List of stuffed dishes

This is a list of stuffed dishes, comprising dishes and foods that are prepared with various fillings and stuffings. Some dishes are not actually stuffed, the added ingredients are simply spread atop the base food, as one cannot truly stuff an oyster or a mussel or a pizza.

Stuffed dishesEdit

 
Botillo is a dish of meat-stuffed pork intestine
 
Brazilian kibbeh stuffed with requeijão
 
Porchetta in Rome
 
A stuffed artichoke served with a sauce
 
Stuffed squash: an acorn squash stuffed with pilaf and topped with cheese
 
A stuffed turkey, prior to cooking

BunsEdit

Desserts and sweetsEdit

DumplingsEdit

Fish and seafood dishesEdit

PastriesEdit

 
knish (at left)

Several pastries have various types of fillings.

RollsEdit

 
Chicken and shrimp spring rolls

Sausage dishesEdit

Stuffed parathasEdit

  • Stuffed paratha – paratha is an unleavened flatbread that is sometimes stuffed with various ingredients
    • Aloo paratha – unleavened dough stuffed with a spiced mixture of mashed potato
    • Gobhi paratha – stuffed with flavored cauliflower and vegetables

Stuffed pastaEdit

Some pasta varieties and dishes are stuffed with various fillings.

Stuffed pizzasEdit

 
Stuffed pizza at a restaurant

Turkish stuffed dishesEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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