A German Specialty: CurryWurst/CurrySausage

CurryWurst, a German specialty
This is a typical German dish, with sliced sausages topped with a sweet curry sauce (mix of ketchup sauce and curry powder) , accompanied by french fries or small bread rolls (Brötchen). This dish is very appreciated by tourists who come and taste this local dish as well as by the German people. It is tasty and not too spicy.

The invention of CurryWurst is attributed to Herta Heuwer in Berlin in 1949, after obtaining ketchup, sausages and curry powder from British soldiers. She mixed the ingredients all up and the first CurryWurst was born. Later, special shops were created to serve this typical German dish. Berlin and Hamburg are the most famous CurryWurst cities in which the dish appeared first.

I have tasted this dish myself when I went to Germany, and I appreciated it very much: it is not too spicy, and not overly sweet; filling up your stomach quite well.

So if you happen to visit Germany one day, I recommend that you taste this German specialty, the CurryWurst.

Happy tasting and enjoy !
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