Office de Tourisme de l'Alsace Verte
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Typical recipes

Typical dishes

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Alsace

Porkmeats and sausages

see also Cervelas, Knack, Pâté en croûte, Presskopf

Alsace

Alsace Crémant

Made according to the traditional method (2nd fermentation when bottled), it adds sparkle to every occasion.

Alsace

Matelote

A fish stew with a selection of freshwater fish steaks served with a creamy Riesling sauce and noodles.

Alsace

Pinot Noir

The only Alsace vine to produce a red or rosé wine with a typically fruity taste reminiscent of cherries.

Alsace

Fleischschneke

A noodle dough stuffed with meat, rolled up and cut into slices.

Alsace

Foie gras (Ganslewer)

Foie gras comes in loaves, terrines and more rarely in pie form, which earned the Strasbourg version of foie gras its reputation at the end of the 18th century thanks to Jean-Pierre Clause, the chef...

Alsace

Grumbeerekiechle (Galettes de pommes de terre)

Potato pancakes made with grated potatoes.

Alsace

Munster

A matured, soft cheese.

Alsace

Bredle (Wihnachtsbredle)

Christmas cookies, of which there are a thousand and one varieties.

Alsace

Flammekueche (Tarte flambée)

A dish with a dough base topped with a mixture of cream, soft white cheese, bacon chunks and onions. You eat it with your fingers! Baked in a baker's oven, it was traditionally made on the days when...

Alsace

Pot-au-feu (Suppefleisch)

After choucroute, pot au feu (beef stew) is one of the oldest dishes in Alsace. This typical Sunday lunch is sometimes served with horseradish sauce and raw vegetable salads. The first bowl consists...

Alsace

Streussel

Cake made with leavened dough, sprinkled with a mixture of curdled butter, sugar, flour and cinnamon.

The Alsace Verte

Located in the north of Alsace in the regional Nature Park of the Northern Vosges, the Alsace Verte is an authentic territory stretched from the termal town of Niederbronn-les-Bains to the fortified city of Wissembourg, passing through the Sauer valley and the Outre-Forêt.

How to come ?

METEO

  • Stations vertes
  • Visit Alsace
  • Plus beaux détours de France
  • Hunspach parmis les plus beaux villages de France
  • Parc National Régional des Vosges du nord
  • OT de France