Judd mat Gaardebounen is considered the national food of Luxembourg. This hefty and heart-warming dish consists of smoked and salted pork (Judd) with broad beans (Gaardebounen). The dish is served with boiled or fried potatoes.
This thick soup Bouneschlupp consisting of green beans, potatoes, and bacon is one of Luxembourg’s most cherished dishes. Depending on where you are, the recipe will sometimes include carrots, leeks, celery, onions, milk, and cream.
Huesenziwwi is a popular dish from Luxembourg consisting of marinated pieces of hare cooked with wine and onions in a sauce thickened with hare's blood. The dish is characterized by being heavily seasoned with pepper, and it is often flambéed with cognac.
F’rell am rèisleck is a traditional fish specialty hailing from Luxembourg, consisting of freshwater trout smothered in a creamy Riesling wine sauce. The dish in creamy wine sauce is typically enjoyed as a main course with potato fritters or steamed potatoes.