Video Recipes: Tyrolean Delicacies

Try delicious Alpine recipes from the Tyrol with videos courtesy of

Tyrolean Kasspatzln

This a very simple dish to create but is also very tasty. The Kasspatzln with melted, spicy cheese and fried onions is a typical Tyrolean dish and will certainly fill a hole if you’re hungry! Christine visited Verena in Alpbach to find out how to make these filling cheese noodles:

Tyrolean Cheese Dumplings

For generations, Tyrolean cheese dumplings have been part of typical Tyrolean cuisine. If you have a savoury palatte then these dumplings will be perfect for you. To find out how they’re made, Christine spent some time with farmer’s wife, Gerti, from Alpbach to discover the recipe:

Tyrolean Groestl

Similar to the English version of a breakfast hash, or bubble and squeak, the Tiroler Gröstl is made with onions, bacon and sliced pieces of meat, all sautéed in a pan. When finished, the Gröstl is served with a fried egg. If you are a vegetarian, you can substitute the bacon and meat for mushroom and peppers.

Tyrolean Bacon Dumplings

If you’re a fan of Austrian cuisine, let alone Tyrolean cuisine, you won’t find much better than Tyrolean bacon dumplings. To find out how to make the dumplings, Christine spent an afternoon with Gerti from Alpbach.

Austrian Kaiserschmarrn

Pancakes are loved the world over, but in Tyrol, they have their own recipe - a recipe that will leave you salivating for more. To discover Kaiserschmarrn, we sent Christine to Alpbach to find Maria and ask her about the original recipe for this versatile treat: