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Snail Bratwurst Burger

Snail Bratwurst Sausage Burger

Executive Chef of German Gymnasium, Bjoern Wassmuth, talks to The Sausage Man and Lamb Weston about preparing German food with style. With some top tips to make our hot dogs even more impressive, Chef Bjoern gives us an exclusive insight into how he creates dishes and bar snacks that look and taste amazing!

German Gymnasium

The iconic German Gymnasium restaurant sits between St Pancras International and Kings Cross, at 1 King’s Boulevard in London. Part of the prestigious D&D restaurant group, German Gymnasium specialises in warming German “comfort food”. Chef Bjoern creates wholesome and tasty dishes that look and taste great, pleasing patrons at this busy city centre location all year round.

Final Episode

In our Chef Bjoern pro tips series we have learnt a lot of quick yet effective dishes. Teaching us many tips along the way. For the closing episode he creates a burger using sausages thus creating the Snail Bratwurst Sausage Burger. With the closing tip being to always add something pleasing to the eye. Your customers always eat with their eyes first, so make the dish look great. And then with The Sausage Man products it will definitely taste amazing too.

Bratwurst Snail Sausage

Chef Bjoern creates a Snail Bratwurst Sausage Burger in this episode. Using the Bratwurst snail sausage, earning it’s name from the snail shape. But being rounded also makes this sausage perfect as a burger alternative. With delicious fillings based around the hot dog sauce. And rounded off with Lamb Weston wedge cuts. You have a delicious sausage burger ready to serve.

Inspirational Dishes

Bratwurst Snail Sausage

1 Sausage per serving

Pretzel Burger Bun

1 per serving

Lamb Weston Wedge Cut

100g per serving

Cheddar Cheese

2 slices per serving

Hot Dog Sauce

15g per serving


a dash


a dash

Spring Onion

a dash

Pickled Paprika

a dash

Soy Sauce

a dash

Worchester Sauce

a dash


to fill the bun

Pickled Vegetables

a few

Crispy Fried Onions

a sprinkle

Pea Shoots

for garnish


Cheesy Snail Bratwurst

Start with grilling your Bratwurst snail sausages. Cook for around 3-4 minutes then add the slices of cheddar cheese on top. Pop back under the grill and let the cheese melt. Meanwhile slightly toast the burger bun.

Extra saucy hot dog sauce

Create the sauce for your Snail Bratwurst Sausage Burger. Use the Homann – Hot Dog Sauce as the base. Blend with a dash of ketchup, mustard, spring onion and pickled paprika. Combined with your lettuce, add soy sauce and Worcestershire sauce for a special kick. Add your sauce mix to the bottom of the bun.

Layer up the sausage burger

Place your cooked snail sausage with melted cheese on top of the saucy lettuce. Layer up with some crispy fried onions and pickled vegetables. And as always add something pleasing to the eye, in this case some pea shoots. Close the bun up, add your wedge cuts to the side and you are ready to serve.