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Stovies

Stovies (also stovy tatties, stoved potatoes, stovers or stovocks) is a Scottish dish based on potatoes. Recipes and ingredients vary widely but the dish contains potatoes, fat, usually onions and often pieces of meat. In some versions, other vegetables may also be added.

Stovies
Place of originScotland
Main ingredientsPotatoes, often onions, meat

The potatoes are cooked by slow stewing in a closed pot with fat (lard, beef dripping or butter may be used) and often a small amount of water or sometimes other liquids, such as milk, stock or meat jelly. Stovies may be served accompanied by cold meat or oatcakes and, sometimes, with pickled beetroot.

"To stove" means "to stew" in Scots. The term is from the French adjective étuvé which translates as braised. Versions without meat may be termed barfit and those with meat as high-heelers.

Home-made stovies, with the unusual addition of peas
Stovies with beef leftovers and oatcakes
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Stovies
Stovies Language Watch Edit Stovies also stovy tatties stoved potatoes stovers or stovocks 1 2 3 is a Scottish dish based on potatoes Recipes and ingredients vary widely but the dish contains potatoes fat usually 1 onions and often 1 2 pieces of meat In some versions other vegetables may also be added 4 StoviesPlace of originScotlandMain ingredientsPotatoes often onions meatCookbook Stovies Media Stovies The potatoes are cooked by slow stewing in a closed pot with fat lard beef dripping or butter may be used 1 5 and often a small amount of water 1 or sometimes other liquids such as milk stock or meat jelly 1 4 Stovies may be served accompanied by cold meat 1 or oatcakes 6 7 8 9 10 and sometimes with pickled beetroot 11 12 To stove means to stew in Scots 2 13 3 The term is from the French adjective etuve 1 which translates as braised 14 15 Versions without meat may be termed barfit and those with meat as high heelers 3 Home made stovies with the unusual addition of peas Stovies with beef leftovers and oatcakesSee also Edit Food portal List of potato dishesReferences Edit a b c d e f g h McNeill F Marian 1929 The Scots Kitchen a b c The Concise Scots Dictionary p675 Mairi Robinson editor 1985 a b c Stove Weba rchive org Retrieved 4 November 2021 a b Maw Broon 2007 Maw Broon s Cookbook Waverley Books 18 Oct 2007 ISBN 1 902407 45 8 p18 19 S W R I 1977 S W R I Jubilee Cookery Book Edinburgh Scottish Women s Rural Institutes Reprint of 8th Edition 1968 p60 Humphreys Rob Reid Donald February 7 2004 The Rough Guide to Scottish Highlands amp Islands Rough Guides ISBN 9781843532699 via Google Books Cameron David Kerr March 3 2016 Willie Gavin Crofter Man A Portrait of a Vanished Lifestyle Birlinn ISBN 9780857903297 via Google Books Lee Rachel Forres Academy welcomes all to celebrate with special 50th anniversary ceilidh Pressandjournal co uk Watch Glen Moray s Graham Coull take on a box of oatcakes Thespiritsbusiness com 31 July 2018 Mason Callum October 10 2016 Scots chef becomes internet sensation with hilarious recipe videos Deadlinenews co uk Fladmark J M February 7 1998 In Search of Heritage As Pilgrim Or Tourist Donhead ISBN 9781873394243 via Google Books Silva Ana Da Restaurant Review Treasure trove of tasty treats at Howies Aberdeen Eveningexpress co uk Dictionary of the Scots Language DOST Stove v Dsl ac uk etuvee translate French to English Cambridge Dictionary Dictionary cambridge org English Translation of etuvee Collins French English Dictionary Collinsdictionary com Wikimedia Commons has media related to Stovies This Scotland related article is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte This food related article is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Stovies amp oldid 1053604320, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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