Kottenbutter

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Kottenbutter
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TypeSandwich
Place of originGermany
Region or stateRhineland
Main ingredientsBrown bread, butter, smoked pork sausage, onion rings and spread with spicy mustard

Kottenbutter or Kottenbotter is a slice of buttered brown bread, smoked pork sausage (Kottensausage), onion rings and spread with spicy mustard. This local, rustic specialty founded in the alimentary behavior of the grinder that worked in the area of the Wupper river in Remscheid, Wuppertal and Solingen.

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