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Yangnyeomtongdak
Sweet, sour, & spicy Korean fried chicken.
Yaniqueque
It is a deep-fried treat is said to get its name from Johnnycakes, brought over by English-speaking migrants in the 19th century. However, yaniqueque are made with flour instead of cornmeal and are completely different from American johnnycakes.
Yaprak Sarma
It is wrapped vine leaves with a filling of rice, onion and spices like mint, currant, pepper and cinnamon.
Yarpag Dolmasi
One of traditional dish of Azerbaijani region. Yarpag Dolmasi are traditionally stuffed with ground lamb and/or beef, rice, onions, and herbs.
Yatsuhashi
It is a Japanese confectionery sold mainly as a souvenir sweet (miyagegashi). It is one of the best known meibutsu (famous regional products) of Kyoto. It is made from glutinous rice flour (上新粉? jōshinko), sugar and cinnamon. Baked, ...
Yellow Dal
This thick and hearty Indian yellow dal is made from yellow split peas and is bursting with flavor courtesy of a simple blend of Indian spices.
Yerba Mate
It's an Argentina's traditional drinks.
Yi Mein
When Yi mein is consumed on birthdays, it is generally referred to as Longevity noodles or Sau mein (壽麵/寿面). The Chinese character for "long" (長壽麵/长寿面) is also added as a prefix to represent "long life". Usually it is ...
Yorkshire Pudding
Yorkshire pudding is an English food made from batter consisting of eggs, flour, and milk or water. It is often served with beef and gravy and is part of the traditional British Sunday roast. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yorkshire_p...
Youtiao
Deep-fried dough often served during breakfast with hot soy milk or as an accompaniment with congee, soup, or by itself.