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a Hungarian stew (=thick soup) made from meat and vegetables and hot red pepper
a soft food from Greece and the Middle East that is made from chickpeas and eaten cold with bread
a Greek dish made from layers of meat, aubergines, and cheese
a Spanish meal made from rice cooked with vegetables, chicken, shellfish etc
an Italian food made from flour and water, and sometimes eggs. There are many different forms of pasta, for example spaghetti, ravioli, and lasagne.
a type of Italian sausage that is used in foods such as pizza
a soft Italian food made from maize, eaten with meat or vegetables
a meal consisting of meat and vegetables cooked in a sauce. Ragout is a type of stew.
a meal made by cooking tomatoes, onions, garlic, peppers, aubergines, and courgettes together in a pan
a German food made from cabbage that has been cut into very thin pieces and kept in water with salt to give it a sour flavour
a soft pink Greek food made from roe (=fish eggs)
a Greek food made by mixing yoghurt, cucumber, and garlic together
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