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German Vegan Recipes

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  • Fry's Festive Food Cookbook

    At Fry’s we wanted to celebrate different festivities from around the world by creating recipes from various countries to show the diversity and uniqueness each country holds. From South Africa, to Germany, and from New Zealand to Australia, we welcome all to gather around the holiday table!

    We hope you enjoy these plant-based, Christmas-inspired recipes that you can share with your own family and friends.

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  • Gluten Free Red Currant Bundt Cake with a Coconut Glaze

    This cake (as with most of my recipes) is a concoction of ingredients I happened to have around but I think it’s already become a firm favourite.

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  • Shortcrust cookies / Mürbeteigplätzchen

    This is my everyday cookie recipe. It’s super easy because you don’t even need to roll the dough and use cookie cutters, just cut the cooled dough in slices. We use this very basic shortcrust recipe for many purposes from Christmas Cookies (Weihnachtsplätzchen) to pie crust.

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  • Seitan Rissoles / Seitanfrikadellen

    Native German girl that I am, I can hardly imagine a life without Frikadellen (Rissoles). The non-vegan version is usually made out of ground meat, old bread or bread crumbs and onions. Most families have their own cherished recipe. It's a staple that most of us can not live without. I have lots of meaty seitan recipes in my collection, but my favourite and most important one is this recipe for Seitan Rissoles.

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  • Crustless Rice and Zucchini Quiche

    This dish takes a little bit of work but it's worth it. It's perfect when you have some leftover rice or zucchini are cheap and you want to use them in a different way than usual. This is also nice when you have guests or want to bring something to a potluck.

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  • Baked buckwheat with Tomatoes

    Sometimes, our menu choices can get a little tedious. Especially when I'm busy at work and haven't had much time to cook for a while, I tend to turn to the familiar: rice, pasta, potatoes. But I love food too much to stick in this rut for a prolonged time. What always gets me out of there is buckwheat. Use it in this savoury dish, where it's accompanied by melting tomatoes and lemon-marinated tofu.

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  • Apple and Spring Onion Salad

    This is a fresh and fruity salad that tastes much more elegant than it sounds. It’s perfect for barbecues or as a side dish with a hearty one-pot dish. I love it with a couple of slices of a rustic baguette as a simple dinner on hot summer evenings.

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  • No-Oil Sweet Potato Chips

    These chips are absolutely delicious and guilt-free. I’m constantly experimenting with new flavour combinations for the seasoning, which means this recipe can go with all of your favourite meals. They’re great as a side to a lovely fresh salad; with a coconut-based curry instead of rice, or on their own with vegan mayo. Chips with everything!

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