lamb shashlik


lamb shashlik
grilled lamb meat on a skewer

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Shashlik — or shashlyk (Russian: Шашлык, from Crimean Tatar Şışlıq [ [http://starling.rinet.ru/cgi bin/response.cgi?root=/usr/local/share/starling/morpho morpho=1 basename=usrlocalsharestarlingmorphovasmervasmer first=17017 Vasmer s Etymological Dictionary] …   Wikipedia

  • shashlik — [shäsh′lik] n. [Russ shashlyk, ult. < Turk şiş, skewer, spit] kebabs of meat, esp. lamb, skewered and broiled …   English World dictionary

  • shashlik — n. dish consisting of lamb meat and other vegetables roasted on a skewer, shish kebab …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Kebab — This article is about the sandwich. For the meat served as part of such a sandwich, see Patty. For other uses, see Kebab (disambiguation). Döner Kebab A Döner Kebab Origin Place of origin Turkey …   Wikipedia

  • Cuisine of Armenia — Given the history of the Armenian people, the cuisine of Armenia and of the Armenians in the Armenian Diaspora is representative of the cuisine of the Mediterranean and the Caucasus, with strong influences from Eastern Europe, the Middle East,… …   Wikipedia

  • Armenian cuisine — Contents 1 Appetizers 2 Salads 3 Byorek 4 Grilled meats …   Wikipedia

  • shish kebab — /shish keuh bob / a dish consisting of kabobs broiled or roasted on a skewer. Also called shashlik, shashlick, shaslik. [1910 15; < Turk siskebabi, equiv. to sis spit (cf. SHASHLIK) + kebap roast meat (cf. KABOB) + i 3d sing. possessive suffix] * …   Universalium

  • Azerbaijani cuisine — Part of a series on Azerbaijani people Culture Architecture  …   Wikipedia

  • Pakistani cuisine — This article is part of the series …   Wikipedia

  • Israeli cuisine — Classic Israeli breakfast Israeli cuisine (המטבח הישראלי) comprises local dishes by Jews native to Israel and dishes brought to Israel by Jewish immigrants from around the world. Since before the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, and… …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.