Glossary Z

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Zlikrofi refers to a Slovanian filled pasta

Zimino refers to an Italian sauce from Genoa

Zarzuela is a Spanish word for casserole.

Zarzuela refers to a colourful seafood stew/casserole that is made of shellfish, which is typically consist of seafoods like mussels, squid, prawns, spiny lobster, hake and eel which are cleaned and prepared and added to a chopped mixture of onions, garlic, tomatoes and sweet peppers and sweated in oil.

Zwetschgenknödel is a German term which means "plum dumpling"

Zwetschgenschnaps is a German term for "plum brandy". It is also called Zwetschgenwasser

Zwetschgen is a German term for plums.

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