potatoes, pork, barley, onions, allspice, marjoram

Verivorst is traditional Estonian blood sausage and the country's national dish. It is a typical winter meal, usually served during the Christmas festivities, when piles of verivorst sausages are roasted together with potatoes and pork. The sausage consists of barley, onions, allspice, marjoram, and blood. All of the ingredients are stuffed into a pig's intestine, and the sausage is typically accompanied by butter, sour cream, and sauerkraut on the side.

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