What are the different types of sausages in Germany?
Germany is the land of wurst (sausage). Some varieties are below:
I've had many of these, most are phenomenal, as sausage goes. Add zwei bier and you've got an experience.
- Ahle Wurst
- Frankfurter Rindswurst
- Frankfurter Wurstchen
- Nurnberger Bratwurste
- Regensburger Wurst
- Thuringer rotwurst
- Thuringian sausage
- Westfalische Rinderwurst
I've had many of these, most are phenomenal, as sausage goes. Add zwei bier and you've got an experience.
Kartoffelwurst Hot dog Thuringian sausage Beutelwurst Kochwurst Jagdwurst Stippgrütze Frankfurter Rindswurst Thüringer Rotwurst Grützwurst Brühwurst Gelbwurst Cervelat Knipp Weißwurst Teewurst Mettwurst Blutwurst Liverwurst Braunschweiger Bierwurst Bratwurst Bockwurst Pinkel Westfälische Rinderwurst Knackwurst
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Germany is a democracy and a federal republic with sixteen states. At the national (federal) level Germany has a two-chamber parliamentary democracy elected largely on a system of proportional representation. It is a Federal Parliamentary Constitutional Republic. Germany's government system is a …federal parliamentary republic.Germany's government is a representative, parliamentary democracy and a federal republic consisting of 16 states. The parliament consists of two chambers, the Bundestag which is directly elected every four years, and the Bundesrat which is made up of representatives from the 16 state governments. The government is formed by the party or coalition that has the majority of votes in the Bundestag. It is headed be the Bundeskanzler (Chancellor) and a cabinet of ministers. The BundesprÃ¤sident (President) has a mostly representative and ceremonial function, although he can dissolve the parliament when the chancellor fails a no-confidence vote. He is elected every five years by the Bundestag and state representatives. ( Full Answer )
Answer . To help answer this question, I consulted my trusty cook-book, "The All-Purpose Cookbook, Joy of Cooking" by Irma S. Rombauer and Marion Rombauer Becker in 1964. That name is usually shortened to, the "Joy of Cooking". The Rombauer family (I think) has carried on the tradition of publ…ishing a "Joy of Cooking" nearly every year since 1931, when the first book was published. I received this book when I got married in 1968, and have treasured the book all these years. It has been a treasure trove of information about cooking, food preparation, food qualities and quantities, handling foods, etc. (I can look up a chart of a side of beef to see where certain cuts come from.) I looked up sausage to see whether the Rombauers have an answer to the question: "What is a sausage?". "At burchering time in our valley, the popular man is the one who knows how to flavor the sausage--not too much pepper or sage and just enough coriander. This process has to be played by ear, for > uncooked meat cannot be tasted to correct the seasoning and the strength of spices is so variable. The best way to learn is to mix a small batch and cook up a sample for the always-hungry helpers to test.. 1. To each part: Firm diced lard. Use: 2 parts lean ground pork. Season the lard with a mixture of:. Thyme. Summer savory. Coriander. Sweet marjoram. Pulverized bay leaf. Freshly ground pepper. > To cook fresh sausage patties, start them in a ^ cold ungreased pan over moderate heat and cook until medium brown on both sides and done throughout.". "II 6 Medium Patties. If you have a sudden hankering for one of these small-scale recipes, grind ^ twice with the finest grinder knives:. 1/2 lb lean pork. 1/2 lb pork fat. 1/2 lb lean veal. Mix in a large bowl:. 1 cup bread crumbs. grated rind of 1 lemon. 1/4 tsp each sage, sweet marjoram and thyme. 1/8 tsp summer savory. 1/2 tsp freshly ground black pepper. 2 tsp salt. A grating of fresh nutmeg. Add the ground meat and form this mixture into a 1 1/2-inch layer. Store overnight refrigerated and covered to blend the seasoning. ^ To cook, see 1 above.". On a preceding page, the Rombauers state: "There is freshly ground sausage meat or Country Sausage (see recipe above), which must be used at once. There are smoked sausages: frankfurters, wieners or Vienna sausage, Bologna and Mettwurst--all of which may be eaten as bought, but may also be simmered, baked or broiled for serving with pasta, hot vegetables and fruit garnish. If you broil or pan-fry cased sausages, prick them to keep the skins from bursting. This is not necessary if you have added a small quantity of water to the pan at the beginning of cooking or have