Savoury (small dish)

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Savoury
Place of origin United Kingdom
Cookbook:Savoury  Savoury
For other uses, see Savory.

A savoury is the final course of a traditional British formal meal, following the sweet pudding or dessert course. The savoury is designed to "clear the palate" before the Port is served. It generally consists of salty and plain elements.

Typical savouries are: