After an enforced two-year hiatus, Oktoberfest returns next week. Some wash their dirndls and take out their lederhosen, but others don’t care. Similar to the Rhineland Carnival, Oktoberfest divides the nation. It always serves us as an opportunity to meet the world’s largest public festival menu. After all, the mere thought of pretzels, obazdas, and all other hearty tongue-in-cheek cakes makes our mouths water. To prepare ourselves for Oktoberfest with a recipe, we’re enjoying a Bavarian Oktoberfest breakfast today – with a little meat-free twist: vegan white sausage.
For this “flour” we add white beans and satan flour. You can find this in an organic market or a well-stocked supermarket called “seitan fix”. Depending on the brand, there may be some differences in the consistency of the white sauce during preparation. It’s good to just test it and adjust the amount of water if necessary.
Best served with vegan sausage and freshly baked pretzel sticks with a vegan weisswurst breakfast. Also delicious at the meat-free buffet:
Our vegan white sausage has a clear advantage: as opposed to a trip to Oktoberfest, you’ll save a fortune with it. On the Theresienwiese, people are happy to pay twelve euros or more for a pint of beer, and you can get a pair of white sausages for no less than seven euros. So maybe this year we’d rather enjoy our Bavarian breakfast at home. enjoy your meal!
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Oktoberfest Desserts for Everyone: Here’s How to Make Vegan White Sausage
A meat-free sausage based on beans and seitan.
First, peel the red onion and garlic and cut them finely. Wash the lemon well, dry it and rub the oil. You need 2 tsp. Wash, dry and chop the parsley.
Wash and drain the beans. Then with onion and garlic slices, lemon zest, parsley, water and spices. Season with salt and pepper.
Danger: Add the water in the sap so that the mixture is not too liquid.
In the next step, combine the filtered mixture with the seitan paste and grind it into a powder. Divide the dough into 8 equal parts and shape each one into a sausage. Wrap the sausages tightly in a clean tea towel, cheesecloth or cloth napkin and tie the ends tightly with string.
Cook the dishes in boiling water for 30 minutes, then allow to cool slightly and eat immediately.