Glossary S

The food glossary +++ 'Sitaw', 'Sampinit', 'Suman'
Schneebesen is the German word for "whisk", a cooking utensil used to whip cream, egg, etc. manually.

Shakshuka refers to Algerian stew made with vegetables . Aside from Tajine, Shakshuka is one of the national specialties of Algeria.

Sharba Libiya refers to a spiced lamb and tomato soup, one of Libya's specialties.

Somsa refers to a cheese from Kazakhstan.

Slasticarnica is the Croatian word for "pastry shop".

Sorpa refers to Kazakhtan's mutton broth served in bowls called Kese. Sorpa is usually served with other Kazakht dishes, such as Naren and Kinta.

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