LARS PRINSKORV SAUSAGE
Prinskorv, or “Prince Sausage”, is a cooked sausage often served as part of Swedish smörgäsbords and Christmas julbords!
This Swedish sausage was invented in 1805 by a Viennese butcher, Georg Lahner. Prinskorv is made with spiced pork and veal and it is mainly enjoyed as a snack, fried and served with mustard on the side. It is also a popular element of julbord, the traditional Swedish Christmas buffet-style table. In southern Sweden, during the midsummer party, it is enjoyed alongside Janssons frestelse, a Swedish casserole consisting of potatoes, onions, pickled sprats, and cream. Prinskorv, literally translated as prince sausage, got its name after specific cuts at each end, which resemble small crowns.
- Gluten Free
Beef, pork, water, salt, sodium lactate, natural spices, sodium phosphate, sodium diacetate, dextrose, sodium erythorbate, sodium nitrite. (sheep casing).
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