This Portuguese dish is one of traditional rice recipe, the rice is cooked up in a pot with some savory ingredientes such as Chorizo, shredded duck, carrot and cheese as chef’s choice. It makes you feel good, doesn’t it?
Fantastic Cheeses at Fantastic Prices, it’s not just that I like cheese, it is worth a visit for the wonderful cheeses that they produce in Portugal.
Migas, a Spanish (but also a Portuguese) word for bread crambs, is popular dish that is made with left-over bread, olive oil, sausage (here I post Portuguese smoke sausage called Farinheira), garlic, herbs, chili and other ingredientes as one like. Everything is fried in one pan. Full of flavor.
You can’t ever talk about Portuguese food without mentioning Seafood. Dourada is popular fish caught along the Mediterranean coast. Baked dourada (it would be called “Dourada assada”) is authentic Portuguese recipe.
“Bolo de arroz” which is commonly known as Portuguese traditional delicacy is not what we would call “rice”. Main ingredients include rice flour, sugar, baking soda and egg. It is quite soft and delicious.
Kebab (Kebap in Turkish) or Souvlaki (Σουβλάκι in Greek) is a skewered grilled meat which can be traced back to Turkish cuisine. Since the original cypriot inhabitants refer to be a blend of Turkish, such a typical Turkish cuisine might also be their important diet. Today there are numerous Greeks live in South part of Cyprus, a name Soublaki (literally means ‘skewered’) is also used usually.
Taramo (Ταραμο) means fish roe in Greek language. The cooking technique and melting texture would remind anybody to mayonnaise. For preparation, fish roe, bread, onion, oil and lemon juice is blended and whisked like mayonnaise. It is also well known in Greece and Turkey. Taramosalata is eaten as an appetizer dip and a part of meze compositoin.
Kislo zelje, literaly means ‘sour cabbage’, is a traditional staple as ‘Slovenian Sauerkraut’. Here I post ‘Kislo zelje in repa’ which is a delicacy made of soured/fermented cabagge and turnip (in=and, repa=turnips). It is often acommpanied with meat dish as it adds nice aroma and taste to the food.
Lasagna is an Italian pasta dish oven-cooked by alternating layers of lasagna sheets (flat pasta), cheese and bolognese sauce (meat and tomato) in a casserole. The name lasagna refers to be originally derived from the pot that was used to cook the dish. As San Marino is enclosed within Italy and located near Emilia-Romagna region (birthplace of borognese!), the middle part of Italian meal is pretty common.
Giros (Greek:γύρος) is a kind of fast food that is sometimes eaten while standing in the street. The name Giros literaly means ‘turn’ in Greek, that’s why its meat is sliced like Shawarma in Israel or Doner kebab in Turkey and so on. Giros meat is stuffed into pita (flat bread) with tzaziki (strained yoghurt with garlic flavor), vegetable salad and fried potato.
Halloumi χαλούμι is the fantastic Cypriot gift to the world. A national cheese that has elastic texture is made from milk of goat, sheep or their mixture. Grilled-Halloumi is so awesome, often served to incorporate with much more delicious taste.
Pronunciation is like “Chevapchichi”. It is stick type hamburgh with salt and spices, and is wide availed in and around Serbia. In Belgrade, the famous restaurante “?” served nice cevapcici.
Those who hear “Goulasch” can imagin the Hangarian native fare, however, it means just simmered meat. I ate simmered beef meat. It's not hot, salty nor soupy but very tender!
Broun rice and nuts in Paprica. Good taste.
It is smoked pork uncured ham with rich fat. I ate with thick (1cm) meat. It was so good.
Honey! I had looked it from Montenegro or Croatia, I wished to taste it.
Welcome to Meat Paradice Bosnia&Herzegovina! You can see like this stick tupe hamburg in and around Bosnia&Herzegovina. It is a bit salty and spicy. This is often together with lepinom (round bread) which has vertical notch.
Welcome to Meat Paradice Bosnia&Herzegovina! You can see like this thin hamburg-steak in and around Bosnia&Herzegovina. It is a bit salty and spicy. This is often together with lepinom (round bread) which has vertical notch.
Welcome to Meat Paradice Bosnia&Herzegovina! Domace Kobasice means Bosnian sausage. It is thin and long sausage. This is often together with lepinom (round bread) which has vertical notch.
This is must-to-eat in Bosnia&Herzegovina because it is very very popular food in and around this country. Put stuffs on pie dough sheet and rolled. And then rolled like convolution. Heat and bake from upper and lower heater (or traditional coal fire). I ate 4 kind of stuff – sauteed grained meat, potato with black pepper taste, white cheese, spinach sautee.