Tochitura refers to the traditional Romanian hearty meat stew seasoned with onions and/or spices. Tocanita is also called Tochitura, a meat stew seasoned with onions and/ or spices

Related Articles

Hamin ■■■■■■
Hamin is another name for Cholent describing the traditional meals served in Jewish families on the Sabbath. . . . Read More
Halim / Haleem ■■■■■
Halim / Haleem: Halim refers to a savory wheat porridge which is prepared with wheat grains, boiled meats . . . Read More
Cocina Mareá ■■■■■
Cocina Mareá refers to a hearty stew of pumpkin, broad beans, green beans, onions, potatoes, garlic, . . . Read More
Picadinho de Jacaré ■■■■■
Picadinho de Jacaré refers to Brazilian traditional indigenous meal made from alligator meat which is . . . Read More
Haku Chhoyla ■■■■
Haku Chhoyla refers to a black, roasted or grilled spicy meat. It is made with meat from water buffalo . . . Read More
Mana Chhoyla ■■■■
Mana Chhoyla refers to a variety or kind of Chholya that is made from properly boiled and spiced meat. . . . Read More
Faggots ■■■■
Faggots refers to an English and Welsh dish of pork, bread crumbs, onions and spices that are pressed . . . Read More
Papas Rellenas ■■■■
Papas Rellenas refers to a dish served in various countries of Latin America consisting of mashed potatoes . . . Read More
Potée à l' Auvergnate ■■■■
Potée à l' Auvergnate refers to French dish which is a cross between soup and stew made of salt pork . . . Read More
Yebeg ■■■■
Yebeg means lamb in Ethiopia which is used in various lamb dishes from the country, such as: 1. Dullet . . . Read More