Glossary D

The food glossary +++ 'Depouillage', 'Dahon ng sili', 'Dilis'
Debreceni which is also known as Debrecen or Debrecener refers to a Hungarian spicy sausage which contains pork and is flavored and spiced with paprika, garlic, pepper and marjoram. Debreceni is used as one of the ingredients for some Hungarian stews. Debreceni is one of Hungary's excellent and flavorful sausages. Debreceni was named after the Hungarian city of Debrecen.

Debrecener also known as Debreceni Kolbasz refers to Hungarian pork sausage that is heavily spiced with paprika, garlic, pepper and marjoram. Debrecener is reddish-orange in color and named after the Hungarian city of Debrecen. It is usually unsmoked or lightly smoked and baked, broiled or fried and used in many Hungarian stews and dishes like Lecso.

Dem à la Saint-Louisienne which is also called as Mulet Farci a la Saint-Louisienne, Mulet Farci, Dem Farci, or Poisson Farci refers to Senegal's dish made of mullet stuffed with onions, peppers, tomatoes, and bread crumbs. Dem à la Saint-Louisienne which is stuffed Mullet in the style of Saint-Louis is a traditional Senegalese dish made of mullet stuffed with herb and spices(onions, pepper, hot chilis) tomatoes and bread crumbs, then steamed on a lightly-herbed broth. Mullet which is a kind of fish are common in the coast waters of western Africa and they are called Dems in Senegal.When caught in clean water, Mullets has creamy white flesh and good flavor with good keeping capabilities. It is round-bodied and must be thoroughly scaled before eating. Several varieties of Mullets are found all over the world, like gray mullet, silverside mullet, raibow mullet, golden mullet, rainbow mullet, etc. The French word farci is from the verb farcir, meaning to stuff. Saint-Louis was the first French settlement in Africa and is popular for its African-French ambiance. Saint-Louis is located near the Senegal-Mauratania border on the islands and coast near the mouth of the Senegal River, probably the reason why it is famous for fish dishes

Dobrada or Dobrado refers to a Portuguese dish made of tripe with beans. Dobrada is the name of this dishn in the south and uses garbanzos instead of white beans. In Porto, Dobrada is called Tripas or ?Tripas a Moda do Porto (Tripe in the Style of Porto)

Dil Sis refers to Turkish dish made of rolled up sole (a kind of fish) that are grilled on a skewer; a grilled skewer of sole. Sis is Turkish word for "skewer".

Dinakdakang Anangka refers to a dish from the Ilocos Region of the Philippines made from jackfruit cooked in coconut milk. Red or brown rice was served and it is a nutritious variety of rice.