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Eastern European Cuisine


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Eastern European cuisine confines many different cultures, languages, ethnicities, and histories of Eastern Europe. The cuisine of the region is mainly influenced by its climate and still varies, depending on the country. For example, countries of the Sarmatic Plain(Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian cuisine) show many resemblances. Eastern Europe is delighted of its traditional foods. Eastern European cuisine is hearty and rich, and each Eastern European country has national dishes for tourists to enjoy. The traditional foods are one of the best parts of traveling to Eastern Europe!

Štrukli (cheese biscuits) - from Croatia

Štrukli is a very popular dish in the regions Hrvatsko Zagorje (Croatian Zagorje) and Zagreb. It is a dough that consists of different types of fillings that can be cooked or baked. It is a food that is eaten filled with soft and slightly melting filling. Watch the following video.

Cooked Štrukli with cheese


Ingredients used in the video

For the dough: 500g flour, one egg, 50ml oil, two fingers salt, 200ml lukewarm water. For the topping: 750g fresh cheese, 180g sour cream, three eggs, two fingers salt. For dressing: 150g Buter, 100g breadcrumbs and sugar as needed. For seasoning: 100g sugar, one teaspoon cinnamon powder.


Peka (Baked Meat and Vegetables) – Croatia

Peka, which is found within the Dalmatia region, is home to everybody's favorite Croatian cities: Split and Dubrovnik! However, before you lark the streets of the recent town and live in your Game of Thrones fantasies, spare a while relishing this delicious very little dish. If you're thinking that your home-cooked food was smart, wait ‘til the baked mixture of spices, meat, vegetables, and vegetable oil strikes your senses. You won't understand what hit you! Apfelstrudel (Apple strudel) – Austria Ah, the old, classic apple pastry. I'm certain we've all tried the various variations of it scattered around the city, however, let Pine Tree State tell you this: nothing – and that I repeat, nothing – will beat however the Austrians pair. Paper-thin crusts, breakable breadcrumbs, tart apples, all eaten up beside thick cream at the side…Buckeye State(Ohio) I'm sorry, did I cause you to drool? For instance. Here's a tissue!


Palačinky (Pancakes)

Think about French crepes, however lighter and sweeter.  A very popular pastry throughout Eastern Europe, even if it comes from Austria.  That's right, you've got yourselves a palačinky! They appear as dainty as royalty, however one bite and you'll verify that they're jam-choked with flavors. This tiny beauty will be eaten up with a bunch of different goodies, chiefly fruits, sauces and ice-cream, thus simply decide no matter suits your fancy! What some way to create a complete expertise sweeter!


Wiener Schnitzel – Austria

Wiener Schnitzel is one of the best European dishes. It is the national dish of Austria. (Even though Austria isn't an eastern country, some refer to it as part of Eastern Europe. If you've never tasted it, give it a shot.) You'll be able to practically hear the crunch the instant your teeth hits the breaded crust – and after all, prepare for all those beautiful flavors to burst out from the veau underneath! Yum-yum!

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