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My Serbian Food in Pictures

22 Aug

Karađorđeva šnicla

Karađorđeva šnicla with potatoes, bread, and a sopska salad

One of the reasons that I have yet to leave this country is the vast amount of delicious foods! I wanted to share some of my past food experiences with you. Hope you enjoy!

Easter dinner with colored eggs, stuffed peppers, pork and lamb soup

Easter dinner with colored eggs, stuffed peppers, pork and lamb soup

 

Homemade meal from a friend's house in Nis

Homemade meal from a friend’s house in Nis

Kafana meal with cevapi, fries, sopska salad and Zajecarsko pivo

Kafana meal with cevapi, fries, sopska salad and Zajecarsko pivo

Sarma, pickled peppers, green onion and homemade bread

Sarma, pickled peppers, green onion and homemade bread

 

Fish soup (ribala corba) bread, and Zajecarsko Pivo

Fish soup (ribala corba) bread, and Zajecarsko Pivo

 

Komplet lepinja. Specialty from Uzice, Serbia.  Grease from a roasted lamb on bread with egg and kajmak

Komplet lepinja. Specialty from Uzice, Serbia. Grease from a roasted lamb on bread with egg and kajmak

 

Fresh fish from a small village near Uzice

Fresh fish from a small village near Uzice

 

they raised these fish in a stream by the restaurant

they raised these fish in a stream by the restaurant

 

Mixed meat platter from Kod Srbe

Mixed meat platter from Kod Srbe

 

cevpai, steak, and big cuts of pork with some fries and veggies

cevapi, steak, and big cuts of pork with some fries and veggies

Sopska Salad

Sopska Salad

 

pizza with something called "beef sauce" smeared all of it

pizza with something called “beef sauce” smeared all of it

 

plate of fresh roasted lamb at Mokra Gora

plate of fresh roasted lamb at Mokra Gora

 

different meats from a restaurant at Zlatibor

different meats from a restaurant at Zlatibor

 

Gurmanska pljeskavica

Gurmanska pljeskavica

 

palacinka or Serbian pancake

palacinka or Serbian pancake

 

Eurocream and Nutella... sweet creamy hazelnut spread they put on pancakes

Eurocream and Nutella… sweet creamy hazelnut spread they put on pancakes

 

a few of the condiments you can get on your burgers

a few of the condiments you can get on your burgers

 

Sarma or stuffed sour cabbage rolls... my favorite

Sarma or stuffed sour cabbage rolls… my favorite

 

meat tray from a friend's party

meat tray from a friend’s party

 

big pljeskavica with bread, urnebes, and fries

big pljeskavica with bread, urnebes, and fries

 

little pumpkin pies

little pumpkin pies

 

cheese pies with spinach in them

cheese pies with spinach in them

 

snack tray of pavlaka, ham and fried zucchini

snack tray of pavlaka, ham and fried zucchini

 

my favorite snacks... cheese, ajvar, crackers and a big bottle of Zajecarsko Pivo

my favorite snacks… cheese, ajvar, crackers and a big bottle of Zajecarsko Pivo

 

after dinner drinks of Nescafe and boiled wine

after dinner drinks of Nescafe and boiled wine

 

Serbian traditional drink, rakija that was served in a glass of crushed ice

Serbian traditional drink, rakija that was served in a glass of crushed ice 

 

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Posted by on August 22, 2014 in Through my eyes

 

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5 responses to “My Serbian Food in Pictures

  1. cazcopic

    August 29, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    Reblogged this on A Sojourn in Serbia and commented:
    For you Kylie Cirak … why reinvent the wheel I always say???

     
  2. Valentina

    September 5, 2014 at 8:38 pm

    Hello ! I enjoy reading your blog, it makes me smile !!
    My name is Valentina, I`m serbian ( born in France ) but I`m currently living in Tokyo. And I haven`t been in Serbia for 2 years ;(
    I ended up here, so I just would like to say THANK YOU FOR MAKING ME MISSING MY COUNTRY MORE AND MORE ahaha
    I saw you`ve been in Zrenjanin, not far from this city there is my father`s village ~ and my mother is from Cacak !
    I wanted to know if you like Serbian music ?? ahah Serbian Popfolk !!

    hajde cao, enjoy Serbia !

     
    • cather76

      September 21, 2014 at 8:38 am

      zdravoooo.. 🙂 awww.. i’m sorry to hear it… I hope that Tokoyo is treating you right. I’ve heard how expensive life can be over there and I doubt you have many Serbian restaurants. 🙂 Thanks for putting a smile on my face this morning.

      Not a huge fan of turbo folk, but like the old stuff.. Toma Zdravkovic, Kemal Malovcic..and some others.. 🙂

       
  3. Andy Townend

    September 11, 2014 at 9:25 am

    Really missing all that delicious Serbian cuisine, thanks for sharing! Andy

     
    • cather76

      September 21, 2014 at 8:46 am

      the food over here is one of the main reasons that I’m still here. 🙂

       

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