Savory Sausage Salad (aka Wurstsalat)

Savory Sausage Salad (aka Wurstsalat) created by Mercy

I had never had wurstsalat until I sampled some at Disney's Epcot's Biergarten in the German pavillion. One bite and I was head-over-heels! I came home and scoured the net collecting every recipe available because theme park admission is just too darn expensive to shell out every time a craving hits. This is the culmination of my efforts. If you want to stretch it out a little bit, toss 2 cups of sliced cooked potatoes in with the mix.

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  • Whisk the dressing ingredients together.
  • Toss the salad ingredients with the dressing.
  • Refrigerate for 2 hours prior to serving to let the flavors blend.
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"I had never had wurstsalat until I sampled some at Disney's Epcot's Biergarten in the German pavillion. One bite and I was head-over-heels! I came home and scoured the net collecting every recipe available because theme park admission is just too darn expensive to shell out every time a craving hits. This is the culmination of my efforts. If you want to stretch it out a little bit, toss 2 cups of sliced cooked potatoes in with the mix."
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  1. Kerry G
    Yum! We made this for my husband's company picnic. We used smoked sausage (it was on sale) and didn't have beef broth, so we substituted some chicken broth with a couple shots of worcestershire sauce. We followed the rest of the recipe exactly (except I didn't marinate the eggs, as other reviews advised), and added swiss cheese as other reviews suggested (i would have preferred cubed, but since we were in a hurry, i just tore up some cheese slices). It was delicious and a big hit! Next time we'll try it with potatoes. Thanks so much for sharing.
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  2. Kerry G
    Yum! We made this for my husband's company picnic. We used smoked sausage (it was on sale) and didn't have beef broth, so we substituted some chicken broth with a couple shots of worcestershire sauce. We followed the rest of the recipe exactly (except I didn't marinate the eggs, as other reviews advised), and added swiss cheese as other reviews suggested (i would have preferred cubed, but since we were in a hurry, i just tore up some cheese slices). It was delicious and a big hit! Next time we'll try it with potatoes. Thanks so much for sharing.
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  3. claysmompeg
    I served this at an Oktoberfest pot luck. It was eaten up almost before I set it on the table.
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  4. Lacer
    This was different. I didn't leave it in the fridge for 2 hours before I tried it, that might make a difference. I might try it with some swiss cheese next time too, as others have mentioned. Very interesting recipe. My entire family is German, but I'd never heard of this before.
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  5. SOG1677
    I had the same thing at the same place this guy did and always wondered about the recipe. Saw this and had to try... great salad, though I did take Michelle's idea and added a little swis cheese.
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