Shop salad (Shop salad), casseroles, kavarma, kiopolu, chutney, moussaka, kebabs, meatballs, baklava and Kadaif. Sour milk (kiselo mlyka) and white cheese (syrene, Shopsky cheese) are the most typical of Bulgarian cuisine. These traditional national dishes and products have made Bulgaria famous all over the world and which, in various forms and forms, are always present on the table of Bulgarians. Here he is -
Shop salad (Shop salad), casseroles, kavarma, kiopolu, chutney, moussaka, kebabs, meatballs, baklava and Kadaif. Sour milk (kiselo mlyka) and white cheese (syrene, Shopsky cheese) are the most typical of Bulgarian cuisine .
These traditional national dishes and products have made Bulgaria famous all over the world and which, in various forms and forms, are always present on the table of Bulgarians.
Here it is - the top traditional Bulgarian dishes that every local resident knows.
Shkembe chorba - minced meat soup. It is prepared from well-cooked beef or pork, chopped especially for the soup. The dish is seasoned with thyme, garlic, vinegar, cayenne pepper or chili pepper.
Bob chorba - bean soup - this soup, traditional for Bulgarian cuisine , is prepared from boiled beans (often white beans) and vegetables: carrots, tomatoes. pepper, onion and spices, which can be used with or without sauce. Often sausage or bacon is added to bean (bean) soup. Lenten bean soup is prepared as a ritual dish on Christmas Eve.
In addition to these options, there are many varieties of chorba soup in Bulgarian cuisine .
Tarator is a cold soup (something like okroshka), and is one of the most popular quick dishes , which is usually prepared for yourself, at home.
The ingredients for preparing cold Bulgarian soup are: sour milk (kiselo mlyka), water, finely chopped or grated cucumber, vegetable oil, salt, dill, crushed or crushed garlic. Walnuts can also be added to the tarator if desired.
The dish is prepared from aromatic, fresh or dried peppers. Peppers are stuffed in different ways: both with meat and vegetarian - only rice with spices.
In the meat version of this dish , a mixture of beef and pork, or one of the two, is usually used.
One of the most famous versions of "chushka burek" is peppers stuffed with cheese and fried in breading.
This fresh, juicy, summer salad is a dish of Bulgarian cuisine , but it is popular not only in this country, but also in Serbia, Montenegro, Albania and the Czech Republic. Its name comes from the name of the western ethnic group of Bulgarians - "shops". The white cheese, green cucumbers and red tomatoes in the composition of the dish symbolize the colors of Bulgaria .
Banitsa is a traditional cake of Bulgarian cuisine made of puff pastry, sometimes even lean. The layers of banitsa are arranged in a spiral or arranged in layers.
A variety of products are added to the puff pastry prepared for the pie, the most common being a recipe with cheese and eggs.
In different parts of Bulgaria , you can try banitsa with various fillings: for example, with pumpkin and sugar, with potatoes (patatnik), with cabbage and onions, spinach (green banitsa), rice with meat, and others. When milk is added to the pie dough, the banitsa is put on the table as a dessert.
Very often Bulgarian pie is included in the breakfast menu.
The very name of the dish - güvech - combines various dishes of Bulgarian cuisine , prepared in a clay pot with a lid for baking in the oven.
In fact, the word "pot" is the name of a dish, and when it is small, it is called a pot or a pot.
Dishes in a casserole are prepared according to different recipes, but most resemble stew, and can contain either meat (pork, beef, lamb or rabbit) or lean filling (vegetables).
The dish is very similar to our cabbage rolls. In summer, it is the main Bulgarian dish . Grape leaves are mainly used for sarma. The filling is made from stewed meat with fried onions, fried rice, and everything is seasoned with salt and pepper. For the filling, you can also use carrots, mushrooms, cheese, and anything else that comes to mind.
They prepare both leaves with meat filling inside, and a vegetarian version of sarmi.
In autumn and winter, the dish is often made from fresh cabbage leaves.
Shashlyk or barbecue has an honorable place in Bulgarian cuisine . One of the special dishes of Bulgarian barbecue is a whole lamb fried on a spit. This dish is typical for the Rhodope Mountains, but it is also prepared in other parts of Bulgaria .
Also typical for Bulgarian cuisine are kebapche (minced sausages) and kebapcheta (cutlets), which are cooked in a special grill oven. Fish is also respected here - mackerel and trout are baked whole and served immediately.