Hangikjot refers to Iceland's Christmas specialty of smoked cured lamb or mutton. However, in Iceland, Hangikjot is often enjoyed throughout the year, thinly sliced and sometimes served with fried eggs. Hangikjot simply means "smoked lamb" in Iceland.

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