sukadelappen

10:33 Mar 20, 2017
Dutch to German translations [PRO]
Food & Drink / Meat
Dutch term or phrase: sukadelappen
Het assortiment bestaat uit sukadelappen, draadjesvlees (liesstukken) en hachee. Producten afkomstig van exclusief geselecteerd rundvee. Hiermee heeft de consument gegarandeerd een kwaliteitsproduct.

Lautet der richtige deutsche Begriff "Schmorfleisch"? Dann ist mir der Unterschied zum draadjesvlees aber nicht klar...
Hat jmd. eine Idee? Vielen Dank!
SimStadl
Netherlands
Local time: 15:47


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4 +1Falsches Filet
Marian Pyritz
Summary of reference entries provided
Snittenboek
Susanne Bittner

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Falsches Filet


Explanation:
oder auch Schulterfilet (vom Rind) - siehe auch Link




    https://www.lebensmittellexikon.de/f0000310.php
Marian Pyritz
Germany
Local time: 15:47
Native speaker of: Native in GermanGerman, Native in DutchDutch
PRO pts in category: 55

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9 mins
Reference: Snittenboek

Reference information:
Googele mal auf Snittenboek, früher gab es eine CD mit den Bezeichnungen für die gängigen niederländischen Fleisch-Stücke in vier Sprachen (Productschap Vee en Vlees).

Susanne Bittner
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PRO pts in category: 27
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