Is ossenworst raw?

Ossenworst is a traditional smoked sausage originating from Amsterdam. In the past, it was always made from ox meat (hence the name), but nowadays it is usually made with raw beef and Dutch East Indies spices such as pepper, cloves, nutmeg, and mace.

What is Dutch sausage?

Rookworst (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈroːkʋɔrst] ( listen); smoked sausage) is a type of Dutch sausage in which ground meat is mixed with spices and salt and stuffed into a casing (originally made of intestine, but these days usually made of bovine collagen). Rookworst is a traditional ingredient in stamppot.

How do you make Ossenworst?


  1. Cut beef into 2” (5 cm) cubes.
  2. Grind the meat through 3/8” (8 mm) plate.
  3. Mix the ground meat with all ingredients.
  4. Stuff into beef middles.
  5. Apply a thin cold smoke at 18º C (64º F) for 1 day.

What is a raw beef dish?

Steak tartare is a meat dish made from raw ground (minced) beef or horse meat. It is usually served with onions, capers, pepper, Worcestershire sauce, and other seasonings, often presented to the diner separately, to be added for taste.

What is Debreziner sausage?

Debrecziner are pork sausages with a fine texture and reddish-orange color. The name originated from the Hungarian city of Debrecen and these delicious, lightly spiced sausages were very sold across the entire Austrian-Hungarian empire and Germany.

Why is Dutch cuisine so bad?

Dutch food is bad because the Netherlands was a colonizer for ages and they adopted other cultures cuisines. In the Netherlands, you can find food from all over the world. In Amsterdam live 180 different nationalities and in the Netherlands, there are people from almost 200 different countries.

Is Debreziner sausage already cooked?

Debreziner comes fully cooked and ready to eat, hot or cold. They make great appetizers when cubed and paired with chunks of cheese. We also find them delicious served hot, either grilled, pan fried, or heated in water.

How do you grill Debreziner sausage?


  1. Put sausages into pot of water. Bring to boil.
  2. Simmer very gently for about 10 to 15 minutes.
  3. Drain sausages and brush with oil.
  4. Grill briefly until browned and crispy on the exterior.
  5. Serve with mustard and buns, sauerkraut or an easy potato salad.