Tag: Austrian recipes

Recipe for Villacher Kirchtag Soup

It’s the most wonderful time of the year in Villach – Villacher Kirchtag! Today I am sharing a recipe for Kirchtagsuppe, a delicious soup served during Kirchtag. Villacher Kirchtag is the largest folk festival in Austria, with a week full of festivities and more than 400,000 visitors coming to town to celebrate. Kirchtag is my […]

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Celebrating Easter in Austria with Carinthian Reindling 

Reindling is a traditional cake from the Austrian state of Carinthia that is served during Easter. On Easter, Carinthians will eat Reindling as a part of the traditional “Osterjause” which consists of ham, hard-boiled eggs and freshly grated horseradish. Reindling gets its name from the pan it is traditionally baked in called a Rein. The Rein […]

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Marillenkuchen: Austrian Apricot Cake

Summer means apricot season in Austria and nothing showcases this sweet fruit quite like Marillenkuchen (apricot cake). This week, I lucked out at the grocery store and scored on a flat of apricots for only 3 Euros! Needless to say, I have been busy finding ways to make the most of this fruit and now […]

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Marillenknödel: Austrian Apricot Dumplings

Today I am excited to share with you one of my favorite Austrian desserts – Marillenknödel. Imagine a sweet summer apricot, surrounded in dumpling dough, and then rolled in toasty bread crumbs and powdered sugar – sounds amazing right? When we first moved to Austria, I frequently saw this dessert in the frozen section of the […]

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