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Fläskkorv (Swedish for "pork sausage") is a Swedish sausage made largely or entirely from pork.[1] Traditionally it is sold raw (though now it is not uncommon to find precooked varieties), and often served during the Christmas smörgåsbord (Julbord).

A typical accompaniment is rotmos, a dish made from mashed carrots, potatoes and rutabagas (swedes).

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  1. ^ Travel Stockholm, Sweden: An Illustrated Guide, Phrasebook, and Maps. Published. MobileReference, 2007.