Zwiebelkuchen

Zwiebelkuchen

Zwiebelkuchen is a traditional German pie which is mostly known in the wine regions and usually eaten during the grape harvest. As the name implies – ‘Zwiebel’ means ‘onion’ – its main ingredient is...

Döner Kebab

Döner

Döner is a sandwich made from Turkish flatbread filled with some sort of shaved meat, different kinds of vegetables and sauce. Along with Currywurst, Döner is Germany’s most favourite street food today! While the...

Rohesser

Rohesser

Rohesser is a certain type of raw pork sausage from Germany which is mainly eaten as a snack or in combination with traditional German ‘Abendbrot’ – a cold dinner with a wide variety of...

German Leberknödel with Sauerkraut and mashed potatoes

Leberknödel

Leberknödel are German dumplings made from beef or pork liver. The traditional specialty is mainly eaten in the regions of Palatinate, Bavaria and Swabia in the south of Germany. Apart from that, certain variations...

Germknödel

Germknödel

Germknödel are a sweet delicacy from Bavaria and Austria. These fluffy dumplings are made from yeast dough and are filled with a spicy plum jam. They are usually topped with poppy seeds and sugar...

Federweißer

Federweißer

Federweißer, also known as “Neuer Wein” (new wine), is an alcoholic drink made from fermented pressed grape juice and is common in the wine regions of Germany. The name is German and is composed...

Schorle

Schorle

Schorle is a very refreshing and extremely popular beverage in Germany. The distinct characteristic of Schorle is that it is a mixture of usually two drinks whereas one ingredient is always carbonated water or...

Feuerzangenbowle

Feuerzangenbowle

Feuerzangenbowle is a hot alcoholic beverage which is similar to the famous mulled wine, known as Glühwein in Germany. The drink is usually served during the cold months before Christmas or for new Year’s...

Brezenknödel

Brezenknödel

Brezenknödel are a Bavarian variation of the traditional Knödel from Germany. Instead of using potatoes or bread crumbs, the dough for Brezenknödel (Pretzel Dumplings) is made from lye pretzels, as the name indicates already....

German Saumagen with pan-fried potatoes and Sauerkraut

Saumagen

Saumagen is a popular dish from the Palatinate in southwest Germany. The literal translation of the name is “sow’s stomach”. An expression that might not have the most positive connotation to people who are not familiar with...

Laugenbrezel

Laugenbrezel

A Laugenbrezel is a traditional German food made from dough which is then baked in the form of a pretzel loop. The particularity about this type of pretzel is that it is dipped in...

Currywurst with bread role

Currywurst

Currywurst consists of a traditional German sausage (with or without casing) topped with a spicy tomato-based sauce and curry powder. It is most commonly served with French fries or bread roles. Besides the famous...

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