Cabbie claw

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Cabbie claw or Cabelew is a traditional dish from the North-East of Scotland and Orkney. It is traditionally made using speldings, young fish of the Gadidae family, such as Cod, Haddock or Whiting. The name is a derivative of cabillaud, the French name for Cod.

Other ingredients include parsley, horseradish and mashed potato. The sauce is made with butter, flour, milk, hard-boiled eggs, and nutmeg. Alternate versions outside the traditional version's only difference are usually an addition of more spices.

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