5 Typical Swiss Meat Processes that are Ready to Spoil the Tongue

As a popular tourist destination in Europe, Switzerland is famous for its lakes, mountains, special food, culture and rich traditions. Talking about typical food, Switzerland has dishes made from processed meats whose deliciousness cannot be doubted.

The following are recommendations for meat dishes that are often consumed by Swiss people as their daily diet. You have to try it!

1. Cordon bleu

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This typical Swiss dish is famous to other countries. Currently, there are many types cordon bleu that can be found, such as veal cordon bleu, chicken cordon bleuand cordon bleu served with mushroom sauce.

But in general, cordon bleu consists of strips of meat stuffed with thin slices of ham and cheese (usually the type) gruyère). Then the ingredients will be breaded and then fried in hot oil using a frying pan or baked in the oven.

2. Zürcher geschnetzeltes

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Zürcher geschnetzeltes first introduced in 1947 as a classic dish. This dish is made of sliced ​​veal, cream, beef stock, white wine and mushrooms.

Meanwhile, the spices used consist of salt, pepper, paprika, and lemon juice. Zürcher geschnetzeltes served with potatoes röstirice, mashed potatoes or pasta tagliatelle.

Also Read: 5 Types Of Swiss Cheese With Premium Quality, Sharper Taste!

3. Capuns

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Presence capuns as a traditional Swiss dish is very popular. Almost every family in this country has its own recipe, so there is no surefire way to prepare it.

But the most common are capuns made with a combination of dried meat and dough spätzle wrapped in radish leaves. Then the combination is cooked with butter and then boiled in broth and cream. After ripe, capuns usually sprinkled with fried bacon and grated cheese before serving.

4. Berner Platte

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Berner Platte is a traditional Swiss celebration dish that is usually served on a large plate. The filling consists of sauerkraut, meat, offal, potatoes, and green beans.

To make this dish, the meat is stewed with onions and bay leaf, then green beans are sautéed in butter. Meanwhile the potatoes will be boiled and fried in butter and scallions. Whereas sauerkraut is cooked with white wine with raisins and bacon.

In some events held in Switzerland, usually Berner Platte served as a buffet so that everyone can choose their own desired composition.

5. Lummelbraten

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Lummelbraten is a traditional Swiss dish made with a combination of beef, butter or cream, garlic, onions, carrots, celery, white wine, mustard, and red wine. First the meat is fried, while the other ingredients are doused with wine and then simmered for a while.

Then the meat is cut into pieces and given the sauce. Generally lummelbraten served with carrots, celery and french fries. However, some people prefer to serve lummelbraten with rice and peas as a complement.

Dishes in the form of delicious Swiss meat preparations with the use of high quality ingredients are guaranteed to make you addicted from the first bite. So, take the opportunity while in Switzerland to taste all the dishes mentioned above, OK?

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