Portuguese sausage is one of the most popular types of sausages that people love and always look for different recipes to prepare this sausage. So if you come to this article to find out the more recipes to make this delicious dish, then you are on the right page. Go through this article to find out more information and ways to cook. Since I started my career as a chef, I find cooking a piece of art. One who enjoys cooking is more likely to prepare foods with good taste.
If you like to eat delicacies, I bet if one has tasted a sausage once, he/she is sure to have fallen in love with its flavor. Portuguese sausage is part of a traditional menu and can be made in several ways and types. And the recipe of this sometimes varies from one nation to another. And people love this sausage for every kind. Linguica is also known as Portuguese sausage. And I have found almost all people to fall in love with this sausage who tried it. Moreover, I have received many requests to share the recipe for Portuguese sausages. So here are my two most favorite recipes:
1. Sausage Recipe
Paprika and garlic are the two most important ingredients for this recipe. This is a popular sausage that people love all around the world.
Recipe # 1
- Vegetable oil
- Black pepper
- White pepper
- Red pepper
- Apple cider vinegar
- Minced garlic
First, you need to cut the pork into pieces. After the cutting task takes a bowl mix pork pieces, paprika, black pepper, white pepper, sugar, and garlic. Mix all the ingredients well and then divide the mixture into two parts. After this, put one part in the food processor and process it well. Repeat the same procedure for the other part. When the mixture is processed well, pour it into a bowl, and seal it with plastic wrap. Freeze the mixture overnight. Next day, add vinegar or wine to the meat and mix it well when you are done with the mixture. After this smoke the sausage for an hour in a preheated smoker.
Recipe # 2
- Garlic cloves
- Black pepper
- Red pepper
Like the first recipe, mix all the ingredients in a bowl and make a mixture. Cut the pork in small pieces. After preparing a mixture, cover the bowl with a plastic wrap and refrigerate the pot for two days. After two days, take out the pork mixture and stuff the mixture in casings. You should not overstuff the casings. After stuffing the mixture and preparing casing, hang them into the air in order to dry them. Though this recipe is a little time-consuming, you would amaze how it tastes.
Both recipes are simple and easy, and one can prepare them without putting extra effort or spending extra money. One more thing that I want to share is if you don’t have a smoker these can be prepared in the oven.