The preparation.
one of the best.

Heat a pan
and some oil
to approx. 200 °C.

the HERMANN products
to the pan.

Fry both sides of
the HERMANN products
without turning them
too frequently.

Little tricks
to follow.

Even the very simple things in the kitchen can be done well or done a little bit better. It’s true, in principle, the preparation of HERMANN dishes is very simple. However, it’s worth it to observe a few little tricks – so that HERMANN really becomes a little everyday luxury: just a few minutes in the kitchen, and your reward is so much relaxed time to enjoy them how you like them.

Little tricks for a little luxury.

If you ask a chef which kitchen utensils are absolutely indispensable, they will tell you: “Pan and knife.” So let’s talk about the pan. Friends of classic and traditional cooking probably swear by their cast-iron pan, which is a very good choice in every case. These days, however, the coated pan is also a hot favourite. Because ever since the coatings are fused into the body of the pan, the coating cannot come loose, which was the case just a few years ago. And in the meantime, even the professionals have coated pans as their first choice. The new generation of coated pans can tolerate heat of up to 400 °C, which is very important, because the preparation of our HERMANN products also requires high temperatures.

As well as this, the correct oil is vital. For HERMANN, you should use rapeseed or sunflower oil from your region. This works well with the HERMANN flavour and can tolerate temperatures of up to 230 °C.

Only use oil which can tolerate a high heat, such as sunflower oil. As our products are also produced with sunflower oil, this gives you the best combination with HERMANN. Heat the pan and oil to approx. 200 °C and only then should you place the HERMANN products in the pan.

Fry both sides of the strips for around 2 minutes until they are golden brown. Try not to turn them too frequently and avoid too much cooking time. This will give you the right balance of crispiness and succulence.

Oh yes, and another important point: Don’t get rid of the remaining oil using the kitchen sink drain. Take the oil to a collection point in a plastic bucket for recycling – this is very important for our environment and energy balance.