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At Delicios Taste of Transylvania, itโ€™s our mission to bring you the best quality products on the market. Along with a vast wealth of knowledge in the products we sell, Delicios Taste of Transylvania makes everything you could possibly imagine and more. Weโ€™re here for our customers, and want everyone to have a unique, one-of-a-kind experience.

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BUY 1 - MICI SPICE

$6.99

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These are seasoning packets to make your own homemade "mici" (Romanian sausage links) great on the grill. You will need one packet of Mici Spice for 5 lbs of fine ground meat.  


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BUY 3 GET 1 FREE - MICI SPICE

$20.97

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BUY 10 - MICI SPICE

$49.99

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BUY 20 - MICI SPICE - FREE SHIPPING

$99.99

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Directions ๐Ÿงญ

YOU WILL NEED

PREP TIME: 10 Minutes

GRILL TIME: 15 Minutes

( Medium heat, about 350 ยฐF )  

Makes 20 servings (5 lbs)


1 Pkg. Mici Spice ยฎ

3 lbs. fine ground beef (80/20)

2 lbs. fine ground pork (80/20)

1 ยฝ cups cold ice water


Combine 5 lbs. of ground meat of your choice (a combination of 3 lb. ground beef - not very lean- and 2 lb. ground pork works very well) with the condiment packet contents. Add 1 1/2 cups of cold water. Mix up the meat, spices and water in a large bowl until well combined. 


Optional - cover and put in the refrigerator for at least a couple of hours to allow the spices to perfume the entire mixture. When ready to grill, make sure you have a well-heated grill. Shape your meat mixture into small sausages, about the size of an average adult's finger ( in length) and not very thick. 


Grill until well done. Serve hot with, preferably, some mustard and fresh bread. 'Poftฤƒ Bunฤƒ!'  โ€” Enjoy! 


Back Label Mici Spice ยฎ 100 g
Back Label Mici Spice ยฎ 100 g

Delicios Taste of Transylvania

Our Mission

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At Delicios, our mission is to offer high-quality Romanian Mici Spice seasonings at a fair price in customer-friendly quantities.

We Pride Ourselves

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 We pride ourselves in sourcing products that our customers can use with confidence and trust. We grind and blend our spices and seasonings in small batches to ensure the highest quality.

Our Purpose

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Delicios is a family-run catering business in Oregon.  We are committed to being outstanding in all we do. Delicios understands and honors the ability to contribute to the community.  We believe in giving back.

What Exactly is Mititei/Mici?

โ€œRomanian Skinless Sausagesโ€

Mici, (pronounced MEECH) the most beloved street food in Romania is skinless sausage, known as mici or mititei. Mici are clearly oriental, but due to Romaniaโ€™s long and complicated history with the Ottoman Empire which heavily influenced local cuisine โ€” the street snack has taken on its own flavors over the years, to be distinctly and uniquely Romanian. 


Mici became one of Romaniansโ€™ favorite dishes, a fact proven by statistics provided by ProAgro Federation. They show that Romanian annually eat 440 million mici. During the small May 1st vacation, when Labor Day is celebrated in Romania, mici is the most beloved food and Romanians eat about 30 million. 


Mici are a combination of two meats, usually beef and pork (pork is king in Romania!). The meat is mixed with secret spices, grilled for a few minutes, and served piping hot alongside a fresh bread and mustard. And they are absolutely delicious. 


The origin of the mici is shrouded in mystery. The most common story dates back to about 1900 and tells the tale of a small restaurant in the Lipscani area of Bucharest where the chef, known as a gratargiu (from gratar โ€“ grill, and the suffix โ€“giu from Turkish), one day ran out of sausage casings. Rather than disappointing the line of people waiting for their grilled sausages, he decided to take a risk and rolled the minced meat up into the now well-known mici shape and cooked them anyway. Clearly they were a success and are now a staple of Romanian cuisine. The restaurant in question is said to be Restaurantul La Iordache, although other restaurants also claim the honour, and the building still exists today in Bucharestโ€™s historic center

FUN FACTS:

  • "Mici" means literally "small ones". But they can be pretty big if you want them too. 


  • Statistics show that Romanians eat some 440 million mici per year, which weigh a total of 20,000 โ€“ 25,000 tons. 


  • On average, a Romanian eats 40 mici per year, if taking into account the active population. However, in a single day such as May 1, a Romanian gets to eat the amount of mici he would usually eat in one month. 


  • "Mititei" make great appetizers and are wonderful cold the next day in a sandwich. 

PRACTICAL FACT:

The smell of "mici" is something that ANY Romanian knows from a mile away and can hardly resist. 

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Ready Made Mici / Mititei

Local Pick Up - Gladstone, OR

20 Mici Box $25.00

Call: (503) 314-9346 

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