first blanched, dried and floured them lightly before frying. Even then, if they swell quickly, prick them lightly before they burst, to give greater protection to the meat.. Dry sausages are also available: hard and soft cervelat, salami, saucison de Lyon, mortadella, pepperoni and chorizo. They are delicious as hors d'oeuvre, in sandwiches and for seasoning bland dishes.. Be sure that any kind of sausage you buy or make involves good quality meats. Cereal 'stretchers' are almost certainly present in commercial sausages unless they are marked 'pure' or 'all meat.' When properly made and if the casing is intact, dry sausages may be kept indefinitely in a cool place. For this reason, they have become known as 'summer sausages'--although they are available the year round. Dry types are particularly prized when refrigeration is lacking. Available, too--although they need constant refrigeration--are spiced meats like liver loaf or Braunschweiger, blood sausage, deviled minced ham and veal loaves. Once the sausage casing is cut open, smoked or cooked sausage can be stored refrigerated about 1 week; semidry and dry types, 2 weeks or more.". Surely that answers your question!. Cathy Williams ( Full Answer )
i find it that the kielbasy is lighter less seasoned and has a thicker casing. the Italian sausage is more for dishes that have stronger flavors.
Germany's government is a representative, parliamentary democracy and a federal republic consisting of 16 states. The parliament consists of two chambers, the Bundestag which is directly elected every four years, and the Bundesrat which is made up of representatives from the 16 state govern…ments. The government is formed by the party or coalition that has the majority of votes in the Bundestag. It is headed be the Bundeskanzler (Chancellor) and a cabinet of ministers. The BundesprÃ¤sident (President) has a mostly representative and ceremonial function, although he can dissolve the parliament when the chancellor fails a no-confidence vote. He is elected every five years by the Bundestag and state representatives. ( Full Answer )
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There are different types of technology that Germany exports. Thisincludes submarine boats which are equipped with AIP technology andmodern vehicles like Volkswagen and Mercedes among others.
Bologna is a type of sausage that contains bits of lard and is veryfinely ground. This is different because some types of sausages arecoarsely ground.
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According to Life on earth:on the land by the Diagram Group, Germany is in the temperate woodland biome.
Nowadays people living in Germany, as well as holiday visitors, eat much the same kinds of foods as are eaten in many other countries in Europe and North America. Popular everyday foods include fish, meats, sausages, potatoes and other vegetables, pizzas, etc. There are also many non-European restau…rants where you can eat many standard and special dishes from other countries of the world, including Turkey, India, Japan, China, etc. ( Full Answer )
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Healthcare in Germany is in the form of a universal multi payersystem. The system consists of both law enforced insurance andprivate insurance. People who fall below a certain income level,have their insurance provided through private non-profit "sicknessfunds."
Germany exports cereal, beans, potatoes, wine, and medicinal herbs.They also export vegetables for canning such as carrots, cabbage,beets, and onions. Many of Germany's vegetable and fruit crops areorganically grown.
Usually meat and ... stuff. What kind of meat, and what the "stuff" is, varies extremely,though most sausages are made of some kind of cow meat and/or somekind of pig meat and the "stuff" is often at least partly fat fromone or the other of those two animals and nearly always includessome kind of s…pices. The definition of "meat" can be pretty generous. The cheapestsausages are often made of those parts of the animal that are notconsidered desirable for other purposes (offal and sometimes partsof the head). Some specialty sausages, like liverwurst orbraunschweiger, are made mainly from specific internal organs (inboth the named cases, the liver). Sausages made from something other than that usually specify what.For example, turkey sausage is made from turkey and blood sausageis made from (yes, really) blood. ( Full Answer )
Sausages are a tradition in Germany and many other countries. Sausages have been a staple for centuries, as well as bread and pork.
