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Fleischkaese

Anyone have a good recipe on how to cook this?
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Old 10.02.2011, 10:12
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Re: Fleischkaese

Buy it ready made (but raw) and bake it.

Denner, Migros, etc. have it.

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Re: Fleischkaese

As far as I know you put in the oven and bake it until it's done, depending on the amount of mixture you put in.
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Old 10.02.2011, 10:14
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Put it in the oven for thirty minutes and then take it out, allow to cool and chuck it in the bin.

I'm sorry but the stuff looks repulsive and the name is just wrong.
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Old 10.02.2011, 10:15
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Re: Fleischkaese

Had some the other day. It's SPAM by any other name !!! I ate it raw as a snack.

Should make excellent fritters.
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Old 10.02.2011, 10:18
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Re: Fleischkaese

I am still to get the obsession with Fleischkase ...
For a country that mocks the UK for it's culinary heritage, and has little of its own, esp if you take out potatoes, cheese and ham, there reliance on "spam" and instant mashed potatoes is beyond me !!
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Old 10.02.2011, 10:24
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Had some the other day. It's SPAM by any other name !!! I ate it raw as a snack.
You can't eat it raw!

Well, maybe you can, as raw fleischkaese has the consistancy of peanut butter!

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Old 10.02.2011, 10:25
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I am still to get the obsession with Fleischkase ...
For a country that mocks the UK for it's culinary heritage, and has little of its own, esp if you take out potatoes, cheese and ham, there reliance on "spam" and instant mashed potatoes is beyond me !!
and...Aromat - basically herb infused MSG. And Switzerland is the only country in the world where a conversation like this can happen:

Hmm I'm going to make myself a chicken sandwich.

No you're not, you've forgotten the canned fruit in light syrup.

Damn!
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I am still to get the obsession with Fleischkase ...
It's basically bratwurst in a different shape, and without the casing.

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Old 10.02.2011, 10:26
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Re: Fleischkaese

The Malbaner Ofen Fleischkaese tastes good
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Old 10.02.2011, 10:30
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You can't eat it raw!

Well, maybe you can, as raw fleischkaese has the consistancy of peanut butter!

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Mine definitely had the consistency and taste of SPAM. Maybe I was lucky and should have actually cooked it ?
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Old 10.02.2011, 10:30
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Re: Fleischkaese

The supermarket Fleischkäse mentioned and the ones regularly on offer in the cantine I have lunch at are simply terrible - pretty much like the Swiss Bratwurst variants. Tasteless, bland chunks of meat. In my home town in Germany, the local butcher made many variants that included some onions and cubed speck... and if you fry or barbecue the slices after baking the stuff suddenly tastes great. I also believe he might use different meat for it as the consistency is very different...

If you do not like the word Fleischkäse, simply put it in High-German: Leberkäse

The only good use I can think of for the super market ones is "scented ashtrays" it apprently smells like barbecue every time you press out a cigarette:
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and...Aromat - basically herb infused MSG. And Switzerland is the only country in the world where a conversation like this can happen:

Hmm I'm going to make myself a chicken sandwich.

No you're not, you've forgotten the canned fruit in light syrup.

Damn!
Damn! x 2

Made me feel queasy just reading that! Cheers Eco!
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Yay! He got me to magic 205!!!
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Re: Fleischkaese

You need to check the definition of "help". If I wanted a lot of smart*ss comments, I would go to the comedy channel. A lot of people here have helped with past queries, but some of you need to go back from where you came.
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You need to check the definition of "help". If I wanted a lot of smart*ss comments, I would go to the comedy channel. A lot of people here have helped with past queries, but some of you need to go back from where you came.
...and just which comment of mine is 'smart*ss' ?
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You need to check the definition of "help". If I wanted a lot of smart*ss comments, I would go to the comedy channel. A lot of people here have helped with past queries, but some of you need to go back from where you came.
we don't like flesichkase....it's sh!t.

In fact: I need help. I'm looking for a good cocktail made from urine. Can you help? Isn't the most logical response that really vodka is better in cocktails?
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You need to check the definition of "help". If I wanted a lot of smart*ss comments, I would go to the comedy channel. A lot of people here have helped with past queries, but some of you need to go back from where you came.
I don't know why you groaned me? You asked how to cook it and I told you.

What did you expect, recipes for:

Fleischkaese flambe
Fleischkaese a la mode
Fleischkaese en croute
Fleischkaese Wellington
Fleischkaese au gratin


And what Economisto said.
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Anyone have a good recipe on how to cook this?
Have you ever eaten this?
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