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Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ
Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ

Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ

Product Code: B01MU2HGPQ
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  • Hand Painted

  • Food Safe

  • Dishwashers Safe

  • Made in Portugal

  • To roast a sausage simply pour alcohol into the Sausage Roaster. The more alcohol in the roaster, the longer the flame will last. Traditionally, the sausage is left whole but with slices about one inch apart along the top. Ignite the alcohol using a match or lighter. Rotate the sausage every minute until desired crispiness is achieved. Then, serve!

  • Size:N. 2 Medium

    The Portuguese Traditional Terracotta Clay Sausage Roaster is meant to roast Portuguese sausage (chourico). The Portuguese call the process of grilling sausage over an open flame Chourico a Bombeiro. Chourico a Bombeiro is typically eaten as an appetizer and will leave your guests with long lasting memories. In order to use the Portuguese Traditional Terracotta Clay Sausage Roaster it must first be fully submerged in water for a full 24 hours in order to cure the dish. This procedure only needs to be done once before its first use, but may need to be repeated if the roaster is not used for an extended period of time. To make Chourico a Bombeiro, simply pour alcohol into the Sausage Roaster. The more alcohol in the roaster, the longer the flame will last. Traditionally, the sausage is left whole but with slices about one inch apart along the top. Ignite the alcohol using a match or lighter. Rotate the sausage every minute until desired crispiness is achieved. Then, serve!

    Traditional Portuguese Clay Terracotta Sausage Roaster N. 2 Medium B01MU2HGPQ