Cawl

Welsh soup (Welsh)

meat, vegetables,

Originally made from broth of meat and vegetables, it is a traditional Welsh soup and can be served with plain oatmeal dumplings or currant dumplings also know as trollies. Traditionally, it is eaten with carved wooden spoon and wooden bowl.

Created Dec. 7, 2016 by: itisclaudio


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