Salzgurke is the German word for pickled gherkins or pickled cucumber. Salzgurke is usually served as a side dish for dishes like Matjeshering and is added as a filling for a dish called Roulade (meat roll). It can also be eaten as is as a cocktail.

Salzgurke may also refer to as Essiggurke or Gewürzgurke in German.

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