sauerkraut - kiseli kupus

Sauerkraut unites us! Sarma, podvarak, and svadbarski kupus (literal translation wedding cabbage) are just some of the dishes characteristic of the countries of Southeast Europe, and especially of the countries of the Western Balkans. Recipes and traditions that have been passed down from generation to generation for centuries have become so characteristic of this afternoon…

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Serbian cuisine in the 19th century

Serbian cuisine in the 19th century Serbian cuisine is very diverse, so diverse that it is very difficult to pinpoint the origins of the dishes that are traditionally eaten in a typical Serbian house. Dishes can vary from region to region, as well as ways of their preparation. Whatever the differences are, one thing is…

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Kajmak, kaymak, traditional food, click for serbia, serbian culture

Kajmak Soft, creamy, rich in taste, often an ideal breakfast and addition with which kebabs get a special flavor. You guessed it right, the topic for today’s gastro-trip is our favorite cream – kajmak (kaymak)! Kajmak is a specialty that is closely associated with the Balkan countries but is also adored in the Middle East.…

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Winter home-canning, Zimnica, Serbian culture, Serbian food, Serbian tradition, click for Serbia

Winter home-canning (Zimnica) When the roasted peppers start to smell, I know that summer is coming to an end and that you should slowly start your winter season preparations. Ajvar, pindjur, sauerkraut, cucumbers, carrots, or cauliflower. These are all favorite delicacies that we will eat during the winter days. As a child, I loved to…

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Vanilice, Serbian food, tradition

Vanilice – Traditional Serbian delicacy A delicacy that takes us back to childhood, and creates memories for the new generation that remain deeply etched. The famous vanilice is a part of the Serbian culinary tradition. Why are vanilce a favorite dessert for many and what makes them so special? Apart from the crispy dough, which…

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