What do you associate with traditional South Tyrolean cuisine?
If straight away you think of dumplings, Kaiserschmarren pancakes, Schlutzkrapfen ravioli and apple strudel, then you can officially call yourself a connoisseur – and lover – of South Tyrolean fare!
Alpine cuisine has a long tradition in South Tyrol. Its origins lie in mountain farm food. Our grandmothers only used ingredients from their own farms, and since life on a mountain farm was physically demanding, it was all the more important that the food was filling. Today the down-to-earth South Tyrolean cuisine is known far beyond the region’s borders and is deeply entwined with its homeland.
We disclose well-guarded secret recipes from Grandma’s cookbook and pass on the very best tips and tricks. You can find the most delicious traditional South Tyrolean dishes made from regional ingredients for cooking and baking at home here.
The majority of recipes are quick and easy to make and are an instant success. By the way, everything immediately tastes much better when it has been flavoured with South Tyrolean speck. We’ll show you how to make the perfect South Tyrolean dumpling step by step - on our word of honour as Partschins natives!
Are you still dreaming of South Tyrol, or are you already cooking?