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Tyrol's Best Dishes and Recipes of Tyrolean Specialities

Delicious Tyrolean Delicacies

One of the many reasons why a lot of our guests return to Tyrol time and time again is probably also due to the fantastic regional dishes to be enjoyed here. To give you an idea of the delicious dishes awaiting you on your holiday in Tyrol, we have put together a selected number of Tyrolean dishes we are sure you will soon fall in love with.

 

While you are on holiday in Tyrol, you can enjoy traditional Tyrolean meals in alpine huts, inns, or restaurants and we recommend all with the seal of quality "Tiroler Wirtshaus". This award is only given to restaurants serving traditional Tyrolean meals using the traditional recipes, regional produce from local farmers, and a high quality dining experience. Great food is not the only thing which is important at a true "Wirtshaus" as it is just as important to be greeted with true Tyrolean hospitality and a friendly atmosphere.


Our tips:

Interactive map: "Tiroler Wirtshäuser"

Typical Tyrolean recipes

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The Brettljause | Tiroler Marend

The traditional afternoon snack for Tyrolean farmers is very popular with most locals as well as guests. This snack is especially popular at Tyrol's traditional alpine huts called an "Alm", where a lot of the products are also produced. The snack is typically served on a wooden plate and includes delicious specialities such as Speck (smoked bacon), cheese, Kaminwurzen (smoked sausages), lard, horseradish, and farmer's bread.

 

Kasspatzl

Kasspatzln are a delicious speciality and food-heaven for a true cheese-lover. The filling meal is an Austrian version of cheese-noodles served with lots of strong cheese and roasted onions.

 

Recipe for Kasspatzl

Kiachl

This lovely speciality is very commonly found at Christmas markets in Tyrol and other festivities. The yeast dough is deep-fried until golden-brown and served with either Sauerkraut or cranberry jam and icing sugar.

 

Recipe for Kiachl

Kaspressknödel

This unusual flat cheese dumpling is usually baked in butter and then served with salad or quite often is served in clear soup. This is one of the most popular dishes in Tyrol and the dumplings sometimes are sold at farmer's markets or shops as they are a tasty snack which is easily kept fresh in the freezer.

 

Recipe for Kaspressknödel

Tyrolean Gröstl

This dish was created to use up all the leftovers from a Sunday meal. Using the potatoes, meat, and chopped onions and frying them in a large pan, this delicious meal is served with a fried egg and absolutely delicious. 

 

Recipe for Tyrolean Gröstl

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