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German Mett

Follow basic sausage preparation practices when making this sausage.
  1. Clean and sanitize all of your equipment.
  2. Use only fresh meat for this sausage
  3. Chill your meat to below 34F (1.1C)
  4. Keep your meat and grinder parts very cold while grinding
  5. Mix your very chilled meat and seasonings till the mince becomes very tacky
  6. Eat the same day it’s prepared

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German Mett

A raw pork meat spread
Prep Time20 minutes
Cook Time5 minutes
Total Time25 minutes
How much do you want to make? 1000 grams



  • Clean your meat of any silver skin, sinew, arteries and cut into small strips or cubes. Place in the freezer for an hour or until the temp is below 34f (1.1c).
  • Grind your very chilled meat on a 4.5mm plate
  • Prepare all of your seasonings and add it to your chilled meat.
  • Gently mix the meat till it becomes tacky.
  • enjoy raw with a little diced or sliced onion and fresh cracked pepper on bread

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4 thoughts on “German Mett”

  1. I have been seriously craving Zwiebelmettwurst and didn’t even think about looking for a recipe.
    I’m so glad that you made this and that you tried it! As long as you know your butcher and farmers (or raise your own pigs), this is such an amazing breakfast or Brotzeit treat!
    I highly recommend mixing the onions with the sausage for most flavor and (as you said) lots of cracked pepper.
    Thank you for sharing this recipe and your experience!


    5 stars
    Hi I’m 86 years old from Québec ..Canada
    when I was a kid and we had fresh pork sausage for a meal, eating one raw while some were cooking was common
    just as good as beef tartar that restaurants serve at a very expensive price

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