Kale time is Kümmel time
Something should not be missed for a kale meal: our Oldesloer Kümmel which is distilled according to the Holstein recipe out of Europe’s oldest spice – from the finest caraway seeds. Oldesloer Kümmel should be served well chilled (but please not out of the freezer!) in an iced glass. It is also delicious with all other hearty meals.
You might try an Oldesloer Kümmel punch: 2/3 of hot tea with sugar candy and then fill with 1/3 Oldesloer Kümmel. Oldesloer wishes happy togetherness!
Kale-Recipe suggestion for 4 persons:
2 jars kale à 720 ml 2 Tablespoons lard 1 Spanish onion, finely chopped 500 g gammon 4 Sausages 1 Cup of water 1 Tablespoon sugar Salt Black pepper
Preparation: Heat the lard in a large pot, add the chopped onions. Stir fry 3 minutes. Then add kale, gammon and sausages. Simmer in a closed pot for 30 minutes. Stir from time to time. Add salt, pepper and sugar. Serve with roasted potatoes and of course with Oldesloer Kümmel!
Herring time is Kümmel time
Something that should not be missed with a herring dish: our Oldesloer Kümmel which is distilled according to the Holstein recipe out of Europe’s oldest spice – from the finest caraway seeds. Oldesloer Kümmel should be served well chilled (but please not out of the freezer!) in an iced glass. It is also delicious with all other hearty meals.
Filled potatoes with herring home- made – style – Recipe suggestion for 4 persons:
4 big new potatoes (à approx. 150 g) (maybe more) 4 Herring fillets 1 Apple (approx. 150 g) 4 Gherkins (out of the jar) 1 Tablespoon lemon juice 2 Spanish onions (maybe more) 200 g Sour Cream or quark with herbs 4 Tablespoon milk (maybe more) Salt and pepper Sugar Dill, optional Lettuce Lemon
Preparation: 1. Wash the new potatoes very carefully and cook them for about 25 minutes in water. Dry the herring filets with paper towels and cut them into bite-size pieces. 2. Wash the apple, cut it into quarters, and remove the core. Cut the gherkins and the apple into small cubes and mix it with lemon juice. Wash the Spanish onions and cut them into thin rings. 3. Mix the apple and the gherkins with herrings and onions. Sour cream and milk need to be mixed into the herring salad. Add with salt, pepper and one pinch of sugar. 4. Decant the potatoes, chill them, cut each lengthwise and break them a bit. Fill them with herring salad and dill, garnish with lettuce and lemon.
A recipe from: FRIESENKRONE – fish delicatessen in best quality