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Finnish blood pancakes

Blodplättar (in swedish, veriohukainen, verilätty or verilettu in Finnish), or blood pancakes in english, are a dish served in Finland, Sweden and Norway made of whipped blood, water or pilsner, flour and eggs. It is similar to black pudding, but is thinner and crispier.

Blodplättar may be fried in a frying pan. The pancakes are usually served with crushed lingonberries, sometimes with pork or reindeer meat.

In Swedish, the word may also be used to refer to blood platelets.

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