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The foods of Liechtenstein

Originally known in Swiss German as Birchermüesli (its creator was Bircher-Benner) or simply Müesli, the word is an Alemannic diminutive of Mues (non-Swiss Standard German: Mus) which means "mush" or "purée".

History
Muesli was not originally intended as a breakfast food, but as an appetizer similar to bread and butter. It was consumed as Schweizer Znacht (Swiss supper), but not as a breakfast cereal.
It was introduced around 1900 by Bircher-Benner for patients in his hospital, where a diet rich in fresh fruit and vegetables was an essential part of therapy. It was inspired by a similar "strange dish" that he and his wife had been served on a hike in the Swiss Alps.
Today, muesli more often refers to a mix of rolled oats, nuts, seeds, and dried fruit.
Source: wikipedia.org
The types of Cuisines in Liechtenstein are influenced by:
The regional cuisine Appetizer recipes coming soon
Main recipes coming soon

Side dishes recipes

Kasknopfle Dessert recipes coming soon
Switzerlan - See the recipes Appetizer recipes coming soon
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Germany - See the recipes

Appetizer recipes

Chicken liver mousse Ham and cheese toast

Main recipes

Braised endives in beer Grilled pork chops with red onion marmalade Jaeger schnitzel Old fashion beef stew Puff pastry rochoises Roast loin of pork with prunes Seared chicken breast with red onion vinaigrette Tarragon roasted chicken Winter squash soup

Side dishes recipes

Braised red cabbage Broccoli cauliflower gratin Broccoli stems cabbage slaw Brussels Sprout and radicchio Slaw Creamy cauliflower purée Herb roasted potatoes Leeks au gratin Marinated onions Mixed cabbage salad Onion braid Potato cake Warm brussels sprout salad

Dessert recipes

Apple cake Apple sauce cake Apple strudel Banana cake Bee sting cake or bienenstich Blackberry mousse terrine Blueberry basic pie filling Chocolate almond cake Chocolate creme caramel Chocolate mocha torte Cider apples Country apple cake Dutch apple pie Flambeed bananas Flamed apples Jelly-filled pears in puff pastry with caramel sauce Meringue apple tart Peach-raspberry beggars purses Poppy seed chocolate torte Prune kumquat sticky pudding with armagnac toffee sauce Prune soufflés Rhubarb tart with orange-ginger glaze Strawberry linzertorte Vanilla custards
Austria - See the recipes Appetizer recipes coming soon

Main recipes

Endives meuniere Jaeger schnitzel Side dishes recipes coming soon

Dessert recipes

Apple strudel

Cooking in Liechtenstein