Most countries I know have some form of “sausage”The Portuguese and Spanish have chouriço (Portuguese) or Chorizo (Spanish), the Brits have their Pork Sausage and the South Africans have Boerewors.
The most traditional ways of eating Boerewors is at a barbeque (Braai).
My family and I have come across the most amazing Boerewors (especially if you have European lineage or really love garlic) – Its in “Little Mozambique” (What I call the area ) of Turffontein in JHB (down the road from the race course) , worth the drive – you and your family/guests will fall in love with this Boerewors (FYI this post isn’t sponsored by the butchery I just feel their Boerewors recipe is ama- zing!)
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From time to time its nice to have the taste of Boerewors without the Braai (barbeque) especially during the week when you don’t have the time to wait for hot coals or gas, that’s when I make my Spaghetti Boere(wors)-Nyse.
This is an ideal meal for the South Africans living overseas and wanting a taste of back home.
I call it my easy mid-week meal because it simply is!
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