Top 5: German food (and how to pronounce it)
A universal thing that brings all us Indians together is food. It doesn’t matter where in the world we are, we cannot even go three days without eating Maa ki Dal. The same is the case for Germans, they love their food and are proud of it! Here are our Top 5 German food recommendations (and how to pronounce them) – must try for everyone visiting Germany:
Mostly served at fast-food stands, Fischbrötchen is a fish sandwich with a few more ingredients like onions and pickles, while the type of fish used varies.
How to pronounce it? Fish-boi-chin.
Traditional to Bavaria, Schweinsbraten is a large piece of seasoned pork, which is roasted whole in the oven. Drooling yet? The dripping caused by the roast is used to make a sauce that is served with the meat; classic German food.
How to pronounce it? Sh-vine-ah-brah-din
3. Rote grütze
Commonly known in Northern Germany, Rote grütze is a classic summer dessert of a pudding-like consistency and is traditionally served with vanilla sauce, and topped with red currants and raspberries.
How to pronounce it? Haut-e goi-tsuh.
Originally from Swabia, Maultaschen consists of a meat, spinach, and bread crumb filling, with an outer layer of pasta dough. It is quite similar to ravioli, only much bigger.
How to pronounce it? Maul-ta-schin.
5. Aufschnitt (Cold Cuts)
Perfect to either snack on, or cooking a quick meal, Aufschnitt is a thick piece of sausage cut into thin slices and served on a slice of bread. It fills you up without much hassle in preparing, or any clean up after.
How to pronounce it? Auf-schnit.
Besides these 5, when in Germany make sure to binge on A LOT of bread, chocolate, and sausages.
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