Kibinai (singular: kibinas) are traditional pastries filled with mutton and onion, popular with Karaite ethnic minority in Lithuania. As everything Karaite in Lithuania, they are mostly associated with the city of Trakai. English-language travel guides compare them to Cornish pasties.
- "Lithuanian kibinai wins the C. R. Park culinary competition". Embassy of Lithuania in India. 20 October 2014. Retrieved 15 June 2016.
- Grigorijus Potašenko. Multinational Lithuania: history of ethnic minorities, 2008, p. 58.
- Lonely Planet Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania, 2012, p. 25.