8 Popular German Dishes You Have To Try RIGHT NOW!😍

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Let’s talk about food! What should you eat in Germany? What can you make at home right now? Where should you even start with German food?

Will you only eat Schnitzels and Bratwurst?!

There is much more to German cuisine that Schnitzels and Bratwurst although you should try these too. 🙂 In this article, we’ll take you through 8 popular German dishes to get you started. Note them down and make sure you try them in Germany!

Or make them at home and start enjoying German cuisine right now.

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In the video below, you’ll find these 8 popular German dishes and have an introduction to what they actually are so you can work out if you want to eat them or now.

There’s more variety than you might expect, although it is quite meat heavy.

German food is also quite regional. Even popular dishes like Rouladen can taste different in different parts of the country. So don’t just try it once!

You can find our full guides to popular Rouladen here, Pork Knuckle here and Käsespätzle here.

Want to learn more about German food? Find our guide to German dinner dishes here and the best dessert recipes here. You can also find all our German food articles here.

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