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Sucuk is a popular Turkish sausage. It is typically quite dry and spicy. Since Turkey is a culturally Muslim country, sucuk is made from beef.
In Turkey, sucuk is usually made with ground meat, usually beef or lamb, with high-fat content. Different spices are mixed into the meat, and the mixture is then fed into a sausage casing and dried for several weeks. Once it is fully dried, the sausage can be very stiff, so it is often cooked to soften it up. Since sucuk is very fatty, it does not need to be cooked in oil. Typical spices used are garlic, cumin, salt, red pepper, and sumac. Sucuk can be very hot, depending on the amount of pepper used, or it can have more of a garlic flavour.