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fenchel2c

Schaslich

I realize that this is off-topic but since there is such a huge foreign component to this great website, I feel that I may get a great answer.  The best Schaslich mit Brötchen I have ever eaten came from a small stall in the Offenbach am Main Marktplatz located nearest to the men's toilet.  I only mention this as there are many other stalls in the Marktplatz.  Schaslich is made from kidney meat of either pork or beef.  I don't know which meat this stall uses.  Secondly, the sauce is probably what makes this treat so outstanding.  My wife is from Offenbach and I have continually asked the stall to give me the recipe but they have always refused.  It's a recipe to die for.

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AnnaInMD

You would spell it Schaschlik in German.


Sounds great !


anna 

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fenchel2c

Thanks Anna.  Actually, the recipe I'm looking for is "Nierenspieß" and not Schaschlik.  I constantly get the two confused.  I know it's made from pork kidney and onion with a Brötchen on the side but it is the sharp sauce/gravy that makes the dish.  A lot of people say it includes curry but I don't think they use a lot of curry, if any, in the Offenbach recipe.  I would guess it includes a lot of spicy paprika among other things.

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AnnaInMD

http://www.chefkoch.de/forum/2,1,78539/Nierenspiess-wie-auf-dem-Jahrmarkt.html


and found this site, scroll down, there seems to be a recipe with paprika and one uses Worchestershire sauce


 


Best,


anna