Insight into the original


The holiday region 3 Zinnen Dolomites is particularly fascinating with its unique landscape: from green valleys, over emerald green mountain lakes to rugged rock faces. South Tyrol is so different and yet so alike! And so is the cuisine here with us. Delight your palate with delicacies from the Pusteria Valley and bring a little bit of holiday to your home with these recipes!

a south tyrolean menu made at home

The popular aperitif was invented in South Tyrol by Roland Gruber. Nowadays it is also known beyond the borders. Let yourself be inspired by the refreshing summer drink.
The local speciality is preferably served with melted butter and cheese. The typical cabbage salad has proven to be a good side dish. The pressed dumplings will surely bring a little bit of holiday home to you!
It reflects the pure "Pustra Kuchl" (cuisine of the Pusteria valley): down-to-earth, authentic and local. The recipe, like so many others, originates from the plight of the local population many years ago. In this way the farmer's roast was passed on to the next generations. Today you can find it on the menus mostly with coleslaw as a side dish. 
Apple strudel
A real classic. Whether according to granny's recipe or newly interpreted - the apple strudel belongs on every menu! It tastes especially good with vanilla sauce or ice cream!
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A liquor
Home made, of course. Especially popular are liqueurs made from wild berries or swiss stone pine and larch cones. But you can prepare the liqueur according to your taste.
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