All tagged potatoes

Härpfilreschti

Härpfilreschti

This recipe comes from Marianne Kaltenbach’s Aus Schweizer Küche, where the potato is sliced in rounds and an interesting ingredient is added—Milchkaffee. If you don’t have it at hand, you can use just milk, or even a glass of white wine.

Papet Vaudois

Papet Vaudois

Legend has it that the Saucisse aux Choux Vaudois originated in 879 when German Emperor Charles the Fat visited the old Roman settlement of Orbe, today a small town in the canton of Vaud. Charles and his lackeys extended their stay, putting pressure on the supply of meat in the town. To make the meat last longer, the townspeople added cabbage and stuffed it in their sausages. Problem (deliciously) solved.