The Papas de Sarrabulho (Sarrabulho Potatoes) is a typical dish of the Portuguese cuisine with origins from Minho, in the north of Portugal. The potatoes are cooked with pork blood, chicken, pork, ham, sausages, smoked sausage, cumin, lemon and bread or corn flour, as well as other tasty ingredients. They are served as soup or as a side dish of Rojões à moda do Minho (meat cut into cubes). As they are originally from the Minho region, they must be accompanied with a green red wine. The Sarrabulho potatoes are just made in winter, since it is when takes place the pig slaughter taking advantage of all the meat and blood for their confection. Additionally, they represent a very strong dish, more attractive in the cold weather of winter. During the winter, it is common to find them in the menus of the restaurants of Porto.