When it comes to German cuisine you can see the social and political changes the country has made through time, based on the traditional foods that were once popular. With so many countries surrounding Germany, you can also see the influences of other countries within its cuisine which only makes traditional German recipes even more interesting. But I can’t list them all here, so instead, I have hand-picked ten foods, snacks and desserts that I think are most worth a try…

 


 

German Sausage Bake

German Sausage Bake

German Sausage Bake

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Traditional German Apple Cake

Traditional German Apple Cake

Traditional German Apple Cake

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Authentic Kartoffelpuffer

Authentic Kartoffelpuffer

Authentic Kartoffelpuffer

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German Christmas Stollen

German Christmas Stollen

German Christmas Stollen

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Hunter Schnitzel with Mushroom Gravy

Hunter Schnitzel with Mushroom Gravy

Hunter Schnitzel with Mushroom Gravy

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Badischer Plum Cake

Badischer Plum Cake

Badischer Plum Cake

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Beef Rouladen

Beef Rouladen

Beef Rouladen

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Homemade German Apfelstrudel

Homemade German Apfelstrudel

Homemade German Apfelstrudel

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Sauerkraut Beer Brats

Sauerkraut Beer Brats

Sauerkraut Beer Brats

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Traditional German Cookies

Traditional German Cookies

Traditional German Cookies

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Do you have a recipe for traditional German food that you love? Why not share the link in the comments below!

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