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Bratwurst [ BRAHT-wurst; BRAHT-vursht ] is German sausage made of pork and veal seasoned with a variety of spices including ginger, nutmeg and coriander or caraway ( regions of German make and season their bratwurst differently ). Though it is now available precooked, bratwurst is generally found fresh and must be well grilled or sautéed before eating. It can be roasted (Roast Bratwurst; rost bratwurst), boiled (usually in beer), grilled, panfried, and much more. It can be eaten with mustard, grilled or sauteed onions, grilled or sauteed peppers, sauer kraut, but is best naked. If you are on the go in Germany Roast Bratwurst (rost bratwurst) is served on a bun called broetchen, usually with senf (aka spicy german mustard) from a local Imbiss (food stand). In most cases it is served with a side order of pommes frites (french fries) and mayo. At a home in Germany it can be served with kartoffeln salad (german potato salad), rote kohl (red sauer kraut), amd many other sides.

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