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by Christina in Food & Drink

How to Make “Zillertaler Krapfen”

Some dishes of my childhood were only prepared by my Dad. As he didn’t cook that often, these rare occasions were something special—and the food was simply delicious. I remember that I always had to loosen the belt after his signature dish, Zillertaler Krapfen. I just couldn’t get enough of this traditional Zillertal Valley dish…

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by Julia in Food & Drink

Spinach Dumplings: The original recipe to try at home

There are these days. It happens to all of us. It’s time to make lunch and I just don’t know what to make. Honestly speaking, it happens to me quite often. Well, if I’m at a loss, these spinach dumplings are just the thing! They are easy to make and always a hit with my…

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by Eva in Arts & Culture

Tirolean Cheese Dumplings: The original recipe to try at home

Stopping for lunch on the on-mountain eatery last Saturday I had resolved to opt for something else from the menu. In conclusion, I ended up with my favorite comfort food, my ski-day temptation par excellence: Kaspressknödel (Cheese dumplings). In fact, they are not real dumplings: they don’t have the form of a ball and they…

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by Eva in Food & Drink

Tirolean dumplings: The original recipe to try at home

Have you ever tried cooking Tirolean Speckknödel (bacon dumplings) at home? Watch the video below where we will walk you through every step of how to make this delightful Tirol staple. Of course we’ve got you covered and share this fantastic recipe with you. Enjoy!

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by Christina in Food & Drink

How to make Tirolean Kiachl – the Austrian Croissant

As a young girl growing up, I thought my dad could do just about anything. And one thing he excelled at was making my favourite traditional Tirolean treat. The smell of baking Kiachln drifting from the oven whilst the sauerkraut steamed, was something that the whole family would…

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by Eva in Food & Drink

Tyrolean Gröstl: the original recipe to try at home

Have you ever had “Tiroler Gröstl”? A local take on bubble and squeak, this bacon, meat, onion and potato fry-up is the kind of hearty fare that will set you right. Traditionally, it is a delicious and satisfying way of using up yesterday’s left-overs. It makes a great shared-from-the-pan mountain lunch. And it is quite…

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