Luxembourgish Food

Cooking food from my home country.

I grew up in the Netherlands and I moved to the country of Luxembourg about 13 years ago. If you live outside Europe, chances are you have never heard of Luxembourg. Luxembourg is a small country bordering Belgium, Germany and France. Luxembourg is the only Grand Duchy in the world. The number of inhabitants is just over 600,000. The country’s capital is also called Luxembourg.
Luxembourg has a huge international community. Around 170 nationalities live in this country.

What about the Luxembourgish kitchen? In general, the traditional dishes are simple and often consist of a lot of meat, butter and cream. Some well-known dishes are: Judd mat Gaardebounen (smoked pork collar and broad beans), Bouneschlupp (green bean soup), Ham, Fritten an Zalot (ham, chips and salat) and Kniddelen (flour dumplings).

One of the easiest dishes to make is Kniddelen. I thought it would be a nice idea to cook this dish. I chose to prepare Kniddelen mat Speck (dumplings with bacon).

What do you need:

  • 350 grams flour
  • 200 ml milk
  • 3 eggs
  • bacon
  • liquid cream

In this video I show you step by step how to prepare this dish. Enjoy your meal. And as they say here ‘gudden appetit’!

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