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Original "Pinzgauer" Dishes

Giving you a little taste!

Go on and try one of our typical "Pinzgauer" recipes that are listed below: Surely, after cooking these you want to spend a holiday with us. In case, you have already been here, our recipes certainly make you imagine your happy days in Neukirchen.


250-300 g flour, 1/4 litre water, 1-2 eggs and a pinch of salt

All ingredients are mixed together thoroughly into a smooth batter, which is afterwards formed into small dumplings - by pressing batter through a sieve. Melt butter in a frying pan and add dumplings, 50 g of "Pinzgauer" cheese and 50 g of full-fat cheese. After the cheese is melted and a light crackling is visible serve hot and with chive.


250 g blueberries, 250 g flour, 1/4 litre hot milk, a pinch of salt and butter to fry.

Add flour and hot milk to the blueberries and stir to a firm dough. Afterwards add a pinch of salt and form small loafs(hamburger like) that are fried in melted butter. Serve warm with icing sugar. In case you have a larger amount of ingredients add an egg.

Pinzgauer Kaspressknödel

1/2 kg dried white bread (approx. 20 dumplings), one onion, salt, pepper, parsley, approx. 1/2 kg "Pinzgauer" cheese, 1/4 litre water, six eggs, 1/4 kg flour

Chop and fry onions and mix them with the white bread that should be cut into small pieces beforehand. Cut cheese into small cubes and blend with salt, pepper, parsley and bread. Afterwards, everything is mixed with the eggs and the water. Let mixture rest for a short time. Finally, add flour. Now, form small loafs (hamburger like) which then have to be fried at low heat. Serve dumplings hot in beef broth.


Approx. 1/4 litre milk, 100 g flour, 2-3 eggs (egg white for beating), sugar, a pinch of salt, vanilla sugar and a handful of raisins.

Thoroughly stir all ingredients to a smooth batter. Finally, fold in beaten egg white. Melt butter in a frying pan, stir fry the batter until it is solid, and afterwards rip into small pieces. Serve with icing sugar and with stewed plums.



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