Entries by Jakub Schäfer

Młodzowi kùch – Kashubians in Poland

Prep time: 20 min/Waiting time: several hours/Cook time: 50 min Ingredients (cake) Flour | 1 kg Oil | 3 tablespoons Milk | 1 l Eggs | 6 Butter | 50 g Sugar | 50 g Raisins| 100 g Yeast | 100 g Salt   Ingredients (crumble) Butter | 50 g Vanilla Sugar | 1 Sugar […]

Potato Pancakes – German minority in Slovakia (KDJ)

Are you looking for an easy lunch or snack? Then our friends from the German minority in Slovakia (KDJ) have just the right thing for you – Super delicious Potato Pancakes!   Ingredients: 700g Potatoes 500g flour 1 Egg Salt Garlic Marjoram Sour Cream for serving Oil for frying   Peel and grate the potatoes. […]

Potato ravioli with finferli mushrooms

Ingredients: 400 g potato dough 250 g finferli mushrooms 1 tbsp marjoram 50 g brown butter 30 g grated parmesan ½ onion 1 garlic clove 1 tbsp butter 1/8 l cream 2 tsp chopped chives freshly ground pepper salt 120 g finferli mushrooms, sautéed   Wash the mushrooms and cut into small pieces. Peel the […]

Strawberry Tiramisu from South Tyrol

As the days get warmer and summer has arrived to Europe, what could be better than some fresh, fruity and creamy dessert? From the Alps in the South Tyrol the German minority has shared with us their recipe for a strawberry tiramisu.   Ingredients: 160g quark 160g natural yoghurt 1 pack of vanilla sugar juice […]

Lakumići – Croatian minority in Serbia

Who can resist the smell of freshly baked bread? Well, YEN cannot, which is why our croatian members from Serbia (CroV) have shared their Lakumići recipe with us!   For ca. 12 Lakumići   4 dl milk 3 egg yolks 3 full tablespoons sugar 1 ½ teaspoon salt 1 full tablespoon butter or vegetable oil […]

Capuns – Stuffed mangod leaves

The name capuns derives from the word “capon” meaning ‘a fattened rooster’. There are as many recipes for capuns as there are grandmothers living in Graubünden.   In this recipe the ingredients are listed in two languages – English and Rumantsch. You can find the Rumantsch word in the brackets following the English one. You […]