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Haliva (Хьэлжъо) and Mataz (Мэтазэ), two of the prominent traditional Adyghe snacks
|Spiced meat (lamb or ground beef) , mushrooms, cheese, greens, onions, garlic. Potato fillings are another option.|
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Mataz(Adyghe: Мэтазэ) are dumplings popular in most Circassian cuisine, as well as in Caucasian, closely related to the East Asian buuz, baozi, jiaozi, mantou, and mandu, and to the Nepali momo. Mataz dumplings typically consist of a spiced meat mixture, usually lamb or ground beef, in a dough wrapper, either boiled or steamed.Mataz is filled with various fillings, mostly with spiced meat, greens, and onions. Mushrooms, potatoes, or cheese may be used in place of meat.