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Ever since my brother in law dated a South African lass, this has been one of my  favorite grilling sausages. It's a beef/pork combo flavored primarily with clove, pepper and vinegar. Traditionally it is not linked (i do it for convenience) rather it grilled in a coil. If like cloves you gotta give this one a go.

 

 

The recipe is Len Poli's

post #2 of 9

care to share the recipe?

post #3 of 9

That is a good tasting sausage. We made 2 batches this winter and my share is gone. We used this

 

http://wedlinydomowe.pl/en/viewtopic.php?t=5137

 

My brother is going Africa in May and is going to round up some more recipes.

 

Linking them is a better way to make them as flipping those coils is a pain. Nice to see someone else making Boerewors.

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care to share the recipe?


Sure, you can find a heap of recipes at Len Poli's site...google it. Here's what i used;

 

2.5kg Pork

1.5kg Beef, Lean

14g x Salt

12g x Cloves, ground (i used 6g..plenty for me)

12g x Nutmeg, ground

12g x Pepper, cracked ( i used ground white)

11g x Cure#1

60ml x Vinegar ( i used red wine vinegar)

30ml x Worcester sauce.

 

the key to grilling these is med heat only and dont prick them or they will come out dry.

Have fun

Dingo

post #5 of 9

Great looking sausage. Another on the to do list for sure.

 

Disco

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Originally Posted by Woodcutter View Post
 

That is a good tasting sausage. We made 2 batches this winter and my share is gone. We used this

 

http://wedlinydomowe.pl/en/viewtopic.php?t=5137

 

My brother is going Africa in May and is going to round up some more recipes.

 

Linking them is a better way to make them as flipping those coils is a pain. Nice to see someone else making Boerewors.


Thanks Woodcutter....i found a bunch of other Boerewors recipes on Biltongmaker.com ..worth checking out. I'll do the coil every now and then if i've got a crowd coming around. But you're right..it's a biatch to flip.

If you get some nice authentic recipes please share

post #7 of 9
Looks interesting, may have to give it a go.
post #8 of 9

Nice sausages  Thumbs Up  :sausage:

post #9 of 9

Thanks for the recipe, I usually try at least 3 new sausages a summer, and this is on my list!

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