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OKTOBERFEST BREAKFAST

with Bavarian sweet mustard and crunchy pickled gherkins

OKTOBERFEST BREAKFAST

with Bavarian sweet mustard and crunchy pickled gherkins

Duration
approx. 15 min.
Effort
easy

Ingredients for 4 people

  • Ingredients (4 Portions):
  • 4-6Weisswurst
  • 4-6Pretzel
  • Kühne Sweet Mustard
  • Kühne Pickled Gherkins
  • For the Obazda:
  • 200 gBrie Cheese
  • 30 gButter
  • 2 TbspSour Cream
  • 2 TbspCut Onions
  • 1 TbspPaprika Seasoning
  • 1/4 TbspCaraway
  • 1/2 TbspFreshly Ground Pepper
  • 1/4 TbspSalt
  • 30 mlBeer
  • 1/2 TbspKühne Hot Mustard

Preparation

What to get for an Oktoberfest menu:

For a typical Bavarian breakfast you have to get weisswurst, a Bavarian veal sausage that is warmed up in a clear soup. Remove the sausage casing from the hot sausage and enjoy it with Kühne Sweet Bavarian Mustard. It is as simple as that! As refreshing side dish get some Kühne Pickled Gherkins for the extra authentic German crunch!

Another Oktoberfest classic is Sauerkraut as side dish to any kind of meat. One of the most well-known Oktoberfest snacks is the pretzel. It is made of a sweet and salty dough and goes perfect with good butter or Bavarian “Obazda” – a self-made cheese dip.

 

Here is how to make it:

Preparation of Bavarian cheese dip:

Get the Brie cheese from the fridge and cut off the rind. It is much more difficult when the cheese is warm. Cut the cheese roughly into little pieces.

Put all the ingredients into a bowl except for the spring onions. Mash them roughly until you get a nice cheese spread.

Cut the spring onion into little rings and decorate the “Obazda” Bavarian cheese dip. Enjoy with some pretzels and a good beer (typically a wheat beer or Munich Lager).

What to get for an Oktoberfest menu:

For a typical Bavarian breakfast you have to get weisswurst, a Bavarian veal sausage that is warmed up in a clear soup. Remove the sausage casing from the hot sausage and enjoy it with Kühne Sweet Bavarian Mustard. It is as simple as that! As refreshing side dish get some Kühne Pickled Gherkins for the extra authentic German crunch!

Another Oktoberfest classic is Sauerkraut as side dish to any kind of meat. One of the most well-known Oktoberfest snacks is the pretzel. It is made of a sweet and salty dough and goes perfect with good butter or Bavarian “Obazda” – a self-made cheese dip.

 

Here is how to make it:

Preparation of Bavarian cheese dip:

Get the Brie cheese from the fridge and cut off the rind. It is much more difficult when the cheese is warm. Cut the cheese roughly into little pieces.

Put all the ingredients into a bowl except for the spring onions. Mash them roughly until you get a nice cheese spread.

Cut the spring onion into little rings and decorate the “Obazda” Bavarian cheese dip. Enjoy with some pretzels and a good beer (typically a wheat beer or Munich Lager).