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|Place of origin||Belgium|
|Region or state||Brussels|
|Main ingredients||Bread, Meat, Fries with various sauces|
|Cookbook: Mitraillette Media: Mitraillette|
- A demi-baguette (or sometimes a smaller version of a baguette).
- Fried meat (as sausage, burger, steak, frikandel). The type of meat varies with the friterie.
- One of a variety of sauces, including mayonnaise, ketchup, sauce andalouse, garlic sauce, bearnaise sauce and many others.
Originally mitraillettes only contained a sausage or sliced meat. Alternatives quickly became available. Often, dürüms are served instead in more multicultural areas.
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