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Siemieniotka

Siemieniotka
Alternative names Hanfsuppe
Type Soup
Place of origin Poland/Germany
Region or state Silesia
Main ingredients Seeds
Cookbook: Siemieniotka 

Siemieniotka/Hanfsuppe is a Silesian soup made of hemp seed, often eaten at the traditional Christmas Eve meal, Wigilia.

The name of the dish comes from its main component: seeds (siemienia).

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