Gravy and Boerewors. I'm serving it with boerewors, a traditional Dutch sausage. It's made from coarsely minced beef and spiced with toasted coriander. Mielie Meal is a staple food in South Africa.
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Ingredients of Gravy and Boerewors
- You need of Leftovers boerewors.
- You need 2 of grated tomato and dash of tomato sauce.
- Prepare 2 TBS of vegetables and tomato soup.
- You need 1 TBS of brown onion.
- You need 1 of green pepper finely chopped.
- Prepare 2 TBS of olive oil.
- Prepare 1 TSP of rajah mild.
- Prepare 1 TSP of steak n chop spice spice.
- It’s 1 tsp of bbq.
- You need 1 TSP of six guns.
- You need 1/2 cube of beef stock.
- It’s 1 of onion finely chopped.
The better the quality of the meat the better tasting the boerewors. When making, do not overprocess; meat must be crumbly. Use good quality fresh (not frozen) meat and vary spices to taste. Boerewors (pronounces BOO-ruh-VORS) is a South African fresh sausage that is perfect for the grill.
Gravy and Boerewors instructions
- Fry your onion and green peppers.
- Then crumble the beef stock, then add grated tomato into the onion mixture.
- Add the spices on the tomato mixture.
- Take the leftover boerewors from the Frigde to add on the tomato mixture.
- Mix and stir then prepare the soup mixture then pour it the boerewors and tomato gravy. Let it simmer to thickness the boerewors and gravy then enjoy it once it's served.
- Ready to be served with pap and any side dish my leftover boerewors gravy.
The name means "farmer's sausage" and comes from a combination of the Afrikaans words boer. Boerewors is Afrikaanse clan game op Clash of Clans. Boerewors is a sausage, popular in South African cuisine. The name comes from the Afrikaans words boer ("farmer") and wors ("sausage"), and is pronounced /ˈbuːrəvors/, with a trilled IPA /r/. Boerewors is based on an older traditional Dutch sausage called the verse worst.