The Daring Gourmet Collection
A collection of delicious recipes from The Daring Gourmet!
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The famous stew from the Gaisburg suburb of Stuttgart, Germany, Gaisburger Marsch is a traditional stew that encapsulates everything that is delicious about Swabian cuisine. Tender beef, Spätzle, and potatoes in a luxuriously rich broth and topped with onions caramelized in butter. It just doesn't get any better!
Za’atar is the Middle Eastern seasoning blend you never knew you needed! Uniquely flavorful and deliciously versatile, this blend will transform all the foods you add it to! Read below for delicious ways to use it and grab our easy-to-make za’atar recipe!
A nourishing, restorative and comfortingly delicious soup, this easy Instant Pot White Bean and Kale Soup recipe takes just a few minutes of prep time and your pressure cooker does the rest! Make a double batch while you’re at it because it makes fabulous leftovers!
A thoroughly authentic Hungarian Goulash recipe with a depth and richness of flavor that will satisfy both body and soul and transport you back to Hungary! Hungary's national dish, the depth and richness of this traditional gulyás is simply out-of-this-world delicious!
With its combination of nuts, seeds, spices and herbs, Dukkah is a unique and incredibly delicious Egyptian seasoning blend! This dukkah recipe is quick and easy to make so you can begin enjoying it as a dip for your bread or veggies, as a coating for meat, or sprinkled over your hummus, salads, sandwiches, and more!
The famous torn pancakes originating in Austria and enjoyed throughout Bavaria, this traditional Kaiserschmarrn recipe features pillowy soft torn pieces of pancakes studded with rum-soaked raisins (optional) and served with powdered sugar and your choice of fruit preserves, berry jam or applesauce!
Brunede Kartofler (Danish caramelized potatoes) is a popular and traditional side dish in Denmark, enjoyed especially at Christmas. The potatoes are browned in caramelized sugar, transforming otherwise plain boiled potatoes into something truly special!
A favorite treat in Germany during the holiday season, this Rumkugeln recipe (German rum balls) will show you how to make them from scratch! Super easy and so much better than store-bought, they come together in a jiffy and make terrific gifts to hand out to your friends and family!
The world famous chocolate confection that originated in Salzburg, Austria in 1890 in honor of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart! Filled with marzipan, pistachio and nougat, they are irresistibly delicious. This homemade Mozartkugel recipe will give you everything you need to create these incredibly decadent chocolates entirely from scratch!
Delightfully crispy on the outside and chewy in the middle, nothing beats a dosa for the best of South Indian street food! Made from rice and lentils, dosas are naturally gluten free and vegan and pair deliciously with both savory and sweet fillings.
Known as Nuss-Nougat Rohmasse in Germany, this chocolate hazelnut nougat is a popular ingredient used for fillings in cakes, cookies, pastries and candies, and for glazes, frosting and fondants. It's very difficult to find outside Germany but have no fear - you can make your own!