Sarma - Bosnian Stuffed Cabbage Leaves Recipe - Food.com
There are different versions of this recipe from all over the Balkans. You may be able to get sour cabbage from an Eastern European market; if not, you can boil the cabbage heads until soft enough to work with (the dish will taste slightly different - maybe add some vinegar to the broth). It is a very filling dish! Don't worry about leftovers, they taste just fine reheated (use the stove, not the microwave)!
Serbian Lepinje Za Cevapi Bread Recipe
Our recipe for Serbian lepinje is known as lepinje za cevapi because the bread is traditionally served with cevapcici sausages tucked inside.
Balkan Food: An Easy Bosnian Ćevapi Recipe To Make At Home - Chasing the Donkey
It is believed that ćevapi were introduced to Bosnian cuisine through the Ottoman Empire, which was present in the Balkan area for almost 500 years. This is the best cevapi recipe because it has very few ingredients. This easy Bosnian cevapi recipe will be enjoyed by all!
Pljeskavica - Traditional Serbian Burger Recipe
This Serbian burger, called Pljeskavica, with Ajvar and Kajmak will make you forget about all those other burgers from fast food chain places in a second!
Heljdusa — Coolinarika
Heljdino brasno kod nas u kuci jako popularno ,svi ga volimo na sve nacine iskorisceno,evo jednog recepta sa heljdinim brasnom veoma ukusnog:)
Cevapi - Ang Sarap
Cevapi or ćevapčići is a type of Kebab made out of grilled minced meat or pork, beef and or lamb served in with a flat bread with chopped onions, sour cream and ajvar (red bell pepper relish).
EASY PEACH COBBLER
This tried-and-true Peach Cobbler recipe is easier than pie! Use fresh or frozen peaches so you can enjoy peach cobbler year-round. Serve it with a scoop of ice cream for the perfect dessert.
Serbia and Montenegro Yugoslavia
Serbian food has its foundations in the former Yugoslavia and its historical peasant cuisine. The centuries under Ottoman rule heavily influenced today’s cooking habits together with the relatively more recent Austrian and Austro-Hungarian rule. Thus Serbian cuisine is a reflection of historical influences of Oriental and Slavic tastes.
Musaka (Serbian Potato Moussaka) - Tara's Multicultural Table
Musaka is a Serbian dish similar to the Greek Moussaka, but made with potatoes instead of eggplant. Potatoes are sliced and layered with ground beef or pork, then covered in a yogurt egg sauce before baking. Chad isn’t crazy about potatoes, so he thought this was just ok. Evan and I loved it. It was...Read More