Glossary D

Duhi Suhie refers to the mix of ground fragrant spices used in Russian candy and Pryanik making.

Dyushpara refer to Azerbaidjan dumplings which are stuffed with mutton, garlic and herbs.

Drambuie refers to a Scotch-based liqueur which is sweetened with honey and flavored with a variety of herbs. It is a pale brown Scotch liqueur

Dovga refers to Azerbaidjan's "yoghurt soup". Dovga is thick spicy soup made from rice, spices, sour milk or yoghurt, spinach, fennel and eggs. Sometimes meat is added to it, but it can be prepared with or without meat.. This yogurt-based soup may be served chilled or at room temperature. It consists of yogurt mixed with cucumber, dill , green onion and a bit of rice. It may also include a variety of herbs, including coriander , mint and chives depending on the region. Eggs, chickpeas or beans may be added. Dovga is also known or called as Dovgha.

Draniki refer to Belorussian name for pancakes made from graded potatoes. Draniki is one of Russia's traditional easter foods. It is a type of potato pancake which is usually fried and stuffed with grated potatoes, onions or garlic and seasoning. Draniki is also very popular throughout Central and Eastern Europe.

Drop refers to a Dutch sweet (liquorice) candy that comes in a very large number of different forms and tastes, from salt and hard to soft and sweet. It is very popular among the entire Dutch population and is claimed to have something of an addictive-effect if eaten regularly in very large quantities. Drop is often sold and bought by the kilo and sold in different shapes and sizes.Drop is also known as Zoute Drop.