Hutspot also known as Hochepot, Hot Pot or Hotchpotch refers to a thick stew, usually made of oxtail which is a specialty of Flanders, in the north of France. Other countries have their own version of Hutspot, the Dutch version is made with flank steak, and the vegetables are frequently mashed all together; the Belgian version may c ontain oxtail, pig's ears and feet, the Scots version often has added barley, and sometimes rabbit. In other parts of France it may contain chicken and beef.

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