Continuing my series on What is your favourite street food?

Popular German Street Foods!

Bratwurst

Bratwurst- German street food

Bratwurst summarizes a large category of sausages, including variations made from pork, beef, veal, poultry or combinations of two or more. The most common version is made from pork meat. Textures vary from coarse to super fine. Some sausages are smoked. The size, shape, and taste of the sausage can vary greatly by region. Most of the time the sausage is eaten with mustard.

Currywurst

Currywurst, German street food

Currywurst

A tasty pork bratwurst served whole or sliced. One of the most popular street foods of all times is topped with a spicy curry sauce or curry ketchup and an extra dusting of curry powder. French Fries are a common side dish.

Fleischkäse/Leberkäse im Brötchen

Fleischkäse/Leberkäse im Brötchen, German street food

Fleischkäse or in some regions it is called Leberkäse, is a meatloaf. It consists of corned beef, pork, bacon and onions and is made by grinding the ingredients very finely and then baking it as a loaf in a bread pan.
The street food version is served in a crispy bun, topped with ketchup or mustard.

Fischbrötchen

Fischbrötchen, German street food

Fischbrötchen is a crispy roll with fish and other components like fresh white or dried onions, pickles, remoulade, creamy horseradish sauce, ketchup, or cocktail sauce. The fish added is often Bismarck, salmon, eel, mackerel, crab or pickled herring. The snack is commonly eaten in Northern Germany.

Döner Kebab

Döner Kebab, German street food

Döner kebab may be an international food, but it was in fact introduced by a Turkish living in Germany. The kebab itself is made of a special type of bread that is filled with thin slices of meat, that is normally beef or chicken, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and different kind of sauces.

Belegte Brötchen

Belegte Brötchen, German street food

Belegte Brötchen describes a wide range of different kind of crispy rolls with cold cuts or cheese put between the two halves of the bread. Often lettuce, cucumber, tomatoes, butter or mayonnaise are added to complete this German-style sandwich.
Belegte Brötchen is usually sold in bakeries.

Germknödel

Germknodel, German street food

Germknödel is a fluffy yeast dough dumpling with vanilla cream sauce, melted butter, seeds, sugar on top, and plum sauce in the middle. If you go to Germany on Easter or Christmas time, you can easily find it at Easter/Christmas market.

Boulette

Boulette, street food Germany

A famous meatball usually served with batter rolls and tomato sauce. Decorated with basil, it looks so yummy that you will not be able to get your hands and mouths away from it!

Rote grütze

Rote grütze, German street food

This red fruit pudding comes from Schleswig-Holstein in the north of Germany. It’s usually made from black and red currants, raspberries and sometimes strawberries or cherries, which are all cooked in their juice, thickened with cornstarch or cornflour and served with cream, vanilla sauce or ice-cream.

So, what is your favourite #German #streetfood?

 

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