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|Place of origin||Scotland|
|Main ingredients||Potatoes, onions, meat|
Stovies is a Scottish dish based on potatoes and meat. Recipes and ingredients vary widely, but the dish always contains potatoes, onions, other vegetables, sausages, roast beef, minced beef or other meat. Stovies is thus a dish intended to use left-over food.
The potatoes are cooked by slow stewing in a closed pot with fat and stock. Lard, beef dripping or butter may be used as the fat. It is also common to stew the potatoes in water alone with onion before adding the other ingredients. Stovies may be accompanied by oatcakes.
- McNeill, F. Marian (1929). The Scots Kitchen.
- "Stove" in the Dictionary of the Scots Language
- Head Chef of Glasgow's Oran Mor Restaurant states that the dish can be created from any ingredients left in your fridge
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