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Germany Cuisine and Food


Wurst means sausage, and Germany is said to have over 1,500 different kinds. Every region has its own specialty, often sold as snacks on the street with a roll and a large dollop of mustard. Bratwurst is long and served grilled. All sorts of spicy sausages, salamis and cold hams are served at a typical evening meal.

Alsatian-Style Chicken & Dumplings

Alsatian-Style Chicken & Dumplings
A traditional dish of Germany, eaten during dinner or festive seasons.

Apple & Dried Cherry Strudel

Apple & Dried Cherry Strudel
The traditional strudel is eaten in the evening (tea time). It is made with the dough which is rolled and stretched till it becomes paper-thin by hand. To save time, use frozen phyllo dough, which is completely prepared and easy to use. Delicious and tasty, the apple or cherry can be substitute with orange or lemon.

Chicken Rouladen

Chicken Rouladen
If you have only enjoyed rouladen prepared with red meat, this version, made with flattened boneless, skinless chicken breasts will be a pleasant, lighter alternative. Cheese-lovers can add a thin slice of provolone or swiss cheese over the ham before topping with the roasted red pepper.

Chocolate cherry bread

Chocolate cherry bread
Chocolate and cherries pair in some of the world's favorite sweets, including Germany's Black Forest cake. This deep-toned dough packs a double dose of chocolate in the form of cocoa powder and tiny chocolate bits. Dried cherries, which are very concentrated, add a burst of fruit flavor with every bite.

German Baked pancakes

German Baked pancakes
This pancake is more akin to Yorkshire pudding than to griddle cakes, since both are based on light batters and baked at high temperatures. The pancake puffs up dramatically in the oven. Simplify the recipe by skipping the apples and serving with just a squeeze of fresh lemon juice and a dusting of confectioners sugar.

Spiced Pear Pie with Almond Streusel

Spiced Pear Pie with Almond Streusel
Most baked fruit pies have an upper crust to hold in moisture during cooking; some, like this one, are topped with crumbs that serve the same purpose, but also add extra flavor and crunch.

Rhineland Chicken Burgers

Rhineland Chicken Burgers
The burgers are a delicious meal eaten during lunch or dinner, and is found in most countries. The soft patties will be easier to shape if you wet your hands, the patties will firm up as they cook. Most supermarket meat departments will grind the chicken for you, or you may find it already prepared and packaged.



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