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List by: itisclaudio, created: 12 Oct 2021, updated: 12 Oct 2021 Public: Users can add dishes

Lists of food served in such a form and style that it can conveniently be eaten with the fingers.

1. Deviled Egg

Devilled Eggs, Stuffed Eggs, Angel Eggs, Eggs Mimosa, Russian Eggs, Dressed Eggs, Picnic Eggs (Argentine) (English)

Hard-boiled eggs, shelled, cut in half, and filled with the hard-boiled egg's yolk mixed with other ingredients such as mayonnaise and mustard, but many other variants exist internationally. Deviled eggs are usually served cold. They are served as a side dish, appetizer or a main course, and are a common holiday or party food.

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2. Brochette

(French)

In cooking, en brochette refers to food cooked, and sometimes served, on brochettes, or skewers. The French term generally applies to French cuisine, while other terms like shish kebab, satay, or souvlaki describe the same technique in other cuisines. Food served en brochette is generally grilled.

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3. Pig In A Blanket

Pigs In Blankets (American) (Canadian)

Refers to hot dogs in croissant rolls, but may include Vienna sausages, cocktail or breakfast/link sausages wrapped in biscuit dough, pancake, or croissant dough, and baked. The dough is sometimes homemade, but canned dough is most common. They are somewhat similar to a sausage roll or (by extension) a baked corn dog. The larger variety is served as a quick and easy main course or light meal (particularly for children) while the smaller version is served as an appetizer. At …

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4. Pretzel

(Austrian) (French) (German)

A pretzel is a type of baked pastry made from dough that is commonly shaped into a knot. The traditional pretzel shape is a distinctive symmetrical form, with the ends of a long strip of dough intertwined and then twisted back onto itself in a particular way (a pretzel loop). In modern times, pretzels come in a wide range of shapes.

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5. Empanada

(-Worldwide-)

Empanada is a type of baked or fried turnover very common in many cuisines. Empanadas are made by folding some kind of dough with stuffing consisting of a variety of meat, cheese, huitlacoche, vegetables, fruits, and others.

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6. Crostini

Crostino (Italian)

Meaning "little crusts" in Italian; (singular crostino) are an Italian appetizer consisting of small slices of grilled or toasted bread and toppings. The toppings may include a variety of different cheeses, meats, and vegetables, or may be presented more simply with a brush of olive oil and herbs or a sauce.
Along with bruschetta, crostini are thought to originate in medieval times when it was typical for Italian peasants to eat their meals on slices of bread instead of using ceramics.

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7. Chicken Tenders

Chicken fingers, chicken tendies, chicken goujons, chicken strips, chicken fillets (American)

Common snack and kid friendly dish made by beep frying breaded trips of chicken white meat. it is similar to schnitzel.

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8. Fish Finger

Fish Sticks (American) (-Worldwide-)

Fish fingers is a processed food made using a whitefish, such as cod, hake, haddock or pollock, which has been battered or breaded. They are commonly available in the frozen food section of supermarkets. They can be baked in an oven, grilled, shallow fried, or deep-fried. Wikipedia

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9. Onion Ring

French Fried Onion Ring (American) (British)

An onion ring is a form of appetizer or side dish in British and American cuisine. They generally consist of a cross-sectional "ring" of onion dipped in batter or bread crumbs and then deep-fried; a variant is made with onion paste. Wikipedia

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10. French Fries

(American) (Canadian)

In the United States and most of Canada, the term fries refers to all dishes of fried elongated pieces of potatoes, while in the United Kingdom, Australia, South Africa(rarely), Ireland and New Zealand, thinly cut fried potatoes are sometimes called shoestring fries to distinguish them from the thicker-cut

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11. Flatbread

(-Worldwide-)

Bread made with flour, water and salt, and then thoroughly rolled into flattened dough. Many flatbreads are unleavened—made without yeast—although some are slightly leavened, such as pita bread.

There are many other optional ingredients that flatbreads may contain, such as curry powder, diced jalapeños, chili powder, or black pepper. Olive oil or sesame oil may be added as well. Flatbreads can range from one millimeter to a few centimeters thick.

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