Dinner in Oberwarngau

Bavaria

Serves two

$75

Appetizer

 

Königsberger Klopse with New Potatoes

Traditional German pork meatballs served in a creamy lemon caper sauce, served with whole roasted potatoes

Contains: Fish, Gluten, Dairy, Eggs

 

Main

 

Sauerbraten

Rumored to have originated when the Romans sent beef marinating in wine to present day Bavaria, this dish is now a beloved staple of German cuisine. Beef roast is marinated in red wine, vinegar and spices for 3 days before being braised for several hours and served with a rich gravy

Contains: Gluten

Sides

 

Spätzle with Herb Butter

Translating literally to “little sparrow,” Spätzle is named as the noodles were thought to resemble small birds. These traditional egg noodles are sautéed in a parsley and chive compound butter and make the perfect accompaniment to the Sauerbraten

Contains: Eggs, Dairy, Gluten; V

 

Rotkraut

Thinly sliced red cabbage, onions and apples are fried with bacon and then slowly braised in red wine, making for a deeply savory side

Contains: Dairy; NG

 

Gurkensalat

This creamy cucumber salad is the perfect foil to the richness of the beef. Thinly sliced cucumbers and red onions tossed in a dill and sour cream dressing for a tangy crunch.

Contains: Dairy; V, NG


 

Dessert

 

Lebkuchen

These iconic German cookies are typically served at Christmas time, but we think they’re so good they should be served year-round. Made from almond and hazelnut flour with a homemade gingerbread spice mix and candied citrus

Contains: Nuts, Gluten, Eggs, Dairy; V


V = Vegetarian, VG = Vegan, NG = No Gluten Containing Ingredients

Drink Recommendation

Bavarian Beer

Arbor Farms market has an excellent selection from some of the most iconic breweries in Bavaria. Given Oktoberfest is usually hosted this time of year in Munich (unfortunately cancelled due to Covid-19) we’d recommend an Oktoberfest style lager. Prost!

What you'll need:

A baking sheet, a skillet
Several small pots or a microwave oven
20 mins to prepare