These delicious cheese noodles from Carinthia can be drizzled with butter or complimented by your own topping.
Styrian Pot Roast
This pork pot roast is a favourite from Styria, served with grated apple, horseradish and caraway potatoes.
When the Viennese talk about beef, they always mean boiled veal or Tafelspitz, the king of the beef dishes.
Although not invented in Vienna, the breaded and fried veal escalope has long become one of the city’s famous icons.
Try your hand at these traditional apricot dumplings, as made in the Lower Austrian Wachau Valley.
One of the best known Austrian deserts – Wiener Apfelstrudel served with icing sugar and Viennese coffee.
Palatschinken - Austrian Pancakes
Austria's version of pancakes, Palatschinken are delicious with sweet and savoury fillings, or chopped into soups.
One of the popular après-ski drinks, this concoction will not fail to warm you on the slopes or at home.
The Linzer Torte is considered the oldest known cake in the world, yet who named or invented it remains a mystery.
The Prügeltorte Cake
Still a must at festive events, Queen Elisabeth was served this "royal" cake when she visited Tirol!
Known as Gröstl, this bacon, onion and potato fry-up is a real Alpine filler and tastes great served with a fried egg.
This light and fluffy dessert may remind of Salzburg’s snow capped-mountains, but it's a real treat for gourmets.
Created in 1832, the Sacher Torte must be the most famous chocolate cake in the world today.
The chopped pancakes known as Kaiserschmarren are not only a long-running favourite in Austria.
Macaroni & cheese à la Austria! This hearty dish tastes especially good after a walk in crisp mountain air.
Reindling Easter Cake
Reindling originated as an Easter treat in Carinthia, but today there's no need to wait for a celebration to enjoy it.
Glühwein is enjoyed at traditional Christmas markets or after a day on the Austrian slopes at one of the huts.
Enjoy a little Austrian Christmas atmosphere at home with this wonderfully light, crescent-shaped cookie.