Recipe Collections – Recipes from Berlin

In Germany’s capital, the culinary scene is quite a sight. The classic German Currywurst is a classic in this region, in addition to what Clinton famously called himself: a Berliner! The surrounding regions of Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Hamburg, and Sachsen all greatly influence the Berlinerfood from this area.

Berliner Currywurst

A classic German wurst dish with a kick of curry.

Berliner Kartoffelsalat (Potato Salad Berlin Style)

Kaiser Wilhelm’s favorite dish!

Berlin Potato Soup

A hearty soup to serve hot with fresh chopped parsley, roasted onions and fresh, coarse rye bread.

Berliner Pfannkuchen (Berlin Donuts)

Berlin’s famous donuts.

Eisbein mit Sauerkraut (Pork Knuckle with Sauerkraut)

A delectable hearty meat dish with sauerkraut and potatoes.

Karpfen Polnisch

Carp filets prepared with a Polish touch.

Kasseler mit Sauerkraut und Puree (Smoked Pork Chops with Sauerkraut and Mashed Potatoes)

Smoked pork chops paired nicely with sauerkraut and potatoes.

Koenigsberger Wedding Noodles

Classic Koenigsberger Kloepse (beef meatballs) are made into a meal with thick wedding noodles.

Lentil Vegetable Soup with Smoked Pork Shanks

A healthy dish of lentils and vegetables with lean smoked pork from the shank and delicious spices and herbs.

Rollmops nach Berliner Art

Herring filets wrapped around gherkins is a great side to any dish.

Rotkohlrouladen (Red Cabbage Rouladen)

Rouladen (“roll-ups”) are a very popular dish in Germany. There are several basic variations, of which cabbage Rouladen are one of the favorites in Berlin.

Spritzkuchen

Choux pastry, baked in fat, and covered with icing.

Gebratene Bouletten