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A Swiss dish of grated potatoes formed into a small flat cake and fried.‘place four of the rösti in the pan’
- ‘The plate also has fruit, a small portion of rösti, toast, and more.’
- ‘It was served, as was every dish save the fondue, with sides of red cabbage and rösti, that most delicious of Swiss dishes.’
1950s: from Swiss German.
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