Mućkalica

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Mućkalica is a Serbian dish, a stew made of barbecued meat and vegetables. It's name is derived from mućkati, meaning "to shake, stir, mix".

Meat from different animals, as well as various cuts from the same type of animal are used to make a mućkalica: what a cocktail is for beverages, mućkalica is for barbecue. There are various regional styles of mućkalicas, such as Leskovačka mućkalica,[1] the most popular, and Toplička mućkalica.[2] It is usually made from cold, leftover barbecued meat which is stewed with various other ingredients.

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