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Description: Meat, usually beef, chopped and then formed into thin slices which are rolled around any of a variety of stuffings, but classically a mixture of cooked vegetables, potatoes and eggs. They are then threaded onto skewers and after being fried, really to seal the shape effectively, they are then baked in a casserole with other vegetables and stock flavoured with spices. Often served with kasza and soured cream.
Most frequent country: Poland
See foods and dishes: kasza, smietana