Germany is considered to be a temperate region. This means thatGermany experiences four seasons, with minimal extreme weather.
Germany is known for Techno/ Trance, (Germany invented raves and techno music) a style of Techno called Happy Hardcore, and a style of music called Euro pop.
"Alt", "Dunkles", "Kristal-Weissbier", "Hefe-Weissbier NaturtrÃ¼b", "Berliner WeiÃe", "Helles", "Pils", "Bock", "Maibock", "Doppelbock", "KÃ¶lsch", "Lagerbier", "Roggen", "Rauchbier', "MÃ¤rzen" and "Urtyp" are about all the beers that are readily available. There are still some very small… breweries left that still produce some extraordinary specialities. . The most disgusting of all is the "Berliner WeiÃe", it is the weakest of all the German beers having only 2.8% vol of alcohol. Then comes the sacrilege, it tastes that bad that it always has a shot of Raspberry or woodruff syrup put in to it to make it drinkable ! ( Full Answer )
Germany is one of the most advanced countries in the world, with a higher percentage of immigrant than any other country. Through this extremely wide culture span Germany experiences all the trends of the world, including dance. All styles from "Latin American to European "ballroom dancing", form …traditional "Schuplatteln" to "Ballet", From the American "Boogie to the "hopping around" that the youth of today call dancing. Not only can be watched but also participated in. ( Full Answer )
It has a federal parliamentary government. This government was chosen under the direction of West Germany's occupiers, France, England and the USA.
The major religions in Germany are Roman Catholicism, Protest Lutheran, and Islam. The southern areas and cities along the Rhine river lean catholic. The northern areas lean protestant. The major urban areas have a large Turkish and Turkish German population; they lean Muslim. There are only about 3…,000 practicing Jews today in Germany. Any discussion on religion in Germany, however, should include the fact that most young Germans are atheist/humanist. Germany is a largely secular country. ( Full Answer )
Germany does not have one particular region. Instead, it hasseveral. They are Berlin, Bremen, Brandenburg, Hamburg, and Hessen.
Each type of sausage has slightly different ingredients, but they are the same in Germany as anywhere else. Usually pork or beef with spices. The primary difference from one type of sausage to another is how the meat is ground up and what spices are used.
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Bratwurst is a more fatty sausage than Italian sausage. It is a less expensive variety compared to what people would perceive Italian sausage as healthier and more gourmet.
Angela Merckel is the Chancellor of Germany. She is the leader of the Christian Democratic Party, a right-center party. She was born and raised in Leipzig, in the former East Germany. She is a physicist by trade. There are 2 primary democratic parties in the country: the Social Democratic Party & th…e Christian Democratic Party. The Greens usually join the SPD in a coalition government and the Free Democratic Party, has been known to join both parties over the years. The Christian Social Party is located in the state of Bavaria, and is the sister party of the CDU. Even though they have the word "Christian" in their name, the CDU is a secular party that has little clout with either the Lutheran or Roman Catholic churches. Germany is one of the most secular countries in Europe, with the vast majority of Germans, rarely attending church services any longer. The CDU is the major governing party in most of the states but over the last 2 years, the SPD has been reasserting itself! Today, the SPD's stronghold is Berlin, Hamburg and the Ruhr Industrial area. The CDU is the largest in the smaller cities and rural areas and in the former East Germany. Munich has always been a CDU stronghold. The President is more of a figurehead and ceremonially represents the country when heads of states visit or when he or she travels abroad. The Chancellor serves for 5 year terms. The CDU was the governing party after World War II and was in power till Willy Brandt of the SPD were able to win in 1966. ( Full Answer )
Modern Germans wear clothes that could be considered typical American clothing- jeans, t-shirts, etc. They generally don't wear hoodies and sweats as often as Americans do, though.
