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Pasteis de nata refers to a Portuguese custard tarts made from flour mixture and custard filling

Punjene paprika refers to Serbian dish made of stuffed peppers

Proja is a Serbian corn bread
Pataka is Maori term for "storehouse of food"

Pastis refers to a licorice-flavored aperitif which is very popular in the south of France.

Patatokeftedes refers to a Greek croquette made of potato

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