully at his parents’ Alpen-Comfort-Hotel Central in Nauders. The young celebrity chef likes giving his thoughtfully crafted fare a bit of a fun twist by making extensive use of the rich variety of herbs found in Tirol.…

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by Klaus in Food & Drink

Buchteln: A Sweet Treat from Tirol

Butter, schnapps, sugar, flour and eggs: the ingredients for Buchteln are enough to make a dietician run a mile, but we don’t care. We’re talking real soul food. Buchteln are one of the tastiest sweet dishes from Tirol and a real favourite of ours. They look a little bit like miniature clouds when they come…

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by Eva in Food & Drink

Recipe: Baking Bread the Tirolean Way

No good “Marend” (the Tirolean dialect word for a late-afternoon snack) or breakfast in the mountains would be complete without a loaf of freshly baked bread. Here is a great recipe for all you amateur bakers at home.

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