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November 2007 - Army style International Cooking.
Just the other day somebody asked me if I knew how to make things called “Rostlis”.
Stupid question, I know how to make anything in the kitchen, the only problem is having open and easy access to the ingredients necessary!
In this case, not too difficult, because a “Roestli” is the Swiss German word given to a simple dish made from potatoes with or without onions, eggs, salt and pepper, together with any form of spice or herb one wishes.
The famous, well known ones, are savoury, with onions, garlic (optional), fried in goose or duck fat preferably, although butter can be used, as a sort of “open omelette” and served traditionally with Apple puree.
It can also be made as a dessert, without the onions, and using Yams (sweet potatoes), some sugar and the spices used in sweet dishes – garnished with comfiture or honey or chocolate sauce etc..
In both cases, the method is the same:
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