200 years ago, Elector Karl Theodor brought his own butcher to Bavaria. The latter created a special minced meat from finely chopped pork, which was baked in a bread pan. You might think that this minced meat contains liver (translated from German Leber – liver), but this is not so. The name comes from the old German word “lab”, which means loaf, and “kasi”, which means a thick, dense mass.
You can eat it hot or cold on a piece of bread or with a side of egg salad.