Use up day-old buns and bread in these famous Southern German dumplings, and enjoy a versatile side dish with any savory meal – at Oktoberfest, and beyond! This is a great way to add some Bavarian flair to your menu. Find the recipe here: http://foodal.com/recipes/german-recipes/bread-dumplings/
Cheese Spaetzle (Käsespätzle) is the German version of Mac and Cheese! Made with german egg noodles and Emmental cheese. This Bavarian dish is special enough for an Oktoberfest party but so easy that you can make it every day!
Kartoffelkloesse (german Potato Dumplings) from Food.com: Just what the name implies - these are German-style potato dumplings, as found everywhere in the South of Germany, Austria and Bohemia. These are traditionally served with any roast with gravy, but most well-known as an accompaniment for a hearty Sauerbraten and red cabbage. Like polenta, second-day leftovers are a treat when sliced into slabs and fried in butter.
You don't need to travel to Munich to eat this traditional German dish called Jägerspätzle! This Bavarian classic is often served at the Oktoberfest and makes for a seriously exciting family dinner. They are small dumplings made from flour, eggs and milk. The sauce is a delicious rich Mushroom gravy, perfect for fall! My recipe was handed down to me by my Bavarian grandmother, so it's 100% authentic and tastes simply amazing.