What is another word for zamburek?


[ zˈambjʊ͡əɹˌɛk], [ zˈambjʊ‍əɹˌɛk], [ z_ˈa_m_b_j_ʊə_ɹ_ˌɛ_k]

Zamburek is a Czech pastry traditionally made from puff pastry dough filled with a spiced mixture of ground pork, beef and onions. However, this rich pastry dessert is known by various names in different parts of the world. For instance, it is called Klobasnek in Texas and Kolache in parts of Europe. Other synonyms of zamburek include Polish Kolaczki, Slovenian Klobasa, Hungarian Kolbasz, and German Fleischkuchen. Although the names and ingredients vary, the end product reflects an age-old tradition of making delicious pastries of various shapes and fillings. Whether it's called zamburek, kolache or klobasnek, the pastry has taken many forms and shapes according to where it has been made throughout history.

How to use "Zamburek" in context?

Polish zamburek, known as Zurek in Yiddish, is a type of goulash.

The traditional Polish zamburek is a hearty mixture of beef, onions, celery, mushrooms, and a spice mix including allspice, cloves, and black pepper. It is simmered in a beef or onion broth until the beef is tender.

Variations of the dish can include using pork or other meats, or using a variety of beans, including fava beans, chickpeas, or lima beans.

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