Glossary E

The food glossary +++ 'Esh Asaraya', 'Eghajira', 'Et'
Ezme is a Turkish word that means "Crushed". Ezme is also used to describe any other Turkish food that involves a bit of crushing, smashing up or grinding, as in Antep Ezmesi . Ezme also sometimes refers to tomato salsa .

Enenue which is also called Nenue refers to Rudderfish or Chub . It is a favored fish in Hawaii because of the strong seaweed aroma of ist flesh. It is usually eaten raw. Enenue is pronounce "eh'neh noo'weh".

Eezgii refers to Mongolia's dry mass of cheese . The taste is slightly sweet, with a grainy or floury texture on the tongue. Eezgii is made by cooking milk with Kefir, as in the preparation of Byaslag . However, after curdling, cooking must be continued until all the liquid is gone or until the milk and Kefir mixture has dried. Cooking must be continued a little more until the dried mass is roasted and until it turns into small golden pieces. The final product is then dry enough to be stored in a sack of cloth. Eezgii is mostly served as snack for nibbling in between meals. Eezgii serves as a snack for nibbling in between. The taste is slightly sweet, with a grainy or floury texture on the tongue.

Empanada Gallega refers to a flat pie from Galicia, Spain. Empanda Gallega can be stuffed with tuna, meat, cockles, lamprey, etc, but typically stuffed with Pisto , a Spanish ratatouille or just about anything that can be mixed with Spain’s omnipresent and delicious Sofrito, a base of lightly fried onions, green peppers and tomato, which ensures that the pie is never dry.

Eksili is the Turkish word for "Sour", as in Eksili Çorba or sour soup and Eksili Patlican Dolmasi .

Eksili Nohutlu Bamya refers to a Turkish dish of stewed mutton with okra and chickpeas.