Final Notes for the Grilled Skinless Sausage Recipe Mititei or Mici
➡️ Skinless sausages are very popular food recipes in several countries and especially in the Balkans and Romania. Skinless sausages are very popular all over the Balkans and there are many differences between the recipes depending on the country and even regions in the same country. However, all of them use different combinations of ground pork, beef, and sheep. The used spices are also quite different.
➡️ This grilled skinless sausage recipe shared on this page is actually a Romanian skinless sausage recipe, not a Serbian cevapi recipe. Even though Serbian cevapi is better known worldwide than Romanian sausages, the last ones, locally known as mititei or mici, are extremely delicious and many people say it has a better taste than other cevapcici recipes. The Romanian sausage recipe has two unique features – it has food bicarbonate in composition and doesn’t include onion.
➡️ Although you can bake skinless sausages in the oven, they are usually roasted on the coal grill because of the added smoky taste.
➡️ All skinless sausage types can be served with mustard, ketchup, cold garlic sauce, or another dipping sauce. Obviously, you can prepare different side dishes to serve along with grilled sausages. Some of the most popular side dishes are French fries and mashed potatoes.
➡️ Grilled skinless sausages are a delicacy that I enjoy throughout the summer as often as I can and every time I like it just as much! You should try it at least once and then you will definitely prepare them often! Enjoy making grilled skinless sausages from scratch! Read more about the Romanian mititei here.