World Traveler Recipes: Kvrgusa - Bosnian Chicken Pie

World Traveler Recipes: Kvrgusa - Bosnian Chicken Pie

World Traveler Recipes: Home Made Bosnian Pita: Burek and Sirnica (Phyllo Pies Filled With Meat and Cheese)

World Traveler Recipes: Home Made Bosnian Pita: Burek and Sirnica (Phyllo Pies Filled With Meat and Cheese)

Cevapi - National dish of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Grilled skinless sausage of minced beef served with flatbread, onions, sour cream, kajmak, feta cheese and red pepper.

Cevapi - National dish of Bosnia-Herzegovina. Grilled skinless sausage of minced beef served with flatbread, onions, sour cream, kajmak, feta cheese and red pepper.

Bosnian Burek - a baked phyllo pastry filled with meat, traditionally made in the former Ottoman Empire.

Bosnian Burek

Bosnian Burek - a baked phyllo pastry filled with meat, traditionally made in the former Ottoman Empire.

Lepinja bread, also called lepinje or somun in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is the daily bread of the Balkans. It is very soft and airy. #balkans #bread #196flavors

Lepinja bread, also called lepinje or somun in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is the daily bread of the Balkans. It is very soft and airy. #balkans #bread #196flavors

Croatian lamingtons or Cupavci are made with sponge cake, custard, chocolate and coconut.

Croatian lamingtons or Cupavci are made with sponge cake, custard, chocolate and coconut.

Bosnian Pancakes (Ustipci). Delicious!

Bosnian Pancakes (Ustipci). Delicious!

Bosnian Cheese Pie, SIRNICA, photo by Olga Tikhonova #phyllodough #borek

SNEAKING INTO A BOSNIAN KITCHEN: BOSNIAN SIRNICA PIE RECIPE AND MAKING PERFECT PHYLLO DOUGH?

Bosnian Cheese Pie, SIRNICA, photo by Olga Tikhonova #phyllodough #borek

Sarma - Bosnian Stuffed Cabbage Leaves Recipe - Food.com - 367869

Sarma - Bosnian Stuffed Cabbage Leaves

Sarma - Bosnian Stuffed Cabbage Leaves Recipe - Food.com - 367869

In my native Serbia, the tradition on New Years Day is to eat krofne.  Krofne are sweet and airy doughnuts that are made with a yeast-activated dough similar to beignets. Always round in shape, krofne symbolize that we have come full circle and are about to start anew!

In my native Serbia, the tradition on New Years Day is to eat krofne. Krofne are sweet and airy doughnuts that are made with a yeast-activated dough similar to beignets. Always round in shape, krofne symbolize that we have come full circle and are about to start anew!

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