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Beef Blood Sausage Kiszka, 680g / 23.99oz
Beef Blood Sausage Kiszka, 680g / 23.99oz
$ 7.99
Beef Blood Sausage Kiszka, 680g / 23.99oz
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Beef Blood Sausage Kiszka, 680g / 23.99oz



Traditional “Farmer-style” blood sausage in a “ring” shape. Kishka is a blend of pork, pork snouts and pork liver with a small amount of beef blood added. Kishka is set apart from other blood sausages with the addition of cooked Buckwheat Groats (whole kernels)

Beef Blood Sausage - Kiszka/Kaszanka
Blood sausage is a popular deli product in Poland! Often enjoyed panfried with onion it’s a hearty specialty enjoyed for breakfast, as a midday snack or as a cocktail appetizer. This type of sausage is referred to as “kiszka” or “kaszanka” in Polish and it is known for its unique and flavorful taste. This Kiszka product is sure to meet those traditional standards. Stuffed with a filling made from a combination of meat and grain it has a very hearty yet delicate and unique flavor. We guarantee this product is made according to an authentic Polish recipe and meets the highest quality standards. Preparation & Serving Suggestions: Kiszka can be eaten cold, but we recommend either frying or grilling it with some onions and enjoying it with some potatoes and sauerkraut! Grilling is also another, great summertime method of preparation, as it adds a wonderful flavor to the sausage.
When preparing the kiszka, do not pierce the skins. Cook over a low flame using a gas grill, and cook slowly to prevent the skins from bursting. For a charcoal grill, wait until the charcoal has some white ash and is not too hot. You can cook with your grill’s lid down to heat the sausages through.

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This blood sausages is delicious!!!!!!! Taste just like European sausages.

I had such blood sausage before from different seller and it was really bad. I decided to try this one and it was not that bad. Of course, it is too far away from the sausage with the pork blood, but as a part of breakfast, fried on the pan with eggs, it worked for me.

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