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|Place of origin||Finland|
|Region or state||Oulu|
|Main ingredients||Rössy (blood, beer, rye flour, spices), Potatoes, pork|
Rössypottu is a traditional Finnish dish which originates from the Oulu region yet is very much unknown in the southern parts of the country. Essentially a very simple dish, it is a stew made using potatoes (pottu, peruna), some pork and the main ingredient, so-called "rössy" i.e. blodpalt made of blood, beer, rye flour and some spices.
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