Vienna Sunday Kitchen - Recipes & more

Recently, I met a very dedicated, enthusiastic blogger, who has devoted herself to the Viennese and Austrian cuisine with her blog: Angelika Kreitner-Beretits

Grandmother's recipes and new creations - Vienna Sunday Kitchen

Angelika Kreitner-Beretits
Angelika Kreitner-Beretits

In her blog Vienna Sunday Kitchen you will find the recipes of her grandmother, the recipes of a real Viennese grandmother, who is still cooking with lots of passion, although already over 80 years, and also many other very fine recipes with the goal of presenting Viennese cuisine more presently and more diverse.

Because the Viennese cuisine is more than just Schnitzel and apple strudels, a fact you might have already noticed. And so you can find in the blog quite a lot of fine recipes with a very detailed instructions for the preparing them on your own. So how about classics like Grießnockerlsuppe (soup with dumplings), Krautfleckerln (noodles with cabbage), Wiener Erdäpfelgulasch (goulash with potatoes), potato salad, pancakes and many, many more.

Of course, there are also insider tips like for the perfect crust with the caraway roast or the especially fluffy apricot dumplings.

If you are not hungry now, you will for sure at the latest when you have looked at all the beautiful pictures on the website.

Cooking lessons from real Viennese - Vienna Cooking Classes

Viennese Apple Strudel
Viennese Apple Strudel

But it would not be Angelika if she cooks alone and only writes the recipes for you. Because if you are already in Vienna, how about learning the recipes live from "real" locals? That's exactly what she does with the Vienna Cooking Classes. Here you have the opportunity to cook with Angelika and other "hobby" chefs and then enjoy the fine meal. So, do you want to learn how to make apple strudel, Schnitzel or Tafelspitz (yes, these are the stereotypical classics, I know)?

The dates for the next Vienna Cooking Classes can be found on the website www.vienna-cooking-classes.at

Finally, we simply stick to the stereotype. A fine apple strudel, still warm with some dusty caster sugar, this is something very special. The recipe for the real Viennese apple strudel you can find on the blog of Angelika and to make it easier for you to prepare it at home, there is also a step-by-step video.

Simply enjoy it.

Greetings from the Appartements Ferchergasse

Stephanie

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