• Serbian Cuisine

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The Serbian gastronomy is a strong mix of oriental, central European and local Balkan cuisines (such as Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, Macedonia), offering an overwhelming variety of meals. Besides in restaurants and kafanas (Serbian name for something like a tavern), Serbs tend to eat lots of fast food, especially grilled for lunch, and pastry for any other meal. There is also a nice variety of seafood that you’ll find, given it’s close proximity to the Mediterranean coast (Adriatic sea).
Serbian food is mainly heavy, with plenty of calories. Meat, pastry and local vegetables dominate in Serbian cuisine.

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Sarma

(0 ) Cabbage roll (Serbian)

Sarma is basically ground beef and rice rolled into cabbage, greens or grapevine. In Serbia, the most popular is the ...

Cevapi

(0 ) Ćevapi, ćevapčići (Bulgarian) (Romanian) (Serbian)

It is a grilled dish of minced meat, a type of skinless sausage.

Pecenje

(0 ) Pečenje, roasted ... (Serbian)

Pečenje basically means roasted meat (whole roasted pork, lamb and goat), and it’s one of the most popular dishes in ...

Punjene Paprike

(0 ) Punjena Paprika (Serbian)

A dish made of peppers, stuffed with a mix of meat and rice in tomato sauce.

Skembici

(0 ) Škembići, Shkembici (Serbian)

Škembići (Tripe soup) comes in many varieties in the Eastern European cuisine. In Serbia, Škembići is one of the oldest ...

Krofne

(0 ) (-Eastern European-) (Serbian)

They are round and usually filled with jelly, marmalade, jam or chocolate as well as butter, nutella and cinnamon. It ...

Ajvar

(0 ) (Serbian)

It is a type of relish, made principally from red bell peppers. It may also contain garlic, eggplant and chili ...

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