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Delicious and Unique German Food, Suitable for Meat Lovers

German FoodInterested in German culture? If so, of course, you will also be interested in various kinds of German specialties which of course have a very delicious taste. Curious, what is typical German food? Here are 10 of the most delicious German foods.


Wurst, or sausage, is a very popular food in Germany. German sausage is generally made of beef or pork. This German sausage can also be cooked and served in various forms. Several types of German sausage dishes, namely bratwurst, currywurst, weisswurst, and leberwurst. Meanwhile, there are also wurst or sausages that are not made from beef or pork alone. This sausage is like this, for, example weisswurst and leberwurst. Weisswurst is made from a mixture of veal, brain, and spleen. Meanwhile, leberwurst is made from seasoned beef or pork liver.

Schwarzwalder Kirschtorte

Schwarzwalder kirschtorte is known in various parts of the world by the name of the black forest. black forest is a chocolate cake covered with fresh vanilla cream and shavings of chocolate and decorated with cherries. Curious to try it? Visit Germany and don’t forget to hunt for the schwarzwalder kirschtorte!


This German food specialty is made from finely sliced ​​fermented white cabbage. The taste is certainly sour, but fresh and delicious! Besides being unique, sauerkraut is also very healthy for the body because this food contains a lot of vitamin C. In addition, sauerkraut is also very suitable for consumption when the weather is cold because this food can increase body temperature.


Kartoffelsalat, or potato salad, is made from boiled potato wedges mixed with fresh onions, mayonnaise, vinegar, tomatoes, eggs, milk dressing, and beef. This potato salad is of course very popular in Germany.


Apfelstrudel is a cake made from apples and is a traditional German cake. The texture of this Apfelstrudel is generally very soft and has a round shape. This apple cake is of course very delicious and so famous in Germany. That said, this cake was made for the first time in 1696!

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