Cult German Fast Food
Who doesn’t like a delicious curry sausage with a spicy-fruity curry sauce? The cult dish from Germany.
Try it with red or white sausages
What do you always crave the most? Exactly, what you can’t get at the moment – this time it was the Germans’ favorite currywurst!
When we still lived in Germany, it was normal to eat a Currywurst here and there at a snack stand. The desire for Currywurst with bread rolls or French fries was limited because you could always eat it when you wanted to.
It looks completely different if you don’t get the meal at each corner every time. So it was time again to sharpen the knives, get out the pots and take matters in hand oneself. As a result, you can now easily and quickly cook my delicious curry sauce at home and enjoy it.
A completely different question arises when it comes to the sausage: “with” or “without” resp. “red” or “white”? “With” or “red” means a sausage with skin, that is a red, smoked, and fried boiled sausage whereas “without” or “white” means a sausage without skin (a white sausage without casing). I like both, but prefer the red bratwurst for Currywurst.
Try this recipe and find out how you like the Currywurst best.
You can easily freeze the curry sauce, if not used up all at once.
Make a perfect German Currywurst
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German Currywurst Recipe Reviews
Learn what people are saying after they tried the classic German Currywurst.
My favorite German fast food
I love to have a German Currywurst from time to time. It tastes like in Germany and with self-baked rolls, it's even better!