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Kibbeh

Kibbeh or kibbe is a Levantine dish made of bulgur and finely ground lean beef, lamb, goat or camel meat. The best-known variety is a torpedo-shaped fried croquette stuffed with minced beef or lamb.

Falafel

Falafel is made from ground chickpeas, fava beans, or both. Falafel is a traditional Middle Eastern food, commonly served in a pita, which acts as a pocket, or wrapped in a flatbread known as lafa; "falafel" also frequently refers to a wrapped sandwich that is prepared in this way. The falafel balls are topped with salads, pickled vegetables, hot sauce, and drizzled with tahini-based sauces. Falafel balls may also be eaten alone as a snack or served as part of a meze (appetizers).

Stuffed Chicken Cutlets

Chicken cutlet staffed with dill and margarine, very popular in Eastern European countries.Serve stuffed beef cutlets with mashed potato, french fries or rice.

Beef Dumplings

The dough is made from flour and water, sometimes adding a small portion of eggs. The filling is beef. The mixing together of different kinds of meat is also popular. The traditional recipe requires beef.

Chicken Dumplings

The dough is made from flour and water, sometimes adding a small portion of eggs. The filling is chicken. The mixing together of different kinds of meat is also popular. The traditional recipe requires chicken meat.

Potato and Onion Pierogies

Pirogies are stuffed dumplings of unleavened dough which are widespread in East Slavic (Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian), Moldovan and Baltic (Latvian, Lithuanian) cuisines, and commonly found today in all Post-Soviet states. They are traditionally associated with the Ukrainian cuisine and considered a national dish of Ukraine.

Cheese Pierogies

Pirogies are stuffed dumplings of unleavened dough which are widespread in East Slavic (Belarusian, Russian, Ukrainian), Moldovan and Baltic (Latvian, Lithuanian) cuisines, and commonly found today in all Post-Soviet states. They are traditionally associated with the Ukrainian cuisine and considered a national dish of Ukraine.

Beef Blintzes

A blin, blintchik or blintz is a type of thin pancake. Blintzes are thin pancakes that typically lack a leavening agent and are similar to crêpes, whereas blini are typically thicker and include a leavening agent. Filled up with cooked beef.

Chicken Blintzes

A blin, blintchik or blintz is a type of thin pancake. Blintzes are thin pancakes that typically lack a leavening agent and are similar to crêpes, whereas blini are typically thicker and include a leavening agent. Filled up with cooked chicken meat.

Potato and Mashroom Blintzes

A blin, blintchik or blintz is a type of thin pancake. Blintzes are thin pancakes that typically lack a leavening agent and are similar to crêpes, whereas blini are typically thicker and include a leavening agent. Filled up with cooked potao and mushroom.

Cheese Blintzes

A blin, blintchik or blintz is a type of thin pancake. Blintzes are thin pancakes that typically lack a leavening agent and are similar to crêpes, whereas blini are typically thicker and include a leavening agent. Filled up with cheese.

Pirozhki with Potato

Pirozhki is one of the best known Russian dishes. These small pastries filled with meat or mashed potato can be either a snack or a second course side.

Pirozhki with Beef

Pirozhki is one of the best known Russian dishes. These small pastries filled with meat or mashed potato can be either a snack or a second course side.