Sülze or Sulz (from Old High German sulza "salt water") is a cold dish u. a. made from meat or vegetables pickled in jelly . The German food book counts them among the braised sausages . Another name for this is the respective food in aspic .
For the preparation z. B. Pork meat such as pork head as a so-called mask or cured veal with soup greens and calf's foot cooked in water, cut into pieces, clarified the broth and supplemented with white wine (depending on the recipe also vinegar ) and, if necessary, with gelatine . Then some broth is cooled in a mold until it has solidified, the meat and some of the vegetables are added, everything is topped up with the remaining broth and cooled again.
The Hamburg brawn riots in 1919 were triggered by the assumption that rotten carcasses had been processed into brawn and sold.
Use of language
In the Hessian Odenwald, the word "Sülze" is also used as a joking name for a white wine.
- Emil Reimers: brawns, aspic, jellies. Many recipes for an interesting area of culinary art. Heyne, Munich 1974, ISBN 3-453-40150-6 (= Heyne books, volume 4184, practical series ).