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Medisterpolse Sausage



Medisterpolse Sausage is an almost sweet-tasting Danish sausage made of finely-ground pork, seasoned with clove, allspice, onion, salt and pepper, and packed into casings and formed into links.

It is traditionally served with fried mushrooms.

Cooking Tips

Raw, needs cooking.

Language Notes

In Danish, spelt "medisterpølse."

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