3 Essential German Snacks Dishes You Have To Try

Germany has a diversified and delicious cuisine to match its rich cultural heritage and historical landmarks. Snack dishes in German cuisine are notable for their flavor and heritage. 

German foods are incomplete without the Brezel, or pretzel. This chewy, golden-brown twisted bread is sometimes topped with coarse salt. German bakeries have sold pretzels for generations, first from Southern Germany.

Brezeln (Pretzels)

The iconic German street snack Currywurst represents post-war innovation and cultural interaction. Steamed and fried pork sausage slices are seasoned with curry ketchup sauce. The dish usually comes with fries or bread rolls. Currywurst, invented in Berlin.

Currywurst

Try the Fischbrötchen for a marine twist on nibbles. Northern Germans, especially coastal residents, love this simple but tasty snack. It usually includes a fresh roll with pickled or marinated herring, mackerel, or salmon, onions, pickles, and remoulade sauce. 

Fischbrötchen (Fish Sandwich)

Käsespätzle, the German equivalent of macaroni and cheese, is hearty and warm. It has Spätzle, soft egg noodles, shredded cheese, and crispy fried onions. This meal is popular across Germany but is traditional in Swabia.

Käsespätzle

Lebkuchen, a dessert, is a must-have for any German treat list, especially around Christmas. German gingerbread cookies are glazed with sugar or chocolate and decorated with almonds.

Lebkuchen

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