• Use sheep intestines as casing.
  • Use 90% meat: ± 70% beef, ± 20% pork, and ± 10% sheep.
  • Add up to 30% fat to the 90% meat.
  • Add 10% liquids and spices.
  • Add your unique blend of freshly roasted coriander, cloves, salt, pepper, cumin and nutmeg.
  • Add cold water, brown vinegar, and Worcester sauce.
  • Use your own unique recipe.
  • Make your boerewors over and over again. Allow as many people as possible to taste and to give you an honest opinion.
  • Put your boerewors on a plate in the fridge and look at the colour the next day — customers prefer to purchase red coloured boerewors.
  • Mix your boerewors ingredients effectively.
  • Work with cold meat and ingredients for the perfect boerewors look.

 

  • Add chopped onions or any fresh herbs or vegetables.
  • Add MSG or preservative spices.
  • Add game meat.
  • Add curry, chilli or garlic powder.
  • Add cheese, chilli sauce, or tomato sauce.
  • Add too much of a filler, like breadcrumbs or oats.
  • Add soy.
  • Use plastic or man-made casings.
  • Use thick casings.
  • Add too much stuffing in the casing — it will burst while on the fire.
  • Add too much cloves, vinegar or Worcester sauce — turns boerewors black.
  • Have any overpowering tastes — too much of anything.
  • Add too much fat.
  • Overstuff your casing — you should be able to twist the stuffed boerewors.
  • Stuff your boerewors too fast — it melts and smears the fat.
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How To Make Boerewors

Step #1: Recipe
Step #2: Ingredients
Step #3: Meat & Spice Mix
Step #4: Mince
Step #5: Casing Prep
Step #6: Stuffing Boerewors
Step #7: Presentation