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What do Liechtensteiner people eat?

What do Liechtensteiner people eatTraditional Liechtensteiner meals include cheese, meat and bread. A main source of diet is Rebi made with cornmeal or a mixture of half cornmeal and half semolina and usually served with the main dish. Because French influences were very well adapted in Liechtensteiner cuisine cheese remained an important ingredient mostly if it’s cooked after local recipes as Saukerkas, a local cheese. Other original dishes include Hafalaab, a dish made from wheat flour and cornmeal dumplings, with smoked Bacon or Ham in a broth. As well schnitzels, smoked Pork and sauerkraut stews; cheese, meat, vegetable fondues, as asparagus which is one of the most popular vegetable, and a number of delicious deserts such as fruit-filled pancakes, rich pastries and cakes are some of the delicious Liechtensteiner recipes which make its cuisine very interesting and very tasty. Although there are numerous recipes adapted after main central European cuisine, Liechtensteiner cuisine is seems to be original and mouth watering.



Liechtenstein description:

The Principality of Liechtenstein; German: Fürstentum Liechtenstein, is a doubly landlocked alpine microstate in Western Europe, bordered by Switzerland to the west and south and by Austria to the east. Its area is just over 160 km² (about 61.7 square miles), and it has an estimated population of 35,000. Its capital is Vaduz; the biggest town is Schaan.


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