We are very behind posting and keeping up with our cooking these days. We wanted to color something on the North American side so we decided to make American burgers.
We haven't written much about Germany since we got here because we've been so busy with our cousins but we did want to write about this pizza because it had corn on it and kidney beans!
We love our grandma's cabbage rolls so we decided to try these Polish ones. They used catsup in the recipe, which we thought sounded kind of good, but we didn't really care for it that much. The next day my mom made a gravy for them and they tasted better that way.
This is the most common meal here in Germany, so we thought we'd try it. We're way behind on our 52 weeks- so we need to catch up! We didn't make the Brats from scratch, we bought them uncooked from a meatshop and just had to fry them. But we did fry the potatoes. The potatoes are much more yellow here than the ones we have at home. They also taste like they have butter already on them even when they're just boiled. We ate them with curry ketchup, which is the most popular kind of ketchup here.
We didn't really cook this week because our mom is really busy with packing and stuff since we're getting ready to go to Germany for 3 months leaving tomorrow. So we just went to the store and bought the stuff and warmed it up. It was really good, but not as good as our favorite Indian restaurant. This is our favorite Indian dish.
Chantelle got braces this week so we had a lot of soup because her teeth hurt!
For Chinese New Year we decided to make wonton soup. (But we used the recipe for Dragon Moon Potstickers from the February Book of Days, because we thought it looked good. But you can use the wontons from the recipe.)