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liverwurst (n.)

1.sausage containing ground liver

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Liverwurst

                   
  Slices of liverwurst
  liverwurst, boiled and smoked

The German Leberwurst (anglicized as liverwurst), that translates literally as "liver sausage," is the typical sausage served in Germany, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia, the Netherlands, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Romania (especially in Transylvania).

Most liverwurst varieties are spreadable. Liverwurst normally contains pigs' livers, rather than calves' livers and also contains veal. Only about 10–20% of the sausage is actually made using pork liver, which is enough to give it a distinctive liver-taste. Other ingredients are meat, fat, and spices including ground black pepper, marjoram, allspice, thyme, ground mustard seed, or nutmeg. Many regions in Germany have distinct recipes for liverwurst. Adding ingredients like pieces of onion or bacon to the recipe make each variety of liverwurst very important to cultural identity. For example, the Thüringer Leberwurst has a Protected Geographical Status throughout the EU. Recently, more exotic additions such as cowberries and mushrooms have gained popularity.

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  Germany

Another German variety, especially in the Rhineland region, is pan-fried liverwurst that is served with large amounts of fried onions, and a chunky mixture of mashed apples and potatoes. Dishes, like this one served in the Rhineland region, that have mixtures of spicy and sweet flavors are regionally common.[citation needed]

  Hungary

In Hungary, liverwurst is customarily served on open sandwiches, or with cheese as a filling for pancakes which are baked in the oven.

  Romania

In Romania Liverwurst is called Lebar[1], but unlike the German sausage Leberwurst that uses beef, the Lebar use only pork's meat. Lebar is eaten mainly for the winter holidays. It tastes fragrant and sweet with liver pate. It is generally used as input to Christmas eve dinner, sliced ​​on bread with mustard and muraturi[2].

  USA

Liverwurst is typically eaten as is and without further cooking. It is often served in traditional sandwiches or on open-faced sandwiches. It is popular in North America with red onion and mustard on a rye or whole grain bread. In Germany, the Southern USA, and the Western USA, liverwurst is served with slices of gherkin that are pickled with sugar, vinegar, and mustard seeds. In the Northeast USA, liverwurst is served with gherkins that are pickled with salt and a usual addition of dill.

  Poland

Pasztetowa is made using calf liver, more substantial like in texture than pork variety, more refined taste and generally served on "Rye" bread with horseradish style mustard. Popular throughout the year but served at Christmas and Easter especially.

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