The Journey to promote the Gastronomic Value around the world: German Cuisine

(Records) German cuisine has evolved as a national cuisine through centuries of social and political change with variations from region to region.

1. Beer

German Beer Classes (pinterest.com)

Germany is known for its beer. Each year, thousands of tourists flock to Oktoberfest in Munich, just to savor the taste of a true German brew. From Weissbier to Pils, to Starkbierto Helles and Dunkles, Germany certainly offers a rich variety to choose from.

 

2. Brez'n

Brez'n (dw.com)

The perfect accompaniment to a Mass, meaning 1 Liter, beer. In English, people know theBrez’n as a pretzel, but in no way does the genuine German version compare to the ones they sell on the streets in New York, for example. The real German deal, which originates from the south in Bavaria, is fresh and soft. It is also often sold with butter, which would make it a Butterbrez’n. If you can’t get hold of either, – which is highly unlikely, – Germany boasts the world’s widest range of breads. Whether you like your dough with raisins, walnuts, sunflower seeds, carrot strips or made out of whole wheat, you can find it in Germany.

 

3. Wurst

Wurst (germanfoodguide.com)

As with bread, there are Würste, meaning sausages, of all sorts. While Berlin is notorious for its Currywurst, Bavarians eat Weisswurst mit Süßem Senf. The former is pretty self-explanatory; it is a sausage with curry on top. The latter, however, requires a bit more getting used to; Weisswurst is a white sausage that you have to peel, and to enhance its taste, people enjoy it with Süßem Senf, meaning sweet mustard. Another Bavarian treat is the Wollwurst, which combines calf and pork. In Thüringen or Nürnberg, in turn, try theRostbratwurst mit Sauerkraut, a grilled sausage accompanied by sauerkraut.

 

4. Schweinebraten

Schweinebraten (eatsmarter.de)

Carnivores will certainly get their share of delights in Germany. While sausages are great to consume at the markets, if you are actually going to sit down at a restaurant, have a go at a Schweinebraten. Schwein means pig, and so a Schweinebraten is a pork roast. It’s best if you get a nice, large boneless pork shoulder. Usually, it is served with some kind of accompanying sauce and Knödel, meaning dumplings.

 

5. Brathend'I

Brathendl (escunited.com)

Moving on to chicken now. A Brathend’l is a roasted chicken. Some see it as a unique treat to be consumed on Sundays and festivities, but over time, it has become a standard that is sold at many of the outdoor beer gardens and markets. At Oktoberfest, you can get coupons for a Halbes Hend’l, meaning half a roasted chicken. It might appear to be a lot at first, but with a Mass Bier and some Brez’n, you’ll have it down in no time.

 

6. Steckerlfisch

Steckerlfisch (audiokarma.org)

Enough said about meat. With its many lakes and rivers, Germany also has fish options to choose from. Steckerlfisch could technically be considered a type of fast food as they are often grilled outside, at a beer garden or otherwise. But they taste a lot better than your average fish ‘n chips. Up north, in turn, you can try the Nordsee Krabben, literally meaning North Sea crabs. Hering (herring) and Rollmops (pickled herring) are also popular.

 

7. Eintopf

eintopf (lecker.de)

Germany can get quite cold in the winter, and soups are popular. The Eintopf, however, is more than a soup. Topf literally means “pot,” and this dish involves cooking a mix of meat and vegetables in it. In the olden days, it emerged as a way to combine leftovers and thus there was no one specific recipe; one day, it might carry carrots, another only potatoes. This tradition remains to this day, and because of the easy preparation, the stew is served in homes and restaurants alike.

 

8. Kasespatzle:

Kasespatzle (chefkoch.de)

Up until this point, vegetarians have probably been despairing. With Käsespätzle, however, there is no need to do so. Spätzle are a type of egg noodle, which are frequently topped with Käse, meaning cheese. The latter is usually mild, and more often than not, cooks opt to add roasted onions for a little more flavor. In some places, the Käsespätzle are served directly with the pan – be careful, it’s hot!

 

9. Lebkuchen

Lebkuchen (telegraph.co.uk)

Though they are sold year-round, Lebkuchen are most popular at Christmas time. Originally from Nürnberg, Lebkuchen are made of gingerbread dough, and can come coated with chocolate, walnuts, dried fruits, and other treats. The standard are round, but tradition has it that people make entire Lebkuchen houses, too. These are then calledHexenhäus’l, meaning witch house.

 

10. Rote Grutze

Rote Grutze (lecker.de)

Rote Grütze takes advantage of the countless forests of Germany. Specifically, in that it uses the berries that grow in them. The dessert combines anything remotely red (hence the name “rot”); that is, strawberries, blueberries, raspberries, cherries etc. Usually, it is served with Sahne, meaning cream, or Vanilleeis, meaning vanilla ice cream.

 

11. Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte

Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte (pinterest.com)

Another treat thanks to the forest. Schwarzwald refers to the Black Forest, and Kirschmeans cherry. This calorie bomb combines the antioxidants of cherries with the sweetness of chocolate, all into a multi-layered cake. The image says it all – you won’t leave Germany hungry.

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