Banitsa (Bulgarian Cheese Pie)- I made this for my Sunday School class during Missions Emphasis. Used Pillsbury crescent roll because I couldn't find the dough the recipe called for and it worked splendidly.
Serbian Goulash is traditionally cooked over an open fire in a caldron. However it can be easily adapted to prepare in your kitchen. Serbian goulash rarely has vegetables in it, which is a reflection of the countryman’s love of meat.
No matter what the name of it in Balkans is (Pita,Burek,Krompirusa,Sirnica etc.) I simply love it! With cheese or spinach the most :)
Another recipe that comes from the Balkans. The recipe for mantii comes from Bosnia, the small country that used to be a part of Yugoslavia. This recipe requires a bit more time for preparation but when you’ll try it, I guarantee it that you’ll love it!
How to make Maznik (mahz-neek). This is a traditional Macedonian handmade pastry filled with crumbled white cheese, similar to feta. Before baking, we place a coin underneath the Maznik and when done(How To Make Good)
“Plov” originated from Uzbekistan centuries ago but it has also become a staple dish in Russia. This very traditional and classic recipe is delicious and will not disappoint! The original recipe, and how I make it, is made only with beef or lamb and it is