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Štruklji (This is one of the most characteristic dishes, known all over Slovenia. Štruklji are made from different kinds of dough and can have a wide range of fillings; they can be baked or cooked, sweet or savory. Until around the 1930's they used to be prepared at holidays and to celebrate the end of major farm work. The most special kind of štruklji is prepared with tarragon filling. Other widely known varieties are those with cottage cheese filling, walnut, apple and poppy seeds…

Štruklji-This is one of the most characteristic dishes, known all over Slovenia. Štruklji are made from different kinds of dough and can have a wide range of fillings; they can be baked or cooked, sweet or savory.

Štruklji This is one of the most characteristic dishes, known all over Slovenia. Štruklji are made from different kinds of dough and can have a wide range of fillings; they can be baked or cooked, sweet or savory. The most special kind of štruklji, especially during spring and summer, is prepared with tarragon filling. Other widely known varieties are those with cottage cheese filling, walnut, apple and poppy seed štruklji, along with many others.

Štruklji This is one of the most characteristic dishes, known all over Slovenia. Štruklji are made from different kinds of dough and can have a wide range of fillings; they can be baked or cooked, sweet or savory. The most special kind of štruklji, especially during spring and summer, is prepared with tarragon filling. Other widely known varieties are those with cottage cheese filling, walnut, apple and poppy seed štruklji, along with many others.

Štruklji or Cottage cheese dumplings Dumplings are definitely one of the most characteristic of Slovenian national dishes, as they are known in different versions in all Slovenian regions and gastronomic regions. Prepared by and are preparing for various holidays and during major sections. In many places in Slovenia is still considered a festive invitation: Come to us on dumplings! http://www.adventureslovenia.com/

Štruklji or Cottage cheese dumplings Dumplings are definitely one of the most characteristic of Slovenian national dishes, as they are known in.

Čompe s skuto – Potatoes with cottage cheese | slovenia.si

Photo: Tomo Jeseničnik Čompe is the local dialect for potatoes in the Soča River valley. Served with cottage cheese, this was once a very widespread dish in the Soča …

Slovenia is known for her soups – each bite captures the taste of the earth and sky, rolling hills and grand mountains. They are the answer to frosted windows, the worst sort of bone-chill, and that scratchy feeling in the back of the throat. Slovenian soup is the sunshine to your snowy day...

Bean n' Barley Soup | Ričet

Slovenia is known for her soups – each bite captures the taste of the earth and sky, rolling hills and grand mountains. They are the answer to frosted windows, the worst sort of bone-chill, a…

Sour Cream Kolacky (Slovenia) Sounds like the food of my heritage.

Slovenian sour-cream Kolacky (jam cookies) with only four ingredients (+ icing sugar to dust).

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Recipes to make Slovenian smoked sausage the center of a dish

Two ways to get the most out of a smoked pork sausage -- add veggies and serve it for dinner.

Slovenian Christmas bread or sarkelj is a slightly sweet yeast-raised raisin bread.

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Croatian Cheese Noodles. I sauté organic onion and natural nitrate free bacon in ghee. Toss it over gluten free brown rice pasta and good natural farmers cheese. Oh yum.

Croatian Cheese Noodles

This is one of my favorite lunches. It is typical Northern Croatian dish. It is very easy to make, and you have usually all ingredients at home (well, in Croatia) so you don’t have to make special shopping.

Burek (Bosnia & Hercegovina). 'Filo pastry is filled with aromatic minced (ground) meat – or spinach (zeljanica) – and onion, cheese and herbs (sirnici), then rolled, glossed with either butter or olive oil and baked till golden. Burek can be eaten at any hour: for breakfast accompanied by black tea, or after a busy night in the bars of Sarajevo’s Baščaršija district.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/bosnia-and-hercegovina

'Filo pastry is filled with aromatic minced (ground) meat – or spinach (zeljanica) – and onion, cheese and herbs (sirnici), then rolled, glossed with either butter or olive oil and baked till golden.

Looking good, fettuccine carbonara. We like what you're doing with those green beans.

fettuccine carbonara with green beans

Ooooo and i just picked green beans from my garden. fettuccine carbonara with green beans

Slovenian Doughnuts Called Krofe "Craw-Fee" (MEŠANICA ZA KROFE Z JAJCI)

Slovenian Doughnuts Called Krofe "Craw-Fee" (MEŠANICA ZA KROFE Z JAJCI)

Kuharski recept - ljubljanske skutine palačinke s pehtranom

Kuharski recept - ljubljanske skutine palačinke s pehtranom

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