Saures Lüngerl is a Bavarian dish eaten all over the country of Germany and is mostly offered as a main course meal or appetizer, sometimes, as it is hearty and rich in calories. The dish has the reputation of helping to overcome the “damage” of a real boozy night as it combines the sour taste with creamy notes of the sauce accompanying it. The ingredients commonly used to cook this food are: lungs, heart, onion, cream, beef broth, wine vinegar, butter, sugar, flour, bay leaf, peppercorns, cloves, thyme, marjoram, salt, pepper and soup vegetables. Most local restaurants have this dish on the menu list, thus when coming to Munich, there is a good chance for everyone to try this delicacy.
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Saures Lüngerl mit Semmelknödel, www.essen-und-trinken.de
Saures Lüngerl, www.kochbar.de
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