Traveling without tasting traditional dishes is such a bad idea. The Luxembourgish cuisines are a combination between French and Belgian taste. In recent days, the country cuisine is also influenced by the immigrants from Portugal and Italy. The main ingredients for the cuisines are meat and fish from the local fresh water. But, you can also find vegetarian cuisines easily in most restaurants in the country. Introduction to Luxembourg Cuisine
Bounerschlupp is a kind of soup made of potatoes, green beans, sausages or bacon. Some people will add other vegetables such as celery, leeks, carrot, and even cream or milk. The soup is simply best served during winter as the warm steam will melt the cold weather.
F’rell Am Reisleck
There are lots of fish dishes variations in Luxembourg such as F’rell Am Reisleck. Literary translated as trout in Riesling Sauce, it is a kind of fried fish which then cooked in cream sauce and sublime wine. The dish is very simple and tasty suitable to enjoy whilst playing poker online.
Despite the difficult name to pronounce, Huesenziwwi is definitely the most favorite menu in every restaurant. This dish is a popular dish, especially during the game season. It is a kind of stew with hare is the main ingredients. The hare is marinated for around 72 hours and then fried in lard and cognac to flame it up. The dish is served with a delicious sauce made of cognac and red wine.
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This dish is basically the national dish of Luxembourg. It is made of salted pork and broad beans. The pork collar will be soaked in the water and then cooked for hours until tender. When the dish is ready, the pork will be cut and served on a plate of beans and potatoes. This dish is perfect when you are terribly hungry because it is served in a huge portion.
If you have such as a sweet tooth, Verwurelter is delicious dessert to never miss. It is like a sugar-coated doughnut but it is made in small size which is perfect for bite-size.
Pastries are all over Luxembourg. It is combined with chicken, mushroom, beef, and many more. It is also made for dessert when combines with cream, apples, cherry, pear slices, and also plum. The pasty-based dishes are also a must-try when you are in Luxemburg.
Those are a shortlisted of Luxembourgish dish to start your foodie journey. Do not be surprised to find the huge portion for every dish that you order because that is the normal way in the country.