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Weisswurst and Spätzle
Weisswurst and Spätzle
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Weisswurst is an white German sausage made from minced meat of veal and pork. It is served in a big bowl of warm water so they do not cool down, and the skin is taken of before you eat them. It is common to serve them with pretzels and a special sweet mustard.

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500 gr Spätzele
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8 Weisswurst
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Sweet mustard Weisswurstsenflike
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Boil the Spätzele in salted water in a casserole for approx 10-15 minutes.
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Put water and salt in another casserole and when the water is boiling take the casserole away from the stow and put the weisswurst in the water during 10 minutes.
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Serve it warm, and before eating the sausages take away the skin.
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It is good to have a sweet mustard like weisswurstsenf.
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