is a palt
, a dish related to kroppkakor
, and the specialty of the city of Piteå
, though it is not eaten only in Piteå. This Swedish dish has almost as many variants as households in Piteå. Pitepalt are mostly made out of raw potatoes and barley flour, which is not the case with kroppkakor
. For kroppkakor, pre-boiled potatoes and wheat are used. This gives the pitepalt a darker color.
Potatoes, wheat flour/barley flour, salt and minced meat/pork are common ingredients in pitepalt. Some recipes also mentions onion but is not that common.
It is traditionally eaten with butter and lingonberry jam.