Boerewors, sausage, hamburger and biltong spices

 

Kameel boerewors 1 kg
Farmstyle boerewors 1 kg
Traditional boerewors 1 kg
Hamburger spice 1 kg
Pork sausage 1 kg
Mutton sausage 1 kg
Beef sausage 1 kg
Highveld Braaiwors 3 kg
BBQ beef sausage 3.25 kg
Chilli tomato wors 1 kg
BBQ king 1 kg
Chilli sprinkle 1 kg
Chip sprinkle 1 kg
Paprika spice 1 kg
Biltong sauce 1 kg
Dry wors spice 1 kg
Batter tempura 1 kg
Chicken breading 1 kg
Soya 1 kg

Biltong Spices and Sausage Spices - commonly used spices in Biltong and Sausages

Apart from the obvious salt and pepper, here are some of the common sausage spices and biltong spices :

  • Chilli - cayenne pepper is added to sausages and biltong to give that extra heat.
  • Sage - most good breakfast sausage recipes call for sage.
  • Mace - this is the outer shell of the nutmeg with a milder taste than regular nutmeg. It's used in most wiener (and bratwurst) sausage recipes.
  • Coriander - the seed of the cilantro plant, is more intense in flavor than the leaves. This is must use biltong spice.
  • Fennel - the ripened and dried seeds of the fennel plant have a mild licorice-like flavor. Fennel seed gives Italian sausage its distinct taste.
  • Cumin - the dried seed of a plant that looks a lot like parsley. Cumin is an important spice in some Mexican and Asian recipes for sausages.
  • Ginger - the dried and ground root of the plant. Ginger is an important spice in salami and bratwurst.
  • Paprika - this is made from grinding the dried fruits of the Capsicum family. Normal and smokey paprika adds a nice bite and taste to your biltong.

Did you know?

  • Sausage casing is the material that encloses the filling of a sausage.
  • Casings are divided into two categories, natural and artificial. Copcas supplies only natural casings.
  • Natural casings breathe, allowing cooking flavors to infuse the meat, giving a rich flavor.
  • Natural casings have unique natural curves and sheen giving the sausage visual appeal.
  • Natural casings are derived from the intestinal tract of farmed animals (usually pigs and cows).

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