Kibinas is a yeast dough pastry with chopped lamb or beef filling - eaten by sipping hot natural bouillon, tea or bread kvass. This dish has become popular in Lithuania thanks to Duke Vytautas Magnus. Both, he and his subordinates liked these pastries very much and it became a regular dish on the duke's table. They are extraordinary: especially delicious, crispy, juicy and very rich! Kibinas does not lose its great taste even when it gets cold.
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