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Latest revision as of 19:19, 18 May 2018

The Steckerlfisch is a specialty of southern Bavaria and northern Austria. A Steckerlfisch is a grilled fish on a stick and is often sold in beer gardens and at public festivals like the Oktoberfest in Munich.

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Fish such as whitefish, carp bream, char, trout and mackerel are caught in seas and rivers of the region. After cleaning, the fish is marinated in a mixture of oil, herbs and garlic and thereafter put on a stick. Now the fish is grilled to perfection with the head down over charcoal. Traditionally the Steckerlfisch is eaten with your hands out of the paper it was wrapped in when bought.