Orvital Organic Kangal Sucuk 250g
Orvital Organic Kangal Sucuk 250g

Orvital Organic Kangal Sucuk (Sujuk) 250g

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Brand : Orvital
Qash : 45
Discount Rate : %10 Discount
Price : $25.19
Discounted : $22.67

Dry, spicy, fermented sausage. Vaccumed. Orvital is organic. Source of protein. All beef and halal.

Shipping & Delivery

Express. Supplied/shipped same or next day once the order is placed.

Estimated Delivery Time After Shipment: 2-7 days


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Net Quantity (g/ml):

250g


Ingredients:

ORGANIC BEEF, ORGANIC BEEF FAT, ORGANIC CHIMYON, ORGANIC SWEET RED PEPPER, ORGANIC HOT RED PEPPER, ORGANIC GARLIC, ORGANIC HOT RED PEPPER SEED OIL, SALT, BLACK PEPPER, FRUIT SUGAR, ANTIOXIDANT (VITAMIN C), CULTURE.


Orvital Organic Kangal Sucuk is produced entirely from beef and natural methods.

Prepare it on the grill, on the barbecue, in the pan and in whatever form you want. It has a flavor and texture to your liking.

It is a source of protein. With its protein content, it contributes to growth and bone development in children. For breakfast, 2 thin slices of Orvital Fermented Sucuk can be consumed instead of 1 slice of cheese.

What is Sucuk?



Turkish cuisine is a mixing pot of various cultures and geographies. One of the most distinguished Turkish fermented meat product is the spicy beef sausage called sucuk (sujuk).

Sucuk—also spelled sujuk or soudjouk or soujouk—is a Turkish national dish. Variations are also found in Eastern Europe, the Balkans, and the Middle East. It is known as sudzhuk in Bulgaria and Russia, suxhuk in Albania, and soutzouki in Greece.

Turkish sucuk is usually made with beef.

Sucuk is a dry, spicy and fermented sausage made by a dry-curing process. Ground meat is well mixed with salt, black pepper, cayenne pepper, garlic, cumin, sumac, and other common Turkish spices. The mixture is then piped into natural or plastic sausage casings and left to dry for several weeks. During this curing period, the salt and other spices ferment with the ground meat, creating a chemical reaction that changes the molecular structure, flavor, and consistency of the meat, and also acts as a preservation agent.


The result is a firm, flavorful sausage with a high-fat content that’s ideal for cooking, especially frying and grilling.


How to Cook Sucuk?
One of the best ways to enjoy sucuk is with a traditional Turkish breakfast. Slices of sucuk are pan-fried (add butter or oil according to your liking but Baqqalia reccomends no butter or no oil for sucuk pan frying). It can be mixed with eggs (Sucuklu Omlet - Omelette with Sujuk). Enjoy it with a rich Turkish breakfast full of Turkish cheeses, fresh white bread, black olives, honey, dry fruits, and brewed Turkish black tea.




DELIVERY NOTES: Please consider that this is a vaccumed beef product and might be subject to Customs inspections and restrictions depending on the destination. Although Baqqalia ensures that the shipping companies clear and confirm the content of all packages before shipment, as the importer of the products, the BUYER is responsible from the content of the orders. If you have any questions or doubts on whether this product can be delivered to your destination please contact us before finalising the order via [email protected] and/or check the customs regulations of your country/region/place.