Katův šleh

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Katův šleh[1][2] (literally executioner’s whipping) is a Czech dish being served in most conventional restaurants.[2][3][4][5][6] It is a low-cost meal which can be easily and fast prepared. It is made in many variants, however, the necessary attribute is a strong pungency or piquancy and the presence of pork or chicken meat noodles.

Composition[edit]

Preparation[edit]

Meat is fried in a pan and later is steamed with ingredients. Can be served with rice, cooked potatoes or French fries

Naming[edit]

A name of Katův šleh is also very variable, though the name always refers to its piquance. Names of Čertovo tajemství (Demon's Secret) or Pekelné nudličky (Hellish meat noodles) are also used from time to time.

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