It is interesting to note that while the currywurst originated in Berlin it spread all over Germany. "Currywurst is all about the sauce and not the sausage. Ready to serve in less than 20 minutes, you can recreate this Berlin street food classic easily with a few simple ingredients. This delicious German currywurst recipe is so quick to make at home in the air fryer, oven, or stovetop. It’s said that the owner of a small food kiosk, Herta Heuwer, traded some spirits for curry powder and ketchup from British soldiers, and after some inspired mixology, poured the flavored sauce over grilled Bratwurst served on a bun. You can, for instance order your currywurst ohne darm, … Berliner Currywurst. In New York hot dogs are sold with ketchup, mustard or sauerkraut on every street corner, in Berlin currywurst is served with "curry ketchup. Currywurst sausage is to Germans what Hot Dog is to Americans. Currywurst is the most popular street food in Berlin, and this a universally accepted fact; at the very most, one can slightly vary in the choice of the type of sausage or the condiment. Berlin Currywurst The story goes that this über-popular German street food is the result of culinary improvisation in struggling post-war Berlin. When I used to I lived in Berlin, Germany, one of my favorite things to eat was currywurst and pomme frites. But the changes end here. The curry ketchup is out of this world. So you will find many currywurst recipes all over Germany. Currywurst especially gained popularity in Hamburg, Berlin and the Rhur region and they all have different ways on how they prepare their currywurst. After I came back to the states, I created my own version, which is a pretty close second.—Julie Merriman, Seattle, Washington