Reibekuchen

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Reibekuchen
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Alternative namesKartoffelpuffer
TypeFritter, street food
Place of originGermany
Region or stateRheinland
Main ingredientsPotatoes

Reibekuchen (About this soundlisten ) are German potato fritters, also known as Kartoffelpuffer (About this soundlisten ).[1] They are common in many areas of Germany, the name "Reibekuchen" being characteristic to the Rheinland area. Reibekuchen may be served with apple sauce, pumpernickel bread, treacle, or with Maggi-brand seasoning sauce. They are often sold at street fairs and markets, such as Christmas markets in Germany.

As Riefkuukskes (About this soundlisten ) they are also considered to be a local dish in neighboring Gelderland, The Netherlands.[2][3][4][5]

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  1. ^ http://gfds.de/kartoffelpuffer-ausdruecke-fuer/
  2. ^ "Riefkuukskes". Smulweb (in Dutch). 1 February 2001. Retrieved 30 September 2013.
  3. ^ "Riefkuukskes van mijn Achterhoekse oma" (in Dutch). Albert Heijn. Retrieved 30 September 2013.
  4. ^ "De Biezen". Nijmegen City (in Dutch). Retrieved 30 September 2013.
  5. ^ Donders, Mike. "Het buurtgevoel van Jan Linders". De Nijmeegse Stadskrant (in Dutch). Retrieved 30 September 2013.