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Llajua refers to Bolivian fiercely hot sauce made from local variety of small chili peppers called Locotos , tomatoes and herbs. It is one of the most popular sauce which is served as a condiment throughout the Bolivia. Llajua is also spelled Llajwa.

Lemon Rice refers to a dish from south India, but particularly a native rice dish from Tamil Nadu. It is made from raw rice, lemon salt, turmeric powder, red chilly, oil, ginger, and asafoetida. Lemon rice is seasoned with mustard, and garnished with curry leaves . Lemon rice is ideally served with Papadam (Papad) and Achaar (pickle)

List of Russian Appetizers Appetizers are normally eaten before the main course and at times are accompanied with an alcoholic drink. Seledka pod shuboy (Herring in sheepskin coat) - are small pieces of the herring mixed with the boiled potato, beet, carrot and mayonnaise. Ykra (Salmon caviar) - the red or black caviar is the traditional Russian appetizer. The Black caviar is far more expensive. Normally served on ice. Russians prefer to consume caviar with toasts with butter. Soleniye Ogurscy (Salted cucumbers) - small or medium size cucumbers that were kept in the salted water with spices for several weeks. It is a traditional vodka snack. Svejie Ovoshy (Fresh vegetables) - the vegetable salad made of cucumbers, tomatoes and onions. Generally prepared with vinegar or oil. Kvashennaya Kapusta (Salted cabbage) - another vodka snack. The pickled/salted cabbage is being kept in the jar for the several days with berries, salt and spices.

Lahana refers to "Cabbage" in Armenia. Lahana also refers to a Cyprus a green vegetable similar to spinach but not so sweet. Likewise, Lahana is a Turkish word for Cabbage which is used in dishes like Lahana Sarma Etli

Lívance refer to small raised pancakes which is one of the popular sweet bakery/baked goods from Czech Republic.

Leiva Supp refers to Estonia's sweet, black bread soup that is usually made from leftover bread. Leive Supp is eaten as a dessert in Estonia. Leiva Supp is pronounced as "lay-vuh-soop".