Aldi sells uncured Bavarian bratwursts that are imported from Germany under the private-label Deutsche Küche. The bratwurst is sold most of the year at Aldi, but it is especially popular during Aldi German week and around Oktoberfest.
What is a Bavarian Bratwurst?
Bavarian bratwurst is a traditional German sausage from Bavaria. The bratwurst is made with pork or beef and seasoned with herbs and spices such as marjoram, mace, white pepper, ginger, and nutmeg. The sausage mixture is then stuffed into casings.
Bavarian bratwurst is often grilled or pan-fried and is served in a variety of ways. Germany has various types of bratwurst that each have its own unique flavors and preparation methods.
Other German bratwurst, sausages, and meat that Aldi has sold include: Nuremberg bratwurst, braunschweiger (liverwurst), and smoked knackwurst.
How to Eat Bavarian Bratwurst
- On a plate: Place the cooked bratwurst on a plate and serve it with sauerkraut, mustard, and maybe some grilled onions or peppers on the side.
- In a bread roll (brötchen): Place the cooked bratwurst in a sliced brötchen (bread roll) and top it with mustard, sauerkraut, or other condiments.
What to Serve with Bavarian Bratwurst
Bavarian bratwurst pairs well with traditional German sides. Aldi, which is a German company, sells a small variety of German food and side dishes throughout the year. However, during Aldi German week, additional German food can also be found. Some German side dish and garnishment ideas include:
- Mustard (Dijon or sweet mustard)
- German style pretzels
- German-style Potato Salad
- Grilled Onions and Peppers
- Brötchen (German bread rolls)
- German Beer (Weissbier or Pilsner)
- Red Cabbage
- German Pickles (gherkins or dill pickles)
Aldi Bavarian bratwurst is sold most of the year. Aldi Bavarian bratwurst is sold under the private-label brand name Deutsche Küche. It is typically found in the refrigerated section along the perimeter of the store. The Aldi bratwursts come in a 12 ounce package of 4 individual bratwurst links. The label says:
Authentic German Food
Product of Germany
Fully cooked not preserved imported traditional German sausage
No artificial flavors or colors. No nitrates or nitrites added. No fillers. No By-Products.
Imported from Germany
How much does Aldi Bavarian Bratwurst Cost?
As of 4/11/2023, a package of Deutsche Küche Bavarian Bratwursts at Adi costs $6.49.
Aldi Bavarian bratwurst reviews are very positive.
We tasted these head to head with Trader Joe’s Bavarian brats, which are bigger and fatter than Aldi’s Bavarian brats, but Aldi’s taste a lot better.- Sporked
I bought the package of 4 uncured Bavarian bratwurst at Aldi’s. They were kinda pale and unexciting looking in the shrink wrap but when I pan fried them in a bit of olive oil they browned up nicely. Each brat was still juicy and tender with a delicate flavor I was very impressed with.- My World Without Wheat
Disclaimer: The nutritional information provided on this website is intended for general informational purposes only and may not be accurate. Product ingredients and nutritional content can change without notice. It is important to look at the nutritional content and ingredients of the exact product you are purchasing to determine if it aligns with your dietary requirements.
Ingredients: pork, water, salt, spices, dextrose, mono and diglycerides of fatty acids, citric acid, disodium diphosphate, spice extracts, nisin preparation, edible beef collagen casing.
Nutrition Facts & Calorie Information
Serving size: 1 link
Amounter per serving:
Total Fat: 22g
Sat. Fat: 10g
Total Carb: 4g
Dietary Fiber: 3g
Total Sugars: 1g
Vitamin A: 1% DV
Vitamin C: 1% DV
Calcium: 1% DV
Iron: 2% DV