Beilage is a German word which means "side dish" or "side order". The usual side dishes served with German dishes are sauerkraut, boiled or grilled potatoes, salad (vegetable/potato), pickled gherkins, or rote bete (red beet). Mostly, in my experience, German dishes are served with a side dish (beilage).

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