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1 kg de Merguez Al-Maghréb (Mutton and Beef)

Paquet de 1 kg de merguez, (Environ 20 saucisses) viande de mouton et de bœuf. Sans additif.

Pack of 1kg merguez, (Around 20 sausages) mutton. and beef without additives.

Paket 1kg merguez, (Kira kira 20 sosis) daging kambing dengan sapi Tanpa aditif makanan.

1 kg de Merguez Al-Maghréb (Mutton and Beef)

  • Conservation - Storage - Penyimpanan

    Emballé sous vide. A conserver au frais (4°C). Congélation possible.

    Vacuum packed. Store in a cool place (4 ° C). Freezing possible.

    Kemasan vacuum. Simpan di tempat yang dingin (4 ° C).. Pembekuan mungkin terjadi.

  • Without any food additives

    Sans additif

    Without food additives

    Tanpa aditif makanan.

  • Origine and Description

    Merguez is a red, spicy lamb or beef based fresh sausage in Maghrebi cuisine. The word Merguez comes from the word “mirqâs”, which indicated a sausage in medieval Berber-Muslim cuisine.

    In France, merguez became popular in the 1960s and 1970s, as Algerian immigrants and the “Pieds-noirs” of Algeria settled in the country and opened small shops and restaurants that served traditional dishes like merguez.

    The popularity of merguez in France was also fueled by the rise of fast food chains like Quick and McDonald's, which began to offer merguez sandwiches and burgers to cater to their North African clientele.

    Merguez is a sausage made with uncooked lamb, or beef, but more generally a mixture of the two meats. The sausages are stuffed into a lamb-intestine casing.

    It is heavily spiced with cumin and chili pepper or harissa, which give it its characteristic piquancy and red color, as well as other spices such as sumac, fennel, garlic and Ras al Hanout ect.. .

    Merguez is usually eaten grilled and it is often used in couscous in France. It is also eaten in sandwiches and with french fries and dijon mustard.

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