Weisswurst doesn’t look all that appetising – more like a gym sock filled with toothpaste than a tasty meal.  Made from very finely minced veal and fresh pork bacon, this Bavarian sausage is usually flavoured with parsley, lemon, mace, onions, ginger and cardamom, although there can be some variation in the ingredients.


Traditional German fare

Explaining what’s in the ‘distinctive’ sausage is the easy part however.  So, for those who fancy giving Weisswurst the benefit of the doubt, here’s a link (see what I did there) to a guide to cooking as well as eating the fiddly thing.


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One Response to DINING ETIQUETTE – Weißwurst

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