Thuringia, officially the Free State of Thuringia, is a state of central Germany, covering 16,171 square kilometres, the sixth smallest of the sixteen German states. It has a population of about 2.1 million.
In Thuringia, you will find some delectable dishes that you just cannot miss! There are some mouth-watering dishes and tasty dishes like Mutzbraten, Thüringer Klöße, and Thüringer Leberwurst and many more. Continue reading to know more.
Mutzbraten is a spit-roasted pork dish that originated in the region of Thuringia. Next the pork meat is cut into pieces and is marinated in a mixture of salt, pepper, water, thyme, marjoram, and onions. The pork meat should then be marinated overnight to seal in the flavor of the marinade.
The most popular places to try out Mutzbraten are Erbenhof Restaurant & Lounge and Christopher's.
hüringer Klöße, also spelled Thüringer Klösse, or in English called Thuringian dumplings, is a traditional German dumpling made with grated raw potatoes and mashed cooked potatoes with crunchy roasted bread cubes. The dumplings are usually cooked in simmering water, but can also be browned. The dish is typically served with a Sunday roast, often along with sauerkraut and red cabbage and lots of gravy.
The most popular places to try out Thüringer Klöße are Chacha Feeka Famous Lassi Peray Wali, Thüringer Klöße and LOST ANTHES.
One of the most popular sausages in Thuringia, a state located in central Germany, this dish has been around for over two centuries. The ingredients used in creating this sausage typically include pork meat, pork liver, braised onions, nitrate curing salt and a mix of various herbs and spices. For the dish to be considered authentic, at least 51 percent of the ingredients must have originated within Thuringia itself.
The most popular places to try out Thüringer Leberwurst are Beigel Shop and Chacha Feeka Famous Lassi Peray Wali.
Altenburger Goat Cheese originates from the Thuringian-Saxton area. It is produced from its original 1987 recipe in the Altenburger Land Cheese Dairy in Hartha. This type of goat cheese is only allowed to be produced in the districts of Altenburger Land, Burgenland, and Leipzig and the independent city of Gera.
The most popular places to try out Altenburger Ziegenkäse are Robiola di Roccaver and Best Beer.
Thüringer Rostbratwurst, a German pork and veal sausage, dates back to 1404. It originates in Thuringia and has a very rich history in their culture. The oldest recipe is found in the State Archive in Welmar. Finely minced beef, pork or veal is used from the upper part of the shoulder. These ingredients are blended and filled into a pig or sheep intestine with spices.
The most popular places to try out Thüringer Rostbratwurst are Original Thüringer Rostbratwurst, Croissants and Christopher's.
Weimarer Zwiebelkuchen is an onion tart, widely known as part of the tradition at the annual Weimar Onion Fair. The savory onion tart is made from a yeast dough base and layered with fried onion slices. The tart is topped with an egg and sour cream mixture. The dish is also called a Weimar onion cake.
The most popular places to try out Weimarer Zwiebelkuchen are Croissants and Oblix`.
This ingredient is comprised of a sausage that contains diced pork that has been seasoned. The pork is commonly stuffed into a sort of casing that can be made of either pork skin or intestines. Eichsfelder Feldgieker gets its flavor through a combination of unique smoking process and a special blend of spices which usually includes garlic and coriander.
The most popular places to try out Eichsfelder Feldgieker are Christopher's, Oblix` and Thüringer Spezialitäten Onlinehandel.
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