Traditional German Food Recipes

The most famous of German food is the sausage and sauerkraut. However, different types and specialties vary from region to region and most of them are closely guarded secrets that have been passed from generation to generation.

Unfortunately, however, the traditional German recipes are at risk of being forgotten due to the emergence of large supermarkets and food stores where the products ready to eat German food popular areas such as dumplings sauerkraut, sauerbraten, etc. can be easily purchased. Only a few of the younger generation of Germans know how to prepare traditional German recipes, and unless the art of German cooking is revitalized, there is great risk of death traditional German recipes in the realms of past glories and forgotten.

Germany is also famous for its red meat; not only beef and pork, but also for its venison and rabbit very popular, as well as ham, salami and salted beef and dumplings of course the very famous German potato and other dishes of potatoes traditionally consumed with meat.

Some of the most popular traditional German recipes are:

- German sausages that are different from the American Frankfurter and is made with smoked pork and served with mustard.

- The traditional recipe sauerkraut is another German, which is very popular and is made of cabbage is chopped and fermented. It can be eaten alone or used as part of a recipe.

- A popular bratwurst sausage is prepared with beef or pork, and generally eaten with ketchup or mustard.

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