by: anika854, created: 05 Jul 2018, updated: 05 Jul 2018 Public: Users can add dishes

Serbian cuisine has many influences from the neighboring countries and it is also influenced by the historic events.Serbian food is characterized by a mixture of Byzantine–Greek, Mediterranean, Turkish–Oriental and cuisine of Austro Hungarian Empire, as well as medieval Slavic influences. Must Try in Serbian Food.

1. Sarma

Cabbage roll

(Serbian)

Sarma is basically ground beef and rice rolled into cabbage, greens or grapevine. In Serbia, the most popular is the cabbage sarma. Cabbage leaves are stuffed with the filling which are then ...

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2. Karadordeva Snicla

Karađorđeva Šnicla

(Serbian)

Karadordeva Snicla is a Serbian breaded cutlet dish named after the Serbian Prince Karađorđe. Karadordeva Snicla is a rolled veal or pork steak, stuffed with kajmak, and then breaded and fried. It ...

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3. Pljeskavica

Serbian Burger

(Serbian)

Pljeskavica, a grilled dish of spiced meat patty mixture of pork, beef and lamb, is a national dish of Serbia, also popular in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia. It is often served ...

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4. Gibanica

(Serbian)

Gibanica is a traditional pastry dish from Serbia popular all over the Balkans. It is usually made with white cheese and eggs. Recipes can range from sweet to savory, and from simple ...

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5. Proja

Proha

(Bosnian And Herzegovina)

(Bulgarian)

(Croatian)

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Proja is a Balkan dish made of corn flour, baking powder, sunflower oil, sparkling water and salt. Proha is an alternative name used in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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6. Ajvar

(Serbian)

Ajvar is a type of relish, made principally from red bell peppers. It may also contain garlic, eggplant and chili peppers. Ajvar originates in Serbian cuisine and was therefore long known as ...

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7. Kajmak

(Serbian)

Kajmak is a thick, tangy clotted cream from the Balkans usually made with sheep’s or cow’s milk. It's often served with Balkan burgers, Pljeskavica.Bring cream cheese, butter, ricotta and sour cream to ...

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8. Pasulj

Grah, Prebranac

(Bosnian And Herzegovina)

(Croatian)

(Montenegrin)

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Pasulj is a bean soup made of usually white, cranberry or pinto beans, and more rarely kidney beans, that is common in Serbian, Montenegrin, Bosnian, Croatian and Slovenian cuisine

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9. Shopska Salad

Šopska Salad, Sopska Salata

(Serbian)

Shopska is a salad from Serbia, very popular in the Balkan region. it is light and refreshing. Serbian salad called sopska salata, is a very typical salad for the entire Balkan region. ...

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