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Middle East and Southeastern Europe
In Croatian cuisine, it is known as Fileki, Tripice or Vampi.
In Czech cuisine, tripe soup is heavily spiced with paprika, onions and garlic resulting in very distinct spicy goulash-like flavour. The Czech name is drštková polévka, often shortened to drštkovka.
In German cuisine, there are a number of different versions of sour tripe soup from southern parts of the country, including Bavaria, Saxony and Swabia. Seasonings include lard, onions, garlic, meat broth, wine vinegar, bay leaf, salt, and pepper. In the nineteenth century in parts of the German Empire that are now Poland (like Silesia), "Flaki" was a street food. The tripe was cooked with long bones, celery root, parsley root, onions, and bay leaf. The tripe was then sliced, breaded and fried, and returned to the broth with some vinegar, marjoram, mustard, salt, and pepper.
In Hungarian cuisine, tripe soup is called pacalleves or simply pacal. Pacalpörkölt is a tripe soup heavily spiced with paprika.
In Slovak cuisine, it's known as držková polievka.
Western and Southern Europe
In Italian cuisine, trippa alla fiorentina is a traditional dish of the Florence and trippa alla milanese or busecca is a traditional dish of Milan. Caldume (Italian) or quarumi (Sicilian) is a Sicilian dish of veal tripe stewed with vegetables, served as a street food in Palermo and Catania.
North and South America
East and Southeast Asia
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