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What do the Swiss eat with Rostie?
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What do the Swiss eat with Rostie?
Roesti you mean?

Bratwurst, onion sauce, Bratensauce, cream sauce with meat (Rahmschnitzel or Geschnetzeltes an Rahmsauce), Zürcher Geschnetzeltes, etc...
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Old 06.09.2016, 21:17
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What do the Swiss eat with Rostie?
Typical here would be geschnetzeltes (beef in a cream sauce). They go quite well with anything in a cream sauce, but also with sausage or just a fried egg.

There are various types of Rösti, one with bacon chunks and cheese is a meal on its own.
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Typical here would be geschnetzeltes (beef in a cream sauce). They go quite well with anything in a cream sauce, but also with sausage or just a fried egg.

There are various types of Rösti, one with bacon chunks and cheese is a meal on its own.
Geschnetzeltes can come from pork, chicken, beef, veal, turkey... in my experience the most often used is veal or pork. ymmv of course
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I prefer Rösti with Spiegelei hmmm yummy...
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I prefer Rösti with Spiegelei hmmm yummy...
Finished under the grille with Raclette cheese and a couple of strips of bacon on top.
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Re: Rostie

Make the Rösti with grated onion and caraway. Add sautéed apples (not apple sauce!) on top.

Or if you are a purist, make plain Rösti and sautée the apples with onion and caraway.

Heavenly after a day spent hiking.

(OH likes a bit of Speck added into the Rösti as well, but that has to be earned by a seriously strenuous hike.)
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Make the Rösti with grated onion and caraway. Add sautéed apples (not apple sauce!) on top.

Or if you are a purist, make plain Rösti and sautée the apples with onion and caraway.

Heavenly after a day spent hiking.

(OH likes a bit of Speck added into the Rösti as well, but that has to be earned by a seriously strenuous hike.)
Add caraway and you can have my whole dish. Caraway and I don't mix.
Replace caraway with bacon and you can give me yours!



Homemade Rösti is always better than the store-bought versions, but a huge hassle to make.

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Roesti you mean?
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or Röschti
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or Röschti
From the way the OP wrote it I presumed he didn't have umlauts on his keyboard, so wanted to give him a type-able solution

Röschti it is though
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From the way the OP wrote it I presumed he didn't have umlauts on his keyboard
I do, but as it's switched to US layout, I can't access them!

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Homemade Rösti is always better than the store-bought versions, but a huge hassle to make.
Boil potatoes, allow to cool, peel, grate. Cook in frying-pan.

Is that really such a huge hassle?
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Boil potatoes, allow to cool, peel, grate. Cook in frying-pan.

Is that really such a huge hassle?
Even LESS hassle!

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From the way the OP wrote it I presumed he didn't have umlauts on his keyboard, so wanted to give him a type-able solution

Röschti it is though
Ah yes, but it is not only the umlauts, there is also an extra 'ch', which is natural because it is a Swiss dish. . The extra 'e' at the end is omitted.
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I like the inside moist, so if it's gonna be a thin one I add grated carrots, also makes it a bit sweeter.
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Make the Rösti with grated onion and caraway. Add sautéed apples (not apple sauce!) on top.

Or if you are a purist, make plain Rösti and sautée the apples with onion and caraway.

Heavenly after a day spent hiking.

(OH likes a bit of Speck added into the Rösti as well, but that has to be earned by a seriously strenuous hike.)
Had to google that. I go to bed ever so slightly less stupid tonight


For those of you who also didn't know (please, tell me I wasn't the only one):

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caraway
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Boil potatoes, allow to cool, peel, grate. Cook in frying-pan.

Is that really such a huge hassle?
Well, if one is called Tom from Ticino, I presume that the steps are precluded by

1. Grow potatoes.
2. Pick potatoes.

and that is too much hassle. I rarely buy the store versions though, I just don't eat Röschti too often and make it from scratch when I do.

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Even LESS hassle!

Tom
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Ah yes, but it is not only the umlauts, there is also an extra 'ch', which is natural because it is a Swiss dish. . The extra 'e' at the end is omitted.
I write both versions, as in Swiss German there is no single dialect so the sch isn't necessarily used in every canton
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Had to google that. I go to bed ever so slightly less stupid tonight


For those of you who also didn't know (please, tell me I wasn't the only one):
You're the only one.

It's easy, when first arriving here, to make the mistake when trying to buy cumin here by buying Kümmel (caraway) thinking it's cumin rather than Kreuzkümmel (cumin).

I used to love the Dutch cheese with caraway seeds in it when I was a kid.
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Add caraway and you can have my whole dish. Caraway and I don't mix.
Replace caraway with bacon and you can give me yours!
Sage is a nice replacement for the caraway... even stands up to bacon.



(And while we are overloading the carbs on this thread, what I wouldn't give for a fresh, dense loaf of caraway rye...)
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Sage is a nice replacement for the caraway... even stands up to bacon.



(And while we are overloading the carbs on this thread, what I wouldn't give for a fresh, dense loaf of caraway rye...)
Try Thymian.
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