1. Is it a desert or a main course?!
It may be sweet, but who can really eat a whole plate of Kaiserschmarrn after a main course? Perhaps you had a salad…but let’s face it, you probably ate a Schnitzel, and therefore this whopping 600+ calorie desert isn’t exactly the light bite you were after.
2. Who makes the best Kaiserschmarrn?
Well, apparently everyone’s Grandma. No questioning.
3. Raisins or no raisins
The polarising topic. Nobody sits on the fence. Ask yourself, which side are you on?
4. It’s not just chopped up pancake
Most literal translations of a menu will write ‘chopped up pancake’, but does this do the dish justice? It’s more than a flat soggy pancake in bits with sugar and lemon, it’s chunky, fluffy, and comes with a full helping of sauce. Which brings us onto the final topic…
5. Apple or Zwetschgen (plum)
It’s always Apple or Zwetschgen (I’m sorry, but chocolate sauce is just not right). Does your heart leap for joy when it’s the pureed apple, or does your taste buds long for the chunky Zwetschgen?
2 thoughts on “5 Most Debated Things About Kaiserschmarrn”
I have always had it with redberries (preiselbeeren) both in Sud Tyrol than in Austria. Only sometimes with apple sauce or plums… Nice blog 🙂
Nice! Yeah Preiselbeeren is a quite popular choice too! Any particular recommendations of places to go?