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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!
A matured, soft cheese.
Hard cheese to be savoured raw or cooked (raclette, cheese toppings).
Potatoes steamed with onions and bacon, a typical farm dish from the Upper Vosges.
Ingredients: 250 g of flour, 5 cl of oil, 2 large onions, 120 g of bacon pieces, 20 g of butter, 100 g of fromage blanc, 10 cl of double cream, a...
Foie gras comes in loaves, terrines and more rarely in pie form, which earned the Strasbourg version of foie gras its reputation at the end of the...
Traditional pasta that looks like shredded noodles.
Pascal lamb, a lamb-shaped cake.
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...