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South African Boerewors!
In the Biltong Maker you can make perfect Droë Wors!
Most of the Boerewors you find in South Africa is made with a ready-mixed spice from one of the factories specializing in this.
Of course there are butchers who use their own "secret" mix of spices but most have long abandoned the ides of "re-inventing" the wheel!
It is much like the bakeries at the Spar or the supermarkets who use ready mixed bakery mixes to bake bread, cakes etc.
It is so easy!!
To make your own Boerewors with these spices is dead easy! All you do is mince your meat, add some water and spice, mix and fill the "derms"
The recipes for all the spices mentioned below are on our web site. Have a look and see how easy it really is!
For the thick (normal size) Boerewors you use the pig intestine (the one with the red ribbon, 32/34) and for the thinner variety you use the intestine of the sheep.
These "skins" or casings are readily available from any butcher anywhere in the world.
Of course, if you make large quantities you should get them wholesale.
Here in Europe we pay around € 10.00 for a packet of 91.5 meters. (Still packed in lengths of 100 yards!!)
There are many spice mixes for Boerewors but we have chosen only the most popular ones.
Here they are:
This spice is probably the most popular because of its unique Boerewors flavour and taste.
Remember the weekends back home when you could "smell" the Boeries on the braai!
Well, this is it!
This wors is made according to an age old recipe. Just the way it was done on the "Plaas" in the olden days and even now!
It is the result of spice recipes derived from a mix of farmers in South Africa.
Remember how Ouma's wors used to taste? Well, this is just like it!
Also a very old recipe handed down from generation to generation.
A recipe found in documentation from the Voortrekkers dating back to 1838. Make your wors just like they did then! But watch out!
It is a totally different taste than what you might be used to.
This spice is a modern mix of many recipes. It is very popular with the butchers and public alike in South Africa. An excellent tasting Boeries!
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