Image Alt


German cuisine is rich, substantial, and varied. It’s comfort food made with high-quality local ingredients. The country’s cuisine has been influenced not just by the country’s agricultural heritage, but also by the numerous immigrants who have settled in it throughout the years. From well-prepared, well-served meals to quick lunches on the go, there’s a host of deliciousness that awaits all those who travel there.


Currywurst has been almost synonymous with German cuisine since 1945, when Herta Heuwer, a Berlin lady, obtained ketchup and curry powder from British soldiers in 1949, mixed them together, and served the result over grilled sausage, immediately creating a German street food staple.

Today, currywurst is still one of the most popular sausage-based street meals in Germany, notably in Berlin, Cologne, and the Rhine-Ruhr region, where it’s frequently served with chips and ketchup or mayonnaise or a bread roll. It’s the perfect snack to get you through a busy day of sightseeing.


Swabia’s Maultaschen are similar to ravioli but larger. They are typically palm-sized, square pockets of dough with a variety of fillings ranging from savoury to sweet. Minced meat, bread crumbs, onions, and spinach, all seasoned with salt, pepper, and parsley, are a typical combination.

To make them a tender, creamier delicacy, they’re commonly boiled and served with broth instead of sauce, but they can also be pan-fried and buttered for added richness. Maultaschen can be found throughout Germany but are most prevalent in the south. These tasty dumplings have become so popular in this region that the European Union designated Maultaschen as a regional speciality and a significant part of Baden-cultural Württemberg’s heritage in 2009.


Rouladen is a mouthwatering combination of bacon, onions, mustard, and pickles wrapped in sliced beef or veal. It is a popular meal in western Germany and the Rhine region. Vegetarian and other meat variants are also commonly available nowadays, but the real deal is definitely beef rouladen.

This is a go-to dish for family gatherings and special events with potato dumplings, mashed potatoes, and pickled red cabbage served typically as accompaniments. 

Post a Comment