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09.2022

German Summer BBQ

Germans love BBQ. From spring to fall, barbecues are made on any occasion. A good barbecue not only requires delicious meat and lots of sausages, but also side dishes such as salads, breads, and desserts.
This menu does more than just show you how you can enjoy the taste of German barbecue even in Japan. It is a dish that can be enjoyed at home as an afternoon snack, a summer evening meal, or with a cold beer.
If you always like to order sausages at restaurants in Japan and finally want to know what an authentic German grilled sausage tastes like, or if you have been to Germany on a trip and had a delicious original German grilled sausage there and want to be able to enjoy this taste in Japan, I highly recommend you to book this class!

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This is a very light potato salad that contains considerably fewer calories than potato salad with mayonnaise. This type of potato salad is made with fried bacon and lightly seasoned with broth and vinegar, and is very traditional, especially in southern Germany. It goes very well with cold beer, grilled sausages and fried eggs. It is a popular side dish to serve with grilled meat at summer BBQ festivals in southern Germany or as a light afternoon snack with beer in beer gardens.

Compared to the Southern German potato salad, the Northern German potato salad is very colorful. Like Japanese potato salad, mayonnaise is used for the dressing. Each family and region has its own original recipe, but here is a basic recipe that I think is the most delicious of them all. You can make it with only vinegared cucumbers, or add corn, boiled eggs, sausage, or many other things.

Bread is always served at barbecues and can be served plain or with sauce to accompany the meat. In addition to pita bread and baguettes, herb bread is also often a favorite. This bread is baked with lots of fresh garlic and herbs as well as cheese. It is very tasty both freshly baked and toasted. It can be served as is or with garlic sauce (recipe in this menu), cream cheese, butter, or cucumber dip. The dough bakes in a fan shape, so you can easily break each piece of bread without using a knife after baking.

Dough containing rye flour or whole wheat flour is heavier than dough made with strong flour.
Therefore, it is necessary to use a strong sourdough to make a fluffy bread. The word “Sauer” in the word “Sauerteig” means “sour”. Sourdough contains a lot of yeast and lactic acid bacteria. This lactobacillus is what gives rye bread its characteristic sour taste and flavor.

Kutscher Leib” means “bread of the coachman” in German. It is a traditional Southern German bread with several special ingredients. The dough contains lots of rye sourdough and caraway. The dough also has a lot of black beer in it. Another special feature of this bread is that it does not need to be kneaded. You just need to stir all the ingredients well with a spoon. This bread goes well with cheese and salami as well as sweet jam and butter. In Southern Germany, this bread is a classic bread that is often eaten at supper or in beer gardens with a variety of toppings.

White bread rolls with no seeds or sourdough are the most popular rolls for Sunday breakfast, buffets, and sandwiches. This is close to the original white bread eaten by Heidi, Girl of the Alps. (For some reason, white bread is available on the Internet, but white bread = wheat bread.)
In Germany, everyone loves it and it can be eaten with sweet or salty toppings. It can also be used as hamburger buns or breadcrumbs when it dries out.
When you buy freshly baked German sausages, you will often find them served in rolls like this one. Since you hold the sausage in bread rolls, your hands don’t get dirty, you don’t need dishes, and you can easily walk around while eating at festivals.
This recipe is special because you don’t have to knead the dough, just mix it. It is easy and quick to make. You can easily bake fresh rolls for breakfast if you prepare the dough the night before!

Like the Vienna sausage, Thuringer Rostbratwurst (grilled sausage) is a very famous and popular sausage in Germany. It is a very spicy sausage made with caraway and oregano. It is grilled uncooked, raw, in a pan until crispy and brown.
A mincer and sausage filler is all you need. The difference from many other sausage recipes is that you don’t need a food processor or ice. If you don’t have a mincer, you can buy ready-made minced meat from the butcher and stuff the sausage skins with a pastry bag.

Cheese sausage is very popular in Germany. Cheese sausage with spinach is a special recipe I first learned from a butcher who served it to me when I was a student.
A mincer and sausage filler are all you need. The difference from many other sausage recipes is that you don’t need a food processor or ice. If you don’t have a mincer, you can buy ready-made minced meat from the butcher and stuff the sausage skins with a pastry bag.

Spicy bacon, fresh lemons and limes, plenty of fresh coriander and fresh chilies give this sausage a great, fresh, light, summery flavor. You can’t buy these sausages at the supermarket, only at special butcher shops. They go very well with fresh green salads, garlic sauce, and garlic bread.
A mincer and sausage filler is all you need. The difference with many other sausage recipes is that you don’t need a food processor or ice. If you don’t have a mincer, you can buy ready-made minced meat from the butcher and stuff the sausage skins with a pastry bag.

In Germany, there are countless marinades for meat. At German barbecues, meat is always marinated in advance in a flavorful marinade. The marinade in this recipe can be used for pork or chicken. Sweet and slightly spicy, it makes the meat tender and juicy and can be served on the BBQ or pan-fried in the kitchen. It goes very well with a cold beer and garlic sauce, or even a fresh salad.

Besides mustard and ketchup, garlic sauce is one of the most commonly used sauces for grilled meats and sausages. It is also very tasty as a dip for vegetable sticks. You can buy this sauce anywhere in Germany, but it tastes best freshly made and only takes 5 minutes. This sauce can also be used as a substitute for regular store-bought mayonnaise.

Summer is the time for lemons. On a hot summer day, lemon cake is a refreshing dessert. This very moist cake, filled with lemon juice, is very popular at party buffets and as a summer afternoon snack. It tastes just like freshly baked even after a week in the refrigerator. This is one of the most popular tray baked cake recipes in Germany.

From a single batter, up to 8 different cakes can be baked simultaneously on a single baking tray.
Tray baked cakes are one of the easiest ways to bake cakes. It is very easy and quick, and there are countless variations of recipes. Because it is easy to cut and easy to eat, this cake is very popular at birthday parties and picnics. My grandmother used to bake a tray baked cake every weekend when my family came to visit her. Depending on the season, she would bake it with different fruits, crumbles, icing sugar, almonds, chocolate icing, and with or without chocolate in the batter.
With this basic recipe, you can bake more than 10 different cakes throughout the year. The variations are countless. Every student can easily make their own recipes for themselves and their families.

Starbucks frappes are very popular. Unfortunately, they are very expensive and not all varieties are available year-round. With this recipe, you can easily make a creamy strawberry frappe at home all year round, just like Starbucks. Not only do I love this delicious frappe, but my kids love it too.

DATE

16 & 24 September 2022

In this time period you will have 2 days with Zoom Meetings for asking the teacher questions, meeting with other students and cook and bake LIVE together.

  • (1) Dark Beer Rye Bread, (2) Northern German Potato Salad, (3) Spinach and Cheese Sausage

TIME

3:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Tokio, Japan, local time

ZOOM MEETING TIME

  • 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
  • 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Zoom Room OPEN

In this time period you can enter and connect to the teacher and other students; choose your day and time freely.

The Zoom classes will get recorded for those, who cannot participate or want to listen to the teacher`s advise again.

4:30 PM – 6:00 PM is BREAK TIME.

COST

6900 Yen

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