Teewurst is a German sausage Connie. One of many but one of the easiest to spread, it's a bit like a thick paste really, and is a mixture of minced and seasoned pork and bacon, (2-1), which has been smoked over beech wood and then matured for about a week or so, and literally means ï¿½tea sausageï¿½.
Often to be found on the table at breakfast and tea time to make open or closed sandwiches.
It was a specialty of what is now Poland, but the recipe 'travelled' to West Germany after WWII with refugees who had to flee the country.
Seen everywhere and incredibly popular but must admit not one of my favorites, not too keen on the texture or flavor somehow.
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