Glossary S

The food glossary +++ 'Sampinit', 'Sisig', 'Sinigang'
Sardines aux Tomates refers to a French appetizer made of sardines dressed with tomato sauce . Sardine is a kind of fish.

Srazis refers to Russian dish made of little rolled strips of mutton with forced meat inside and then fried in butter.

Socca refers to a thin, course, chickpea (garbanzo beans) flour pancakes or crepes from Nice, France that is inspired by Middle Eastern cooking. It is flavored with rosemary, fried in olive oil and served in crispy slabs like pizza. Socca is not only found in France, but it is also one of the foods found in Monaco. It is a traditional Monegasque snack and street food that is often served with white wine. Socca is also called La Socca in France. Socca is pronounced "sohk-kah".

Sultana refer to a golden colored, white grape raisins made from Sultana grapes and a name which is also given to white, seedless grapes of Turkish or Iranian origin.These grapes are larger than currants but smaller than regular raisins, known as Golden raisins. Sultanas are also referred to in America as Thompson Seedless which are enjoyed by many because of their extra sweet flavor.

Stamppot refers to Dutch foods made of pureed potatoes, vegetables served with smoked sausage. Moreover, Stamppot refers to a simple dish consisting of mashed potatoes with different ingredients, such as carrots (Wortel Stamppot), Kale (Boerenkook Stamppot) or Endive (andijvie Stamppot). It is generally served together with Rookworst , a juicy smoked sausage

Satay Daging refers to skewered marinated beef which is one of the foods in the Netherlands, particularly in Amsterdam where Indonesian food is available and offered in many restaurants and eateries. The Dutch have generally a good knowledge about Indonesian cuisine.