Thursday, June 7, 2012

Schnitzel and Spaetzle

net pic of schnitzel

We were surprised 
when my daughter invited Hubs and I over to her house for a meal...
since she does not cook too much.

However her Grandmother, Oma, recently taught her how to cook these two German dishes....
schnitzel (breaded meat) and spaetzle (noodles).

We enjoyed the meal very much...
it was delicious
She can cook!


23 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Everyone needs to know how to make one special dish!

Helene said...

German food!!! When my father-in-law was alive, there was always interesting German food. He was a chef...direct from Germany! Delish!

diane b said...

One of my favourite dishes. My Swiss husband cooks it.

Ginny said...

How wonderful that her grandmother taught her this, it sounds so yummy! The picture alone is making me hungry! And I bet hers was even better then this!!!

Karen said...

Both are delicious!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

How neat!!!! I love German food... Every October we attend a festival --where they feature German foods and music... Excellent post ---and I know you are proud of your daughter and her cooking skills.
Hugs,
Betsy

sprinkles said...

Yum! Did you save me some? lol

The Elephant's Child said...

Her signature dishes? I am so glad that she cooked for you and that you enjoyed the food and the company.

Aries said...

Looks yummy. Guess she is all grown up and started to like cooking. You should post the recipe too for us. happy blogging to you

R.Ramakrishnan said...

Looks so delicious ! No wonder you enjoyed the meal !

Sandra said...

i was thinking say what?? then i read the english words for it and would love both of these.

Marissa @Life On Our Mountain said...

I've never tried either dish...
glad you enjoyed your dinner with your daughter!

Small Kucing said...

mmmm...too bad am too far away else i will invite myself over :)

Muffie said...

My mother used to make both! Great memories...
Peace,
Muff

My Journey With Candida said...

Yay!! Now maybe you will get invited more often. LOL

Debbie said...

Oh yes Oh yes... two of my favorites. Both of my girls did an exhange program to Germany, and we hosted their exchange partners in return. When the first one came home, this was something that she wanted us to learn how to make. (I didn't learn it. Her grandmother did. Why mess with the best? ha!)

Nancy Claeys said...

That looks awesome... good for her!

Deborah Ann said...

That looks awesome! Was it as good as it looks? I have never had that dish before...

DUTA said...

Schnitzel is a very popular dish in Israel, and very much loved by children. It usually goes with french fries and Cola beverage.

Flying high in the sky.... said...

Lovely, happy and wholesome post!! :) ...

Karen said...

Way to go, Leah! Such a talented daughter in so many ways...

Wanda said...

Job well done for both your daughter and her grandmother.

Glenda said...

Maybe this the beginning a new family tradition! :) Food cooked by someone else always tastes so good!

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