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Slovenia Cuisine and Food





Potica Dough

Potica Dough
The secret of a good potica is in the dough. High-quality flour, is used for this recipe. Rum and grated lemon is used as added flavour in this recipe. The bread is made usually for breakfast. Eaten with butter or jam.

Krofi

Krofi
Usually translated as doughnuts, but quite different. A traditional Carnival sweet, but can be enjoyed at any time.

Struklji

Struklji
Struklji is a multi-purpose dish. Can be served as a side-dish with game or any dark meat with a heavy sauce, as an independent course, usually with a salad or as a dessert with a sweetened cream sauce or just dusted with sugar.

 

Dandelion salad
There are several kinds of eatable dandelion, the ones with intensely serrated leaves and white stems are the best. Cut the florets just above the root, remove any semi-formed flower buds and fluff, wash thoroughly in cold water. Add egg, vinegar, salt and sprinkle with garlic, mix and pour over the dandelion shoots. Toss vigorously before serving.

Brodet

Brodet
Variations of this dish can be encountered all over the Mediterranean. Fish, tomatoes and olive oil are the essential ingredients, spices and condiments vary from different places. It is important to use coastal-water fish, for this dish.

 

Buhteljni
A traditional breakfast meal, baked with fresh white flour, added with honey, and marmalade. Just before serving, the bread is dusted lightly with vanilla scented castor sugar. Delicious to be eaten with coffee.


 

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