As far as we can tell, there are presently no English-language Liechtensteiner recipe resources on the Web. We're now hunting for cookbooks with recipes that can be translated.
Meanwhile, here's the one Liechtensteiner cooking / recipe site we've been able to track down:
Some links with general information:
- Liechtenstein cuisine at CookbookWiki
- Two Liechtensteiner recipes at the Principality's official web page
A little more info:
Liechtensteiners eat three meals a day. Coffee and bread with jam are commonly eaten for breakfast (called Zmorga). Zmittag, eaten at midday, is the main meal of the day and typically includes a main dish, soup, salad, and dessert. A lighter meal (Znacht) is eaten at dinnertime, often consisting of an open-faced sandwich made with various kinds of meat and cheese. Although Liechtenstein is too small to have developed an extensive national cuisine, it does have some distinctive regional dishes. Käsknöfle consists of noodles made by squeezing a mixture of flour, water, and eggs through a perforated board. The noodles are then baked with grated cheese and a layer of fried onions and are often served with applesauce or a salad. Hafaläb, another favorite, is a dish made with a corn- and wheat-flour dough formed into small loaves. These are then boiled, left out to dry, sliced, and then fried. Corn flour is the principal ingredient of Törkarebl, made from porridge that is then fried to create a dumplinglike dish often served with elderberry jam.