Old, typical Weinviertel dishes – easy recipes with video

Discover typical Weinviertel dishes and easily recreate them with the videos!

Apfelstrudel_Florentina Klampferer/LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Don your cooking apron, watch the video and off you go.
With our short videos you can easily recreate typical Weinviertel dishes.

You can also find the recipes in our recipe database.

Bon Appétit!

You can find more typical, old Weinviertel dishes in our book ‘Aufkochen’.

Apfelstrudel_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Apple strudel

A classic – whether as part of a traditional Christmas dinner or as a dessert for young and old. Learn more
Bauernbrot_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Sourdough farmhouse bread

In the past, as today, bread is one of the most important foods. Learn more
Beuschel_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Beuschel (offal ragout)

In the past, all parts of farm animals were processed and cooked – like in this traditional stew. Learn more
Blunzngröstl_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Blunzngröstl (roasted blood sausage and potatoes)

Do you have any cooked potatoes left over? Put them to good use in a Blunzngröstl (pan fried potatoes and blood sausage). Learn more
Grammelstrudel_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Grammelstrudel (potato strudel)

These roly-poly puddings not only taste salty, but also sweet! Learn more
Riegelkrapfen_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Riegelkrapfen (arched doughnut)

At carnival, it doesn’t always have to be the classic apricot or vanilla doughnuts. Try the Riegelkrapfen! Learn more
Saurer Hase_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Saurer Hase (braised rabbit)

Game lover? Why not try a Saurer Hase (Sour Hare)! Learn more
Schneeballen_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Schneeballen (snowball pastry)

These deep-fried pastries called ‘snowballs’ are a classic at church fairs! Learn more
Striezel_LEADER Region Weinviertel Ost

Striezel (braided sweetbread)

A homemade Striezel (braided yeast pastry) is even tastier! Learn more