🥣 Trending Amish Soups
Amish Wedding Celery Soup: This is a surprisingly delicious soup, here is a description:
Celery occupies its own corner of the Amish culinary world. It's both symbolic and functional.
For instance, it was the promise of celery farms that lured the first Amish to the Sarasota region of Florida. The celery farms never really panned out, but celery lives on in lore in Pinecraft.
Among the Swiss Amish of Berne, Indiana, celery occupies symbolic space. It is quite common to find stalks of celery in vases on the table at Amish weddings. It's decorative and, I have been told, symbolizes fertility. Click for celery soup.
Burgoo Soup: This is a great soup! Click here for this traditional recipe.
🍲 Amish Main Dishes
Amish Ham Loaf: This is a delicious main dish. Here is a bit more information about the dish:
This post features a classic homemade Amish ham loaf recipe. Homemade ham loaf is a favorite on the menu in most Amish communities around the holidays. Most Amish don't have a Honeybaked Ham store nearby so they'll dip into their own supply of home butchered pork, which includes ham, sausage, pork chops, and other cuts.
Amish Bacon Burger Casserole: This is another delicious one: Bacon is a favorite of many as the pork makes its way into sweets as well as savories. This Amish cook in Oklahoma came up with a way to have a hearty casserole and her bacon too! Instead of a bread-crust type bottom she uses, bacon! So for bacon lovers, give this Amish classic a try! Click here.
Mennonite Pan-Fried Chicken: A country classic! Cluck here (that was a typo, but then I thought, that is a perfect typo for chicken!)
Classic Oven-Baked Round-Steak: Super recipe!
🥮 Trending Amish Desserts
Coca-Cola Pie: So delicious! The recipe calls for a whole can of Coke! Man, was that satisfying, just cracking open a can and pouring 12 ounces of fizzy wonderfulness into the filling. You have to put the filling over medium heat and and stir until it thickens. But you don't want to stir it until it is like concrete....a thick pudding is probably the way to go. Click here
Grandma's Graham Cracker Cookies: An excellent, simple cookie. Click here.