Sheep's trotters, also referred to as lamb's trotters, are the feet of sheep. They may be cooked by being boiled, broiled or fried, and are used in various dishes. Sheep's trotters may also be parboiled and then finished by an additional cooking method, such as stewing. They can be served with sauces such as white sauce and brown sauce. Powsowdie is a Scottish sheep's heid (head) broth or soup that sometimes includes sheep's trotters as an ingredient. Sheep's trotters are used in the preparation of lamb's trotters soup, which can also include leg meat. Harqma is soup that is common in the Maghreb area of Northern Africa, and is sometimes prepared using lamb's trotter's.. They are also slow-cooked to make paya, which is popular in some South Asian cuisines.
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