Sujuk or sucuk is a dry, spicy and fermented sausage which is eaten from the Balkans to the Middle East and Central Asia.
One of the best ways to enjoy Aycan Parmak Sucuk is with a traditional Turkish Breakfast Slices of sucuk are pan-fried with no added butter or oil and served with cheeses fresh white bread, black olives, honey, fruit preserves, and brewed black tea.
Sucuk is an important part of Turkish cuisine and it is prepared by mixing minced meat and oil with salt and various spices and putting them in a cover, the cover can be made from natural or artificial supplies.
It needs to be prepared in specific environments, and the preparing process needs to be sterile. Besides the preparation environment, there are crucial points to prepare good sujuk, hence you need to know well how your sujuk is made before eating it for the best taste.
Net weight: 1 kg