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Punjene tikvice (Serbian Cyrillic: Пуњене тиквице) is a dish originally from Serbia and a common dish in all the Western Balkans countries. The placenta and seeds of larger, shorter, cylindrical immature squashes are pulled off, and the further proceeding is similar as for punjene paprike or sarma. Often, punjene tikvice (stuffed squashes) and punjene paprike (stuffed peppers) are made together, as a mixed dish.
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