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Törggelen in Venosta Valley

Gluderer family | Thursday, 24. September 2015 | 0 comments

The word Törggelen derives from the German term Torggl , which means wine press. Törggelen was originally associated with the tasting of young wines served with cheese, bacon and Schüttelbrot – the crispy South Tyrolean flat bread – or even roasted chestnuts. Today, the tradition provides a very special sequence centred around local culinary specialties: barley broth, "Schlutzkrapfen", a platter with different sorts of meat, dumplings, roasted chestnuts and the traditional donuts filled with apricot, poppy seed or chestnut stuffing.

Informations about restaurants you will find here: http://www.vinschgau.net/en/food-wine/venostan-cuisine/restaurant-guide.html?_ga=1.262708748.1239443192.1415711510

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