7 Incredible And QUICKEST German Dishes To Make At Home😋

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Love German food? Want to try some at home? Then you’ll love this article.

While it’s great to try something new, the time involved in cooking something you haven’t before can be hard to find.

However, with this list of the QUICKEST traditional German dishes you can make, you’ll have no excuse!

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In this article, we’re quickly taking you through 7 traditional German dishes you can make for dinner tonight with no fuss. Simply work out which one looks best for you and get cooking!

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The best part is that it’s not just a schnitzel or wurst (sausage) you are cooking, but something you may not have had before. But I’m sure you’ll love it.

In the video below, you’ll find these quick 7 dishes directly from a German kitchen.

She quickly goes through your choices and what’s involved in making them and then you can find the individual recipes here. There’s a good amount of variety and I’m sure you’ll find something you’ll want!

I recommend you watch the whole video so you can pick the best choice… Although I did find it hard looking past option 1.

So which do you pick? Let me know how it goes in the comments!

Want to learn more about German food? Find our guide to typical dishes here and the 8 most popular dishes here as well as our top 12 dinner recipes here. You can also find all our German food articles here.

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