Jennifer IserlohWhen you don't have the foods you grew up eating, you sometimes get that sharp craving for specialties that simply don't exist where you live. My husband grew up in the land of pretzels, wurst and beer in a small town in northern Germany, and every six months or so, he looks off into the distance and utters longingly two words: curry wurst.
My first encounter with curry wurst was in Berlin -- soft tasty sausage and spicy curry ketchup sauce that's also slightly sweet. No one that I've spoken to seems to know the origin of this fast-food delight, which is still made with very high-quality products in Germany. My challenge was to make it with American ingredients and update it so we could enjoy curry wurst as a healthy meal that can be served for dinner with a side of steamed broccoli.
Get the Skinny Chef's Curry Wurst recipe.