Mutura – African Sausages

18 November 2015

Mutura is also referred to as African Sausage: It is a tiny pieces of Tripe Liver Mutton sauted on a dry pan with spring onions; with/without chillis and stuffed into the intestine part of the tripe for that firmness.

Mutura was traditional prepared by the male folk during dowry negotiation ceremonies, then exclusively served to the female folk.

This has however changed over the years and more people now enjoy mutura, whether at home or at parties. You too can make mutura, try follow the recipe below.

Recipe serves:8

Preparation time -2 min
Cooking time – 45 min


  • 500g goat meat or beef
  • 3 tablespoons chopped onions
  • ½ teaspoon chopped garlic
  • 1 tablespoon oil
  • ¾ kg boneless forequarter of beef or goat meat
  • 1 green chili chopped
  • Salt and pepper
  • 1 tripe approx. 200 grams
  • Half a meter large intestine
  • One onion chopped
  • One bunch dhania – chopped
  • Small ginger crushed
  • One tablespoon of oil


  • Cook onions and garlic in oil until onions are golden brown.
  • Cool them.
  • Cut the beef or goat meat into small cubes.
  • Season with salt, pepper, and chili.
  • Place the mixture in the uncooked tripe and tie both ends firmly.
  • Grill.
  • Slice to serve

I dare you to try out this recipe. Share with us your exprience once you have tried it out. You can post the results of your Mutura Making adventure, tag us on FB, Twitter or share it as a comment on this blog. You can also take pictures and tag us on Instagram.