Many Finnish gather around their barbecue hut and enjoy grilled sausages, Nakki or Makkara. Nakki is much smaller then Makkara.
This is traditional Finnish dish, and ‘Karjalanpiirakka literaly means ‘Karelian pasty’. Skin is made from rye flour, and its most popular filling is cooked rice. It is often topped with mashed hard boiled egg with butter, called Munavoi.