“Maultaschen” are pockets formed from pasta dough and filled with cheese, onion or spinach, for example. The ingredients for the filling vary. Every German family has its own recipe. And the queen among the German Maultaschen is the Swabian. Since 2009, the “Schwäbische Maultasche” has even had an EU seal of approval for its designation of origin. Maultaschen are particularly popular in southwest Germany. In the north of Germany, however, Maultaschen are eaten less frequently. German Food Made Easy presenter Max Merrill only knows Maultaschen from the restaurant. The Berlin native has never made them himself. So Maultaschen is also an absolute premiere for him this episode on which Max also explains to you why Maultaschen used to be called “Herrgottsbscheißerle”.
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