Kabanos

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Kabanos
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Kabanosy
Type Appetizer, main
Place of origin Poland
Serving temperature Hot, Cold
Main ingredient(s) Pork

Kabanos (plural: kabanosy) is a Polish long thin dry sausage made of pork.[1] They are smoky in flavor, and can be soft or very dry in texture depending on freshness. Typically they are quite long, 60 centimetres (24 in) but very thin, with a diameter of around 1 centimetre (0.39 in), and folded in two, giving them a characteristic appearance. The name comes from "kaban", a term in Eastern Poland for a young male pig fattened with potatoes. Their staging process, and the resulting exceptional taste and aroma are the features which set kabanosy apart from other sausages.[1]

Kabanos is often seasoned only with pepper. Unlike other meats, these sausages are typically eaten alone as an appetizer, and often served with cheese. They are also commonly used as hiking food because they do not spoil as quickly as many other sausages.

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  1. ^ a b Publication of an application pursuant to Article 8(2) of European Council Regulation No 509/2006 on agricultural products and foodstuffs as traditional specialities guaranteed