Sunday, May 3, 2009

Bavarian Veal Sausage Salad "to go"

With spring and summer coming soon, it is high time for trips and picnics. A salad is always great to take with you for a snack, but do you like to take bowls, plates and silverware too? A neat way to pack a rustic salad is to serve it in a hollowed out bread roll. You can eat the package and don't need anything else. Wrap it in paper or put it is a paper bag and ready you are.
BavarianVeal Sausage (Weißwurst) Salad is a rustic salad, which would go well with a beer. For the bread roll you can take any suited rustic bread roll. If you like it more salty, you can take a pretzel too for it.

Bavarian veal sausage salad in rustic bread roll
© All rights reserved, Thorsten Kraska, 2009


3-4 Bavarian Veal Sausages (Weißwürste)
10 or more radishes
1 tbsp Sweet Mustard
2 tbsp walnut oil (or any other type of nut oil)
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp white wine vinegar
chives (as much as you like)
salt and pepper to taste
4 large bread rolls or more smaller ones

  1. Peel the sausages, quarter them lenghtwise and cut them into bite size pieces.
  2. Wash and clean radishes and cut them into quarters or or slices.
  3. Make a vinegraitte from oil, vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper
  4. Cut chives into small rings and add to vinegraitte
  5. Mix sausges, radishes and vibnegraitte to make the salad.
  6. Cut the upper third of the bread rolls (this will make the lid). Hollow out the lower two third part of the bread rolls.
  7. Divide the salad onto the bread rolls. Press a little, if required. Put on the bread roll lid and wrap it tightly in paper or cling film.

Bavarian veal sausage salad in rustic bread roll (3/3)
© All rights reserved, Thorsten Kraska, 2009


mwhammer said...

so you now have a blog too, thorsten! what made the tide shift for you? nice name you've chosen. :)

La Cuisine d'Helene said...

Love your blog. Just discovered it. This looks so yummy. Beautiful picture.

Thorsten said...

Thanks Melina. Why an own blog? Aren't we all a bit narcissistic and love to our own opinion published? I guess I am or does the internet needs my blog. So this is just My2Penn'orth.

Alessandro, Germany is famous for sausages and of cause bread. If you have the chance to visit Germany, try as many of them as possible.

Thanks Helene. Welcome to my little world.

Jescel said...

Hi. I love your pics. Been checking them out in Flickr for sometime now, and was wondering how I'd get your recipes.. and finally, here they are. I lived in Germany for about 15 months yrs ago for a scholarship program. I miss the wursts. Great recipe. Thanks for sharing.

Thorsten said...

Welcome Jescel. I hope to post more of the recipes here, but I'm a lousy writer.