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Traveling to Bosnia was a cultural eye-opener for us especially when it came to the Bosnian food. The culinary contents are some of the simplest ones, but they make the most delicious meals. Its cuisine
Nerminka M Hernandez saved to soups
10 Traditional Bosnia Food and Recipes - Our Favorites - We had a taste of every type of Bosnian Food. The culinary contents are some of the simplest ones, but they make the most delicious meals. Its cuisine is a balance between Eastern and Western influences. The closest relations are to the Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, and Turkish cuisines.
Nigel Bailey saved to Recipes
Kvrgusa is a traditional Bosnian dish that is made by baking pieces of chicken in a flour, egg and milk batter and when it is done it tas...
Cristi saved to Croatian recipes
Iman Al-Dabbagh, a friend of mine here in Sarajevo, is a photographer. One of her latest photos she posted on Facebook, in the album iFoodography, inspired me to make kljukuša as a Saturday treat. Well, kljukuša is a traditional Bosnian dish made by grated potatoes mixed with flour and water or milk/yogurt/cream. It's baked in an oven until golden and crisp on the outside and soft inside. This morning, it's going to be my first, so I grabbed a few potatoes and told Milou that we're making a…
Croatian Lepinja Bread Recipe - This simple and authentic bread recipe makes small sandwich loaves of bubbly slightly sweet Croatian flatbread!
Barbara Kerigan-harris saved to Good food ideals
Bosnian Food in both Mostar and Sarajevo area delightful but very different. Burek in the photo above is a great snack for bus or plane trips and the others like ćevapi, dolma, sarma, pilav (pilaf), gulaš (goulash), ajvar and a whole range of Eastern sweets. Never thought of visiting Bosnia then put it on your bucket list. The food alone is worth the trip. #bigescape Our Big Escape Travel Guide.
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Discover the most popular Bosnian foods and dishes. From the famous Hadžijski Ćevap to Baklava , Bamija and Punjene Paprike, Bosnian cuisine has a lot to offer. So when you visit the lovely Bosnia, be sure to try out these dishes – they are guaranteed to give your taste buds an incredible time. Even better, you can prepare these recipes from the comfort of your home. #bosnianfood #bosniancuisine #bosniafood
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Bosnian Burek - a baked phyllo pastry filled with meat, traditionally made in the former Ottoman Empire.
- • 953 2/3 g Ground beef or lamb
- • 2 Garlic cloves
- • 1 Onion, medium
- • 3 tbsp Parsley, fresh
- • 1 Egg
Baking & Spices
- • 3/4 tbsp Paprika, sweet
- • 1/2 tsp Pepper, freshly ground
- • 1/2 tsp Salt
- • 1 tbsp Sesame seeds
Oils & Vinegars
- • 2 tbsp Olive oil, extra virgin
Bread & Baked Goods
- • 1 package Filo pastry
- • 50 g 1/4 cup butter
- • 1 Yogurt to serve, Plain
christine saved to Bosnian cuisine
11 · 60 minutes · Our banitsa recipe, a beloved and iconic Bulgarian and Balkans pie, sings to the stomach with each and every wholesome, cheesy, and buttery soft mouthful.
- • 4 Eggs
Baking & Spices
- • 1/2 tsp Baking soda
Oils & Vinegars
- • 1 Sunflower oil
- • 7 tbsp Butter - 100 grams
- • 597 2/3 g Feta
- • 1 Greek yoghurt
- • 377 1/2 ml Whole milk
- • Filo (Phyllo) Dough – 6 sheets*
Barbara George saved to Balkan food