- Sweet black sausage
- In the style of Argentina
- Sweet and savory with raisins and walnuts
- Fry or grill until crispy
- Serve with potatoes and grilled vegetables
- Size - 16 oz/1 lb - About 4 sausages
Sizzled on the grill or cooked in an iron skillet, this rich morcilla is a wonderful combination of flavors. Both savory and a little sweet, it is flavored with raisins, onions and walnuts. From an old Argentinian recipe, this is the most authentic morcilla dulce we have ever tried.
Morcilla dulce is a blood sausage with an intense color and rich flavor. One of our favorite ways to cook it is to grill slices over a hot fire. The contrast of the hot crispy outside and rich, warm interior is amazing.
Typically it is served hot with potatoes or rice and a bottle of great Argentinian wine. Experience the authentic morcilla dulce of Argentina!
This tasty sausage is made in the U.S. from an authentic recipe. Refrigerate this sausage for up to a week or freeze for up to two months. Cook to an internal temperature of 160 degrees.
Cured pork skin (curd with a solution of water, corn syrup solids, salt, sugar, sodium phosphate, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite), beef blood, walnuts, raisins, sugar, onion, salt, wheat flour, sodium lactate, spices, sodium (d) acetate.
Serving size 1 link (90g). Servings per container 5. Calories 420. Total fat 23g (35%), Saturated fat 8g (38%), Trans fat 0g,
Cholesterol 96mg (32%). Sodium 550mg (23%), Total carbohydrate 10g (3%), Dietary fiber 1g (3%), Sugars 7g incudes 0g added sugars, Protein 16g. Vitamin D 5mcg, Calcium 2%, Potassium 0%, Iron 40%. *Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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"This Blood sausage was the hit of the cook-out. Everyone was surprised at how really good this is. Better than I remember from my trips to Argentina."
"Sweet blood sausage or morcillas are NOT from Argentina there are from URUGUAY . Argentinians always come get some to go when they visit URUGUAY ."
"Morcilla Dulce is great with eggs. It's the breakfast of champion."
"Frias o calientes :)"