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Sauerkraut, Baekaoffa, Flammakueche (tarte flambée), Fleischschnacka, Bretzels, Hardaepfelpflutta… for savoury lovers and Kugelhopf, Berawecka, Bredalas, Mannala… for those with a sweet tooth! Not to mention the famous Alsace wines – sample the delights of Alsatian gastronomy!
Pascal lamb, a lamb-shaped cake.
Dark plum typical of Alsace, used to make tarts and jam, or distilled as eau de vie.
Pork brawn in jelly.
Asparagus has been cultivated in Alsace since the 16th century. Traditionally served with 3 sauces (mayonnaise, French dressing and hollandaise) and...
Fried carp served with mayonnaise and lemon, speciality of the Sundgau region.
Casserole with potatoes and three different types of meat marinated in white wine and traditionally baked in a terrine in the baker’s oven.
A colourless spirit usually taken at the end of a meal Typical produce of Val de Villé, the valleys of Orbey and Lapoutroie, eau de vie, or Schnaps,...
After choucroute, pot au feu (beef stew) is one of the oldest dishes in Alsace. This typical Sunday lunch is sometimes served with horseradish sauce...
Aniseed cookies, one of the oldest recipes for Christmas cookies.