No difference! Kielbasa (AKA Polish Sausage) is sausage made with pork and/or beef and flavored with garlic, pimento, and cloves.
I've not heard of a hat called a sausage roll, but there is a device made to roll into hair to make a bun or French twist hairstyle that is sometimes referred to as a sausage roll. Hairstyles of the 1940s and 1950s were often created using these devices.
bratwurst(german) IS a sausage, just a different type, like bockwurst, bloodpudding,summer sausage,or just a common frankfurter!
Flat shore land in the North, high mountains in the south, many forests, very green
No it is from pigs. Sausage originated in Europe before there was a distinct country of Germany. Sausage is probably most popular in Germany.
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Sausage is usually a raw meat and salami is usually a preserved meat. Salami is just a type of sausage.
Germany has four seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter. But not as extreme as Canada or the northern USA.
Smoked sausage and kielbasa are basically the same thing ground pork, sometimes a little bit of beef and spices. There are many , many different recipes for smoked sausage ,and kielbasa or polish sausage is just one of them.
Oil in salmon is good for the brain, while fat in sausages, make your tummy flabby, which by all means, be your goal.
i know of bratwurst and pork sausage though i know there are many many more. i think Germany has as many types of sausage as France has cheese.
According to USDA FSIS regulations, hot dogs are fully cooked sausage products, so there is no regulatory difference. However, when you compare the products in the grocery, a sausage typically has visible pieces of meat, fat and spices while a hot dog typically has one uniform appearance throughout…. Also, sausages typically have more spicing in them overall, and tend to be sold as raw products while hot dogs are usuallly a little more mild and are sold as ready-to-eat products. ( Full Answer )
In the area where I stayed, they ate lots of small sweet strawberries with crepes, as a wine ingredient, and by themselves. There are lots of vineyards in the southern regions amongst windmills and green rolling hills. They eat lost of things with apricots, and they use orange zest in some recipes a…s well. Cherries and raspberries are also popular ingredients. ( Full Answer )
A regular sausage is made of minced meat normal beef or pork but now as a range of meats. A blood sausage (know in the UK as black sausage or black pudding) is made of fine mince, fat, herbs and the blood of the animal. Its boiled to solidify the blood and fat the skin is normally the intestine but …due to made cow disease its now a synthetic skin ( Full Answer )
The German economy was in awful condition, unemployment was high, crime rates were on the rise, and people were angry that they were made to feel responsible for World War I.
Andouille sausage is spicy and contains more paprika. Andouille isconsidered to be a Cajun type of sausage that is mostly used injambalaya and gumbo. Kielbasa is a Polish sausage that can be madeof beef or pork that contains a small amount of clove and paprika.It contains a heavy amount of garlic as… well. ( Full Answer )
They don't really have lots of events...i think. but their beer is very good. they also have the famous piano player...(U KNOW) Beethoven,that guy. also they have that Rhine River.also these jermany ppl is hard working....srry but if i have more time i would keep on writing...but i gotta do homewrk.… ppl=people (incase if u didn't figure out what ppl stand for) ~(^&^)~ ( Full Answer )
The ingredients in the sausage stuffing are very common ones. This includes onion, Celery, poultry seasonings and black pepper. Following traditional ways of stuffing will lead to a nice flavoured sausage stuffing.
In Berlin, Germany, currywurst is made using steamed then fried pork sausage. This sausage is then sliced and seasoned with curry, ketchup and other spices. It is a very popular fast food item in Germany.
Germany banned sausage making for the most of the duration of WorldWar 1 because they needed the cow intestines. The intestines wereused to make Zeppelin.
Yes. For men, the traditional dress is lederhosen, a pair of leather shorts with shoulder straps. Traditional dress for women is a dirndl, a type of dress. You can view these styles of dress in related links.
That would most certainly be the dachshund. There are different types though. The long haired miniature, long haired, smooth haired miniature, smooth haired,
Yes. Sausages are quite popular in Germany and German sausages,known as wurst, are popular both in other European countries aswell as with ethnic German communities in the Americas and Africa.