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Must-Try Food and Drinks in Germany

Must-Try Food and Drinks in Germany

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Must-Try Food and Drinks in Germany
While you boost your learning in a high-quality university in Germany, why not indulge in delicious German food as well? From cheese, mustard, to pretzel, Germany takes pride in contributing rich flavors to the international menu.

When you study in Germany, remember to prepare your taste buds for a culinary experience. Below are some of the popular German food and drink you must try:

Sauerbraten

First on the list is sauerbraten, which is considered the national dish of Germany. This dish is a pot roast that takes a long time to prepare. Literally translated as “sour roast,” sauerbraten is traditionally cooked with horse meat, venison, or beef. It can be served in a family dinner on the weekend, as its cooking process takes days of marinating in red wine, vinegar, and herbs and spices. It is usually drowned in gravy and served with potato dumplings, boiled potatoes, and red cabbage.

Currywurst

Currywurst is a popular street food sausage in Germany, best served hot, with ketchup and curry powder as dippings. This dish can also be spicy. Currywurst is a student-favorite as it is widely available in street corners.

Döner Kebab

Introduced to the country by Turkish immigrant workers in the ’60s and ’70s, döner kebab was a massive hit back in the day. It took both West and East Berlin and the rest of Germany by storm. Döner kebab consists of meat, lettuce, onions, tomatoes, and a garlicky sauce, all wrapped in pita bread. These days, you can opt for a vegan version, which is becoming more common. 

German Pretzels

Pretzels are probably one of the most famous exports of Germany. It is so beloved by Germans that it is even consumed with beer. These salty knots would only cost you a little money. So try bretzels, as the Germans call them, and eat them with whatever you like. It can be with a spicy mustard dip, a sausage in Bavaria, or simply with butter.

Rumkuchen

Rumkuchen or rum cakes are perfect for chilly weather. This cake will leave your tummy full and your cheeks flushed due to the rum. It is a moist cake that is popular every holiday season.

Maultaschen

Maultaschen is Germany’s version of ravioli, only a lot bigger. It is usually palm-sized, cut in squares, dough with fillings, from sweet to savory and meaty to vegetarian. Its traditional ingredients include minced meat, spinach, onions, and bread crumbs, then seasoned with salt, pepper, and parsley.

German Beer

Germany won’t be the country that it is without beer. It is so incorporated in Germany’s reputation that the country’s legal drinking age is 16. The country also hosts Oktoberfest, which is a wild celebration of beer.

There are a lot of beers in Germany. Hefeweizen is a wheat beer that is cloudy and Bavarian-style. Kölsch, on the other hand, is a refreshing and easy-drinking beer served in small glasses that are perfect even in meals. Germany’s pale ale called pilsner or pils is made with Bavarian bottom-fermenting yeast, light malts, and spicy and flowery hops.

Apart from food and drink, Germany also offers top-notch education and quality of living. Check out our articles here at MSM Unify to learn more.

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