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Cover it and let it rest in the fridge for about one hour. Cut the dough into walnut-sized pieces and pull them into thin, round form. Mix the minced beef with the spices and salt and pepper to taste.
Form walnut-sized bowls out of it and wrap it in the thin dough forms. Vanillerostbraten is a garlicky beef dish. Austria has an old hunting tradition since there are many woods across the country.
In the autumn season many restaurants in Austria traditionally offer game on their menu along with seasonal vegetables and fruits like pumpkins from Styria.
Usual game are:. The German names of game animals followed by -braten signifies a dish of roast game: Hirschbraten is roast venison.
Austrian cakes and pastries are a well-known feature of its cuisine. Perhaps the most famous is the Sachertorte , a chocolate cake with apricot jam filling, traditionally eaten with whipped cream.
Among the cakes with the longest tradition is the Linzer torte. Punschkrapfen is a classical Austrian pastry , a cake filled with cake crumbs, nougat chocolate, apricot jam and then soaked with rum.
Tirolerkuchen is a hazelnut and chocolate coffee cake. These cakes are typically complex and difficult to make.
Austrian desserts are usually slightly less complicated than the elaborate cakes described above. The most famous of these is the Apfelstrudel apple strudel , layers of thin pastry surrounding a filling of apple, usually with cinnamon and raisins.
Other strudels are also popular, such as those filled with sweetened curd cheese called Topfen , sour cherry Weichselstrudel , sweet cherry and poppy seed strudel Mohnstrudel.
Another favourite is Kaiserschmarr'n , a rich fluffy sweet thick pancake made with raisins and other fruits, broken into pieces and served with a fruit compote traditionally made of plums called Zwetschkenröster for dipping, while a speciality of Salzburg is the meringue -like "Salzburger Nocken".
The Danish pastry uses a dough in the classic cuisine referred to as "Viennese Dough", made of thin layers of butter and flour dough, imported to Denmark by Austrian bakers hired during a strike among the workers in Danish bakeries in Austria is credited in popular legend with introducing coffee to Europe after bags of coffee beans were left behind by the retreating Turkish army after the Battle of Vienna in An Austrian Mokka or kleiner Schwarzer is similar to espresso , but is extracted more slowly.
Other styles are prepared from the Mokka :. Drinking coffee together is an important social activity in Austrian culture. It is quite common for Austrians to invite friends or neighbours over for coffee and cake.
This routine activity can be compared to the British afternoon tea tradition. It is also very common to go to a coffeehouse while dating.
Viennese hot chocolate is very rich, containing heavy cream in addition to chocolate, and sometimes thickened further with egg yolk.
Almdudler is an Austrian soft drink based on mountain herbs and with a flavour reminiscent of elderflower beverages.
It is considered the "national drink of Austria", and is popularly used as a mixer with white wine or water.
While Red Bull is popular all across the West, the energy drink company started in Austria. The headquarters of the Red Bull company are located at Fuschl near Salzburg.
Beer is generally sold in the following sizes: 0. The most popular types of beer are pale lager known as Märzen in Austria , naturally cloudy Zwicklbier , and wheat beer.
At holidays like Christmas and Easter bock beer is also available. Austrian beers are typically in the pale lager style, with the exceptions noted above.
A dark amber "Vienna Style" lager was pioneered in the city during the 19th century but is no longer common there.
Wine is principally cultivated in the east of Austria. The Grüner Veltliner grape provides some of Austria's most notable white wines; Zweigelt is the most widely planted red wine grape.
Southern Burgenland is a region that mainly grows red grapes; the "Seewinkel" area, east of the Neusiedler See in Burgenland's north, has more mixed wine cultures and is famous for its sweet wines.
Wine is even grown within the city limits of Vienna — the only European capital where this is true — and some is even produced under the auspices of the city council.
Young wine i. In Upper Austria , Burgenland , Lower Austria, Styria and Carinthia , Most , the fresh juice of grapes or apples is produced, while Sturm "storm" , a semi-fermented grape juice is drunk after the grape harvest.
Most and Sturm are pre-stages of wine. In Austria schnaps is made from a variety of fruits, for example apricots , rowanberries , gentian roots, various herbs and even flowers.
The produce of small private schnaps distilleries , of which there are around 20, in Austria, is known as Selberbrennter or Hausbrand.
For food consumed in between meals there are many types of open sandwiches called "belegte Brote", or different kinds of sausage with mustard, ketchup and bread, as well as sliced sausage, Leberkäse rolls or Schnitzelsemmeln rolls filled with schnitzel.
Traditionally you can get a Wurstsemmel a roll filled, usually, with Extrawurst , a special kind of thinly sliced sausage, often with a slice of cheese and a pickle or cornichon at a butcher or at the delicatessen counter in a supermarket.
There are also other common yet informal delicacies that are typical of Austrian food. For example, the Bosna or Bosner a spiced bratwurst in a hot dog roll , which is an integral part of the menu at Austria's typical fast-food joint, the sausage stand Würstelstand.
Most Austrian sausages contain pork. In Lower Austria , local delicacies such as Waldviertel poppies , Marchfeld asparagus and Wachau apricots are cultivated.
Famous are the "Marillenknödel": small dumplings filled with apricots and warm butter-fried breadcrumbs on it. Their influence can be felt in the local cuisine, for example in poppy seed noodles " Mohnnudeln ".
Game dishes are very common. Lower Austria is striking for the differences within its regional cuisine due to its size and the variety of its landscape.
Burgenland 's cuisine has been influenced by Hungarian cuisine owing to its former position within the Hungarian part of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.
Dishes consist mainly of fish, chicken or pork. Because of Hungarian influence, Burgenlandish dishes are often spicier than elsewhere in Austria, often indicated with the terms "Zigeuner Polenta is a popular side-dish within Burgenland's Croatian minority.
In Styrian Buschenschanken seasonal wine taverns , Verhackertes a spread made from finely chopped raw bacon is served.
A typically Styrian delicacy is pumpkin seed oil , which lends itself particularly to salads on account of its nutty taste. Many varieties of pumpkin dish are also very popular.
Heidensterz , resembling a dry, almost crumbly version of grits made from buckwheat flour, is a local dish enjoyed in cold weather.
Especially in autumn, game dishes are very common. Carinthia 's many lakes mean that fish is a popular main course. Grain, dairy produce and meat are important ingredients in Carinthian cuisine.
Carinthian Kasnudeln noodle dough pockets filled with quark and mint and smaller Schlickkrapfen mainly with a meat filling are well-known local delicacies.