Virsli is a type of sausage in Hungary. It is the equivalent of the German sausage, called bockwurst, invented in 1889 by the restaurant owner R. Scholtz of Berlin.
Virsli is usually made from ground veal and pork. It is popular served as a hot dog, or as a meat add to the main dish or salads.
In Hungary, virsli is considered to be a popular and essential dish consumed mainly on May, 1st and New Year's Eve. Virsli is usually served with mustard.
One of the most expensive varieties of virsli is considered to be Bécsi virsli which is made of beef and pork.
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Bécsi virsli, www.chew.hu