Original Westphalian Moppelkotze

Rating: 3.53 / 5.00 (19 Votes)

Total time: 45 min

Servings: 4.0 (servings)



Chop the onions and cook in a saucepan in a little oil until translucent.

Add the sausage mash, season heartily with the spices. Cut the apples into pieces and boil them with the potatoes until soft. This takes 20 minutes. Then mash with the whipped cream.

Serve decorated with chopped parsley, the eye eats with you!

Daniel Jonetat: According to legend, the name comes from the Lippe royal house, where the court dog named Moppel is said to have turned after eating this dish …… At least, that’s what the popular man did. In any case, this did not diminish its popularity, and Moppelkotze (sausage mash with apple potatoes) is still a popular and frequently eaten dish in the countryside today, appreciated for its ease of preparation and low cost.

Tip: Stock up on a range of high-quality spices – it pays off!

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