What is difference between liverwurst and Braunschweiger?

While Braunschweiger and liverwurst are terms often used interchangeably, they aren’t exactly the same. Braunschweiger is typically smoked, and Liverwurst is not. While liverwurst (also known as liver sausage) is a more generic term used to describe many different types of liver-based sausages.

What is the best way to eat Braunschweiger?

Some people still like their lunch time braunschweiger spread on soft white bread and smeared with mayonnaise or butter, but others will hold the mayo and top it with ketchup instead. For a hot version, slice and fry in a pan and serve on toast, sometimes with a little ketchup.

Is Braunschweiger similar to pate?

Liverwurst is also known as braunschweiger. Braunschweiger is a type of smoked sausage traditionally made from the liver of pigs that is also known as liverwurst. It is soft and spreadable, with a distinctive liver flavor. It is often used as a sandwich filling or a spread for crackers, much like a pâté.

Who makes Morrell Braunschweiger?

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ManufacturerSmithfield Foods
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