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Balkan Cuisine

"Experience the taste of the Balkans"
Grilled meats

Some popular grilled meat dishes include cevapi (grilled minced meat), pljeskavica (grilled beef patty), and raznjici (grilled meat skewers).

Stews and soups

Some of the most popular stews and soups in the region include goulash (beef stew), pasulj (bean soup), and sarma (stuffed cabbage rolls).


Cheese is a beloved ingredient in Balkan cuisine and is used in many dishes, from salads and spreads to pastries and main courses. Some popular Balkan cheeses include feta, kajmak (a creamy cheese), and sirene (a crumbly cheese).


Some popular Balkan desserts include baklava (a sweet pastry made with layers of phyllo dough and nuts), tulumbe (fried dough soaked in syrup), and krempita (a custard-filled pastry).

Smoked Meats

Suho Meso is a delicious and unique Bosnian specialty that has been enjoyed for generations and continues to be a beloved part of the country's culinary heritage.

Smoked Sausage

Sudjuk is a delicious and flavorful smoked sausage that has a long history and a wide range of culinary uses. Whether enjoyed on its own or incorporated into a dish, it is sure to be a crowd-pleaser for meat lovers.

About Balkan Food

Balkan cuisine is a mix of different culinary traditions, influenced by the geography and history of the region. The Balkans, also known as the Balkan Peninsula, is located in southeastern Europe and includes countries such as Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia, and Slovenia.

Balkan cuisine has been shaped by various factors throughout history, such as the Ottoman Empire, which ruled over parts of the region for centuries. The Ottomans brought with them ingredients such as lamb, yogurt, and spices, which are still used in Balkan dishes today. Other influences on Balkan cuisine include the Mediterranean diet, which emphasizes fresh vegetables, fruits, and seafood, and the Slavic traditions of the region, which favor hearty stews and soups.

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