Recipes from a German Beer Garden
If you're yearning for a German beer garden experience but don't live close to one or are stuck at home, don't despair. We have plenty of recipes for you to create your own beer-buzz Gemütlichkeit for your friends and family right in your back yard. Just get a few wooden benches, couple of long picnic tables, a keg of more of good beer (Bavarian, Berliner Weisse, or Kölsch), and... off to the kitchen to whip up these beer garden favorites.
These light and crusty frankfurter rolls appeal to all ages, from children and teenagers to adults, and they're perfect for your summer barbecue.
This German potato salad uses oil and vinegar in the dressing rather than mayonnaise, so it's lighter summer fare.
This fresh interpretation of potato salad is named after a busy working mother from Bavaria and uses cherry tomatoes, chives, scallions, and chopped German pickle for flavor and color.
Perfect for entertaining, these are handheld versions of the classic onion tart.
Courtesy of Löwenbräu, this recipe for coleslaw is enlivened with a bit of the famous brew.
A red cabbage salad with a sweet and pungent dressing, packed with flavor and nutrients. Fresh red cabbage, radicchio and red onions contrast with preserved vegetables. Quick and easy, too!
A traditional Bavarian dish consisting of Camembert cheese, butter, paprika and onions used as a spread on bread or pretzels.
German style hamburgers made with bread and eggs, similar to our meatballs — and served in corner bars, snack stands, and at home.
A popular snack with a Turkish origin, in Germany Döner-Kebab are served as a handheld meal wrapped in flatbread.
A spiced red cabbage recipe from Chef Olaf developed for the 2008 Toronto Gourmet Food & Wine Expo, and a hit with the public!
What could be more satisfying than fresh homemade German soft pretzels with their own dipping sauce!
Grilled German bratwurst gets a flavor boost from simmering in a Löwenbräu beer sauce. Just serve on a bun and add a refreshing beverage!