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Thanks for a fond memory of Ramstein and other environs in Germany, I missed this taste for 10 years.

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Military Dude September 23, 2002

Ok, I'm German, of course I lived in Germany, and this sauce is spot on. If it is not like you remembered it years ago, then your memory has faded rather than it being the recipe's fault. Either that or you just didn't have good curry sauce. Preparation is key and is a lot more than tossing some curry powder into cold ketschup and expecting curry sauce. Follow this recipe and you can not go wrong! This sauce is so versatile I use it on everything, eggs, fish, steak, cereal. Just kidding about the cereal but it is so good on anything you could think of. Good job HeatherFeather! =D

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Charlie Tuna! April 08, 2012

I was going to skip this and just serve my beer brats with hot mustard and horseradish. It's SO easy that I decided, why not? It was a very good choice on my part! This was an excellent sauce and went perfectly with my meal.

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Leeloo78 March 19, 2008

Thank you thank you! I'm missing Berlin so much and this will ease the pain greatly! :)

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Obsessive_katy December 06, 2003

Most of the Imbiss's I've eaten at just sprinkle the curry powder over a ketchup covered bratwurst. (even around Ramstein...ie the Diner Box) This is much better. Thanks for sharing.

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graftonr August 20, 2003

Tastes very similar to the sauce we had in Germany. Not exact but close enough to bring back happy memories. I used Keen's curry powder and Masterfoods sauce but am going to experiment with different brands.

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becca_83_4 February 15, 2014

Very good. I used about 3 tsp. of some cheap curry powder I had and it turned out perfect.

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choco chip December 31, 2012

I think this recipe has the potential to vary greatly depending on multiple factors. Both main ingredients, Ketchup and Curry powder differ greatly depending on brand (German ketchups are less sweet, Heinz has more of a vinegar taste than Hunts, etc, and curry powders can be a mixture of pretty much any spice...). I used Heinz and a local curry blend and it turned out a little tart, but overall pretty well. If you had a bad experience, I'd suggest trying different brands.

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csohocki March 09, 2011

Very good! I am currently living in Germany and can say this is as good as any you get around here. Thanks. Now I can make it at home and long after we leave here too.

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Cheff Steff January 17, 2010

pretty simple and easy sauce for something different, this tastes pretty good especially with the non smoked fresh bratwursts, it adds a great flavor to it. Thanks for the good idea :)

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PickleLover December 19, 2009
German Curry Sauce for Wurst