Potatoe casserole from the harz mountains

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    Ingredients for 3-4 servings potatoe casserole:Potatoe casserole
    500 g beef ground chuck
    1 teasp. salt
    1/2 teasp. ground pepper
    1 tbsp. mustard
    2 midsize onions

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    2 garlic cloves
    2 teasp. vegetable oil
    1 kg waxy potatoes

    1 l meat broth
    200 g sour cream




    Preparation of the potatoe casserole:

    1. Cut the onions and the garlic cloves into fine dices. Fry the ground beef in an oiled pan. Then add salt, pepper, mustard, onions then garlic one after another and fry everything until the onions change their colour.

    2. Grease a casserole dish and pour the fried ground beef in. Arrange the mass evenly.

    3. Peel the potatoes and then cut them into 0,5 cm thick slices (optimal with food-processor). Top the beef mass with the potatoe slices.

    4. Pour the meat broth in the casserole dish and top the potatoe layer with the sour creme.

    5. Place the casserole in the on 180°C preheated oven and bake everything for 45 minutes.

    Click here to get more information about the Harz Mountains region.

    6. Enjoy your potatoe casserole from the harz mountains.


    Potatoe casserole

    Potatoe casserole can be served with:
    green salad


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    2 Responses to “Potatoe casserole from the harz mountains”

    1. This dish looks like it would be wonderful for a cold, rainy day! So easy and flavorful! I look forward to trying it out! Thanks for the information on the Harz Mt. region! It’s such beautiful driving in that area! My husband and I lived in Weinheim for a year and explored this area of DE.
      What fond memories…
      .-= Susan @ The Spice Garden´s last blog ..Trouble In Paradise … Paddling Toward Bliss! =-.

    2. A-Man says:

      Dear Susan,
      thank you for your feedback.
      The region around the harz mountains is indeed verry picturesque.
      It kept it’s magic throughout and because of it’s history and landscape.
      Parts of the german classic drama Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe act in exactly this region.
      Hope to see you again on bobbinis-kitchen.com.


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