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In Moldova this kind of pie is made for every taste: with cheese, cabbage, potatoes, meat, cherries, pumpkin, apples. The most famous are pies with cottage cheese, dill and onions.
Traditionally mămăliga is cooked in a cauldron. Thus, the mămăliga takes on a round shape. Mămăliga is served with cottage cheese, sour cream, barbeque or even fried fish and specific sauce (mujdei).
#Sarmale (Cabbage rolls)
Cabbage rolls are very popular in the Republic of Moldova. Minced meat is mixed with rice and other ingredients, and then wrapped in cabbage or grape leaves.
#Zeamă with chicken and noodles
Soup is a part of Moldavian wedding traditions, because the day after the party, the groom invites guests and close friends “for zeamă”.
The king of desserts is the cake Guguță's Hat. It combines the favorite pancakes and cherries, which are soaked in sweet cream and sprinkled with chocolate on top. The cake got its name from the similarity of the shepherds’ hat worn by a little boy named Guguță, the tales hero of the Moldavian writer Spiridon Vangheli.