Ryynimakkara (Finnish charcuterie): Ryynimakkara (literally “porridge sausage”) is a type of blood sausage in Finnish cuisine that contains porridge.
The Ryynimakkara has barley grits, about a fifth of its weight, which reduces its meat and fat content and therefore also lowers its cost price.
In addition, the fat content is considerably lower than that of other sausages, generally between 10 and 15%. In some traditional recipes ...
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