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post #601 of 681

Oh yeah.  I was thinking that the bones and some of the aromatics are for making a stock or gravy, served on top of a breaded schnitzel type slice of beef round.  Or a rouladen.

 

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post #602 of 681

We are definitely building a nice stock here. Nothing gets breaded, though. Is this really unknown outside the Austro-Bavaria-sphere?

post #603 of 681

Lemon Curd

post #604 of 681

Time for a pointer, I guess. The meat stays whole during slowly simmering it.

post #605 of 681
The whole piece of meat in the oven with all the spices, root veges and stock and topped with mashed potatoes?
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post #606 of 681

I still have no clue either.  Probably one of those things that when revealed will be a slap the forehead DOH! type of moments.

 

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post #607 of 681

The potatoes are just the side dish. Pretty much obligatory, but they play no major role in the preparation. Look to Vienna. Or Munich. They all have it.

post #608 of 681

I'm tempted to say Sauerbraten but... no vinegar or wine.... hmmmm ... tough one Gene!

post #609 of 681
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I'm tempted to say Sauerbraten but... no vinegar or wine.... hmmmm ... tough one Gene!

Nope. Nothing sour in here. Bavarian/Austrian/Bohemian basics, folks!

post #610 of 681

It seems like a pretty basic pot roast, but I have no idea what it might be called in the given region.

 

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post #611 of 681

Rouladen with dumplings?


Edited by French Fries - 5/6/14 at 7:51pm
post #612 of 681

Siedfleisch ?with horseradish   sauce

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post #613 of 681

Tafelspitz ?

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post #614 of 681
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Tafelspitz ?

 

That's the word I was looking for!  It may not be correct, but when I first moved to Utah my landlord was a German immigrant.  Usually my roommate and I had sunday dinner with his family about twice a month.  Sauerbraten and tafelspitz were mainstays.

 

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post #615 of 681

Yup! Tafelspitz! That's the one!

 

If you never had one, try it. Slowly simmer the beef with the aromatics and the bones. The broth will be divine. Serve with potatoes and horseradish sauce. Attempt at presenting it more artistically:

 


Edited by GeneMachine - 5/6/14 at 10:11pm
post #616 of 681
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Siedfleisch ?with horseradish   sauce

Around here, Siedfleisch would mostly refer to the lesser cuts - belly, skirt and so on, often served together with Sauerkraut, blood and liver sausages on slaughter day. "Schlachtschüssel" - the German equivalent to a choucroute garni. Glorious. My godfather was a butcher, still doing home slaughter for the local farmers back in the day, it always was a good reason to have a party...

post #617 of 681
Good one Gene,
Glad that someone finally got it.
No aha moment here though, never heard of it.
Take it away Bendy :-)

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post #618 of 681

Try it, Butzy! The Austrian butchers know about 100 different cuts that can be used for slow simmering with aromatics and really made a science out of it. I have to admit that they got a point there. If only for the glorious broth coming out of it.

post #619 of 681


Siedfleisch  is also known in other parts of Germany as Kronfleisch,or Wellfleisch,or Stegfleisch :chef: 

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Siedfleisch  is also known in other parts of Germany as Kronfleisch,or Wellfleisch,or Stegfleisch :chef: 

Fun with local nomenclature - I'd say that Kronfleisch is a subcategory of Wellfleisch, Kesselfleisch or Siedfleisch, the former being exclusively skirt or diaphragm, the latter encompassing simmered skirt, belly, tongue, head, offal - at least that's how it is done in my neck of the woods.

post #621 of 681

And in Italy it is called a" bollito misto "

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post #622 of 681

Time to guess this one ?

 

Butter

Eggs

Milk

Sugar

Raisins

Salt

Powdered sugar

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post #623 of 681

If we are still in Germany, Austria, Bohemia or the surroundings, I'd say Kaiserschmarrn?

 

EDIT: Uhm. No flour.

post #624 of 681

Sorry, forgot the flour:thumb:

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post #625 of 681

Bohemian grandmother.... Playing on my home turf there :)

post #626 of 681
I was going to say oliebollen
Dutch standard fare for new years eve,

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post #627 of 681

This thread needs to be revived!! 

 

How about this one? 

 

  • Flour
  • Breadcrumbs
  • Ground pork and veal
  • Onion
  • Eggs
  • Milk
  • All-spice
post #628 of 681
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This thread needs to be revived!! 

How about this one? 
  • Flour
  • Breadcrumbs
  • Ground pork and veal
  • Onion
  • Eggs
  • Milk
  • All-spice

Fun!
Swedish meatballs?

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post #629 of 681
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Fun!
Swedish meatballs?


Close enough! I was thinking Danish frikadellers:

 

post #630 of 681
It's got all the same ingredients right?!

What is this?
Egg yolks
Sugar
Marsala

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