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Old 03-20-2006, 04:19 PM   #11
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the ones from Landmann are quite okay...
just contact the seller and ask...
biggest problem will be the shipping costs... I think it's rather heavy so it will be expensive....
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Old 03-20-2006, 04:42 PM   #12
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the ones from Landmann are quite okay...
just contact the seller and ask...
biggest problem will be the shipping costs... I think it's rather heavy so it will be expensive....
Yes the shipping cost could be prohibitive. Cara do you have a Schwenkbraten recipe you would like to share. Thanks again.
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Old 03-25-2006, 05:26 AM   #13
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okay.. haven't done myself, no space for a schwenkgrill but I serached for recipes..

Original Idar-Obersteiner Schwenkbraten

ingredients per person:
350g pork neck cut into 3-4 cm thick slices
2 chopped onions, seasoned with pepper and salt
pepper and salt

preparation:
rub the neck with salt and pepper on all sides, place in a /glass-)bowl and top with the onions.
cover with a cloth and rest at a cool place for at least 24h.

prepare the Schwenkgrill, best use is beech wood.
if the wood is really hot and burned, place the schwenkbraten on the grill.
from the height it should be about 5cm over the flames.
take care to keep it moving, so the heat will be not only at one point.
Turn around a few times.. it should take about 20min.

serve with baked potatoes, salad and beer ;o)

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about 2kg pork neckcut as koteletts
marinate for a few hours in:
150ml oil
10 onions, cut into slices
garlic as you like
juniper berries crushed with salt
Pepper, paprika, thyme, oregano, mustard..etc.. whatever you like
mix everything and rest on a cool place for 12-24h
take out of the marinade two hours before using, the pork could get stringy

go on like with the other recipe.
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Old 06-10-2013, 12:47 AM   #14
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Recipe Question

I have seen about 3 or 4 variations of shwenk recipe's, but non include red wine vinegar and wine.... the shwenk that I bought in Germany came pre-marinaded and included those ingredients. None of the recipes to date have come close to the flavor of the shwenk tha I had in the rheinland area of Germany ten years ago. I am on a desperate earch for a recipe and have no contacts at the airbase where I was stationed to get an idea of everythong that was included on the ingredients list. Anyone here have any idea recipe's that include wine and redwine vinegar?
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Old 06-10-2013, 08:57 AM   #15
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Those look outstanding, OP.
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