Pölsa is a traditional northern Swedish dish, very similar in taste and consistency to Scottish haggis. The main ingredients are liver, heart, onion, pot barley, and often ground beef or minced pork, mixed with stock, black pepper, and marjoram. It is usually served with boiled or fried potatoes, pickled beetroot, and sometimes a fried egg.
The Norwegian and Danish word pølse means sausage and even if the two dishes don't look the same, the two words are related. Pölsa is simply a traditional variety of sausage filling without any casing.
The word pølse can also describe the appearance of an object, like "it looks like a pølse", and "it's pølse shaped" (i.e. sausage shaped).
- Labskaus, a similar food from Northern Germany
- Lapskaus, a similar food from Scandinavia
- Scouse (food), a similar food from the Liverpool area
- Stippgrütze, a similar food from Westphalia
- Pølse, 'sausage' in Danish and Norwegian
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