Vegetable Wednesday

The nice and sunny weather seems to be over for now. It is really cold today! So I share my favourite recipe for hot summer days with you. With a lot of vegetables, it is a very light meal. Rice Pan!

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1 jar of wieners
1-2 peppers
1 onion
1 courgette
4-5 carrots
1 package of tomato purée
Crème fraiche

Cut the wieners into pieces and fry them in a pan with oil. Now wash and slice the vegetables and add them to the pan too. When all ingredients are fried, stir in the tomato purée. Now you add 1-2 teaspoons of crème fraiche and season with salt, pepper and vegetable consommé. Do not forget to add some sugar (ca. ½ teaspoon), everything you cook with tomatoes needs sugar! Let the sauce boil for about 15-20 minutes. Eat it with rice!


1 Glas Würtschen
1-2 Paprikas
1 Zwiebel
1 Zucchini
4-5 Möhren
1 Paket passierte Tomaten
Creme Fraiche

Schneide die Würstchen in Stücke und brate sie in einer Pfanne mit Öl an. Wasche und schneide das Gemüse und brate es ebenfalls in der Pfanne an. Wenn alles schön angebraten ist, füge die passierten Tomaten hinzu. Nun kommen etwa 1-2 TL Creme Fraiche in die Sauce. Schmecke mit Salz, Pfeffer und Gemüsebrühe ab. Vergesse nicht etwas Zucker hinzuzufügen (ca. ½ TL). An Tomaten muss immer Zucker! Nun lass die Soße etwas köcheln. Währenddessen kannst du schon mal den Reis kochen. Die Pfanne muss ca. 15-20 Minuten kochen. Serviere dazu Reis!

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Let’s hope this brings back spring! 😉

But in Germany we say that you have to expect frost and cold weather until “Die Eisheiligen”. These are three days in May named after three saints. 11 May is named after bishop Mamertus, the 12 May after the martyr Pankratius and the 13 May after Servatius, bishop and martyr. The “Eisheiligen” is an old country saying. It is better to plant flowers and other plants after the “Eisheiligen” because in this cold spell in the middle of May plants can get destroyed by ground frost. But after this time there is usually warm weather and at least frost and coldness are over! If you like to read more look here!


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