2German CuisineGerman cuisine is a style of cooking that derived from the nation of Germany.Ingredients and dishes vary by providence.
3MeatBeef, pork, and poultry are the main varieties of meat consumed in Germany.The average person in Germany will consume 140 pounds of meat per year.There are over 1500 different types of sausage in Germany.
4Fish Trout is the most common fish consumed in Germany. Pike, carp, and European perch are also consumes.Many seafish, like salmon, tuna, sardines, mackerel, and herring are now established through the country.
5VegetablesVegetables are often served as side dishes, as vegetable soup, or in stew.Carrots, turnips, spinach, peas, beans, broccoli, and many types of cabbage are very common in Germany.Asparagus is a very important vegetable to German culture, especially white asparagus.Fried onions are a common addition to many meat dishes in the country.
6BreadBread is an important in Germany and considered a necessary aspect to a healthy diet.The most common breads in Germany are rye-wheat, toast bread, whole grain, wheat-rye, white bread, and multigrain.Bread rolls are also very commonly eaten in Germany.
7RecipeThere are many recipes that are specifically related to German culture.One of the recipes mentioned in the “German for Beginners” workbook was for a “Kartoffel- Zucchini- Auflauf”, which is similar to a potato- zucchini soufflé.
8Ingredients 750 g Kartoffeln 400 g Zucchini 1 Zweibel 1 Apfel 4 Eier 200 g suße Sahne3 El ButterSalz, PfefferEstragon
9Preparations Zweibel schalen, schneiden und anbraten. Dann in eine Auflaufform fullen.Kartoffeln washen, schalen, in dunne Scheiben schneiden.Zucchini in dinne Scheiben schneiden.Apfel schalen und in Scheiben schneiden.
10CookingDie Kartoffel-, Zucchini- und Apfelscheiben in die Auflaufform legen.Den Backofen auf 200 degrees C vorheizen.Die Eier und die Sahne verruhren, mit Salz, Pfeffer, und Muskatnuss wurzen.Estragon in feine Streifen schneiden und mit der Eiersahne verruhren.Das Ganze gleichmaßig uber die Gemuse- und Apfelschneiben gießen.Auflaufform mit Deckel fur ca. 20 Minuten in den Backofen stellen (mittlere Scheine).Danach Deckel wegnehmen. Nach ca. 30 Minuten ist der Auflauf fertig.
11ConclusionThere are many types of food that are significant to German culture. German recipes are used to share this culture with friends and family.Various meats, fishes, vegetables, and breads are seen in different parts of the country.German recipes require ingredients, preparations, and cooking.
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