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Thin Keto Lamb Boerewors (Thin Keto Lamb Sausage): Min-500g


Our thin keto boerewors lamb sausage is made using gluten-free coriander, cloves, nutmeg, black pepper, salt, and naturally fermented brown vinegar.

It contains no sugar, oats, fillers or msg.

We can assure you of the highest quality when you buy our keto sausages, please visit our Facebook page and read our reviews and see why everyone loves our product.

No braai is complete without it.

We also received a 5 Star Food hygiene rating in our last audit and you can visit the Food Standards Agency website for more info.

Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. Make sure that you also try the original boerewors from our master butcher.

Boerewors is a sausage from South Africa and always contains a mixture of meats like beef, lamb, pork or venison such as kudu, or springbok.

Our authentic boerewors are made using only quality meat.

South African boerewors are made using good quality meat and are usually packed as a continuous spiral and often served with pap that is made using “mielie meel” and a tomato and onion sauce.

There is only one way to truly enjoy our boerewors and that is on a braai but can also be prepared in the oven or fried in the pan.

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  • You can also arrange for a pickup after hours we will do our best to accommodate you.

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Ingredients:  100% Lamb, Lamb Casings, Gluten-free Coriander, Nutmeg, Cloves, Black Pepper, Himalayan Sea Salt, Naturally Fermented Brown Vinegar (Allergen Information: sulphurdioxide)

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Ingredients Carbs per 100g
Nutmeg 0.001 grams
Cloves 0.001 grams
Himalayan sea salt 0 grams
Coriander 0.004 grams
Black Pepper 0.004 grams
Vinegar 0.001 grams
Total Carbs in grams 0.011 grams

For allergens see ingredients listed in BOLD

May contain gluten, wheat, flour, peanuts, other nuts,  sesame, mustard, soya & milk due to ingredients produced in factories that handle these items

Cooking Instructions: Cook over hot coals on a braai 20 min or (BBQ), Fry in the pan for 20min, Cook in the oven for 20 minutes. Ensure fully cooked through before eating

Keep frozen for up to 6 months, defrost in the fridge and consume immediately

Country of origin: UK

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Therefore you can also fry the boerewors in a pan on the stove, or grill it in the oven.

There are many variations to boerewors with each person keeping their recipe as a guarded secret.

Even though there are many ways to make boerewors most boerewors recipes will contain the following items.

  • Coriander
  • Nutmeg
  • Vinegar
  • Cloves
  • Pepper
  • Salt

If you are South African then you will know that talking about the fat content in boerewors is almost as hard as discussing politics or religion, each one has their own opinion.

Most boerewors recipes will have a fat content of about 10%.

If, for example, you decide to use 50% beef and 50% venison, you can increase that to between 15% and 20% because venison is very lean and hardly have any fat.

That being said you will find many South Africans that make their own boerewors will push the fat content up to even 30%.

Then you also get different flavors of boerewors like garlic, peri-peri, cheese, and even chutney flavored wors.

I believe that it all comes down to personal choice and that there is no right or wrong to do this as long as you enjoy it with good friends and family.

What type of sausage is classified as boerewors?

  • A sausage that is made from beef, sheep, pork or goat species.
  • Must contain a minimum of 90 percent meat.
  • No more than 30 percent fat.
  • Meat must be greater than 63 percent.
  • You are not allowed to use any Mechanically separated meat
  • Boerewors may not contain any offal, except for the casing

What are you allowed to use in boerewors?

  • Pure Meat like beef, pork, lamb, springbok, kudu, etc
  • Water
  • Cereal products like oats or heat flour
  • Vinegar
  • Spices and herbs

Can I be allergic to boerewors?

Children with milk allergies can also be allergic to beef and a meat allergy can develop anytime in life.

Also, some of the ingredients used can be manufactured in factories where there are nuts and certain oats can contain gluten.

How do you cook boerewors?

According to South African customs boerewors are usually grilled at what is known as a braai. You can braai(bbq) your meat using wood, charcoal or a gas braai(bbq) like a weber.

Take care not do damage the casing to ensure that you do not dry out the boerewors

Not all casings are equal so if you are using a synthetic casing it is best to “braai” your boerewors over low heat.

When your boerewors turn a nice dark golden color and the casing feel stiff to the touch and don’t want to bend, then you know that your boerewors is cooked.

What are the different types of boerewors?

There are many varieties of boerewors and you can also use different size casings that will determine the thickness of the boerewors.

What is the difference between boerewors and sausage?

Boerewors usually contains a higher percentage of meat and therefor might be more expensive than sausage. Boerewors must contain at least 90 percent meat and the other 10% is made up of spices and other ingredients..

What is boerewors skin made of?

The skin or casing is made of intestines that have been properly cleaned. You can also use casings that are made form collagen and alhinate.

What does boerewors taste like?

The combination of coriander, nutmeg and cloves is what gives boerewors its unique taste.

Can you fry boerewors?

Coat your pan with a little olive oil or vegetable oil and fry your boerewors on a low to medium heat untill the skin is a light golden color on both sides.

Can you cook boerewors from frozen?

It might not be socially acceptable and it is frowned upon but studies have shown that the majority of people cannot taste the difference between a frozen and fresh piece of meat once it is cooked.

Can you cook boerewors in the oven?

Preheat your oven to 180°C. Place your boerewors on a baking tray and cook for 30 minutes, turning halfway through the cooking time.

Can you cook boerewors in the microwave?

It will taste better in the pan but if you have no other option then make sure that you pierce holes in the skin to stop it from exploding. Cover the boerewors with something to shield splatters while cooking. Cook on high for 5 to 6 minutes.

Is there pork in boerwors?

Most boerewors are pure made using pure beef but there are types of boerewors flavours that might contain pork. Always read the label or ask your supplier if you are not certain.

Is there gluten in boerwors?

Some boerwors might contain gluten alwways read the label and ask your supplier if you are uncertain.

Is boerwors processed meat?

Mechanically processed meat may not be used in boerewors.

Should you remove boerewors skin?

The skin or the casing that is wraped around the boerewors is part of the sausage and you can eat it. You will only remove it if you try to break the boerewors.
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