Enough about cars and back to the topic of the day - German food. After a careful analysis, I have come to the conclusion that German food is as meticulously prepared as in all the other things that Germans do. Below is a list of the top rated German dishes.

Top 5 German dishes you should sample
Top 5 German dishes you should sample

Everybody knows that the masterly of Germans in making heavy machinery is unrivaled. Their engineers and craftsmen are eccentric about quality - a reason why their cars such as Mercedes, Volkswagen, and Volvo have remained the top-rated automobiles even in the face of the Japanese competition.

Enough about cars and back to the topic of the day - German food. After a careful analysis, I have come to the conclusion that German food is as meticulously prepared as in all the other things that Germans do. Below is a list of the top rated German dishes.

1. Currywurst

This delicacy was invented in Berlin in the 1940's as the World War II was ranging on. A wurst is a sausage that is sliced up and flavored with ketchup and curry powder that comes with different degrees of heat. Currywurst is German's top street food.

2. Eintopf

There is nothing as delicious as a steaming bowl of Eintopf after a day out in the cold skiing. This German delicacy is prepared with some broth, vegetables, potatoes and then some meat (commonly pork, beef or chicken) or sometimes fish.

3. Kasespatzle

This delicacy is popular in the south. It is made with noodles made of wheat floor and some eggs which are then served with cheese. Beware, the dish is served hot straight from the pan.

4. Kartoffelpuffer

The ingredients used to make this dish include; grated potatoes which are mixed with wheat flour, eggs and onions and then seasoned. It is served as a main course dish along with meat or fish; or sweet with apple sauce, blueberries, sugar and cinnamon.

5. Sauerbraten

If you love meat, you will find ready partners in Germany. Sauerbraten is a roasted meat dish that is considered one of the national dishes. It was originally made from horsemeat but nowadays people have embraced beef. The roasted meat is then marinated in wine, vinegar, spices, and herbs. The meal is served with braised cabbages and then washed down with pilsner beer.

If you had any doubts about the Germans ability in the kitchen, you just need to sample the above dishes and you will be forced to revise that position. Hopefully, you will be able to sample all the above dishes before you leave the country.

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