Frikandellen burnt ends

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Frikandellen burnt ends

Dutch people do all kinds of weird stuff with food. But this recipe is as weird as it is brilliant. In the Netherlands, we’ve got maybe a hundred kinds of deep-fried snacks and the frikandel is probably the most popular.

Frikandellen are deep-fried chicken/pork sausages. Usually eaten with lots of mayonnaise, ketchup and raw onions. We saw someone made burnt ends with them and it looked so delicious we had to try it.



  • Frozen frikandellen
  • Mayonnaise
  • Butter
  • white sugar

For the dry rub

  • 1 part salt
  • 1 part paprikapowder
  • 1 part onion powder
  • 1/4 part garlic powder
  • 1/4 curry powder

For the bbq sauce

How to

  1. Mix the ingredients for the dry rub. Put some mayonnaise on the frozen frikandellen so the rub can stick and sprinkle the rub on all the sides.
  2. Start your grill with 2 zones and a temperature of 150°C (300F). Place the frikandellen on the cooler side of the grates and close the lid.
  3. In the meantime make the bbq sauce by mixing all the ingredients in a pan and let it come to a slow simmer.
  4. When the frikandellen are soft and the rub caramelized you can take them out the grill and cut them in 3 cm pieces.
  5. Put the parts in aluminium trays with some butter, white sugar and bbq sauce.
  6. Put the trays back in the grill and let the sauce get sticky.

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