Boerewors with a difference

Everyone will enjoy the unusual density of the sausage and the sweet & sour taste with this marinade.
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Recipe from: 11 November 2010
Preparation time: Marinate for 1 day


  • 1
    ordinary vinegar
  • 2
  • Boerewors


Firstly prick the sausage all over so it can absorb the liquid, don’t panic when the wors takes on a really insipid colour, when it cooks all the grape sugars from the wine create an attractive sticky brown caramel on the skin.

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