|Place of origin||Germany|
|Region or state||Bavaria|
|Main ingredients||Aged soft cheese (usually Camembert), butter, paprika powder, salt, pepper, beer|
|Cookbook: Obatzda Media: Obatzda|
Obatzda [ˈoːbatsdɐ] (also spelt Obazda and Obatzter) is a Bavarian cheese delicacy. It is prepared by mixing two thirds aged soft cheese, usually Camembert (Romadur or similar cheeses may be used as well), and one third butter.
Sweet or hot paprika powder, salt, pepper are the traditional seasonings as well as a small amount of beer. An optional amount of onions, garlic, horseradish, cloves, and ground caraway seeds may be used and some cream or cream cheese as well. The cheeses and spices are mixed together into a smooth mass. It is usually eaten spread on bread or pretzels. Obatzda is a classic example of Bavarian biergarten food.
- German cuisine
- List of German cheeses
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- Food portal
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- "Obatzda-Rezept". Portal München Betriebs-GmbH & Co. KG. Retrieved 6 March 2013.
- Mayer, Carolin (14 June 2011). "Obazda". Bayerisches Fernsehen. Retrieved 6 March 2013.
- Marchetti, Domenica (24 November 2009). "Say Cheese: Liptauer". The Washington Post. Retrieved 6 March 2013.
- EU PGI Certification information (Accessed Nov/2015).
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