Eingemachtes (ajngemahtes) translated from the Agramer or Zagreb dialect represents a simple and tasty chicken minestrone with root vegetables and liver dumplings.
Plain or stuffed breaded meat is always welcome at our table. Aromatic coating of horseradish in a “breaded jacket” certainly provides a surprise in taste. Combined with roasted potatoes and green salad, it is certainly a rounded complete meal.
It is prepared along the Adriatic coast and on the respective islands. Dried figs are stuck together by herb rakia (Travarica) and white wine, and aromatised with cinnamon.
If you come to Varaždin you must taste the klipiči (Pastry Rolls). Although the recipe is no secret this authentic dish of northern Croatia represent a protected intellectual property since 2005.
Favorite dish of my childhood. When my mom would surprise me preparing that dish, it was a public festival for me. 🙂 Easy preparation and fullness of flavor place this dish in the “must have” category.
On this plate you find only the best of Dalmatia. Prossciuto, semi-hard cheese, salted pilchards, olives, small onions, home baked bread. Next to domestic red wine, get down to a real Dalmatian brunch.
This delicious cake as they make it in Split contains only the finest ingredients that the climate can offer. White shortcake with added nut fruits and dried fruits is interchanged with delicate egg and butter cream which is carefully prepared on steam. Decorated with melted chocolate and chocolate scrapes will go exceptionally well with a Dalmatian dessert vine – prošek.
Rustic cake made of corn flour, with uneven surface hides its delicious content. It is rich in true Dalmatian ingredients: almonds, raisins, dried figs and prošek (Dalmatian sweet dessert wine). A slice of this cake is an energy bar – the old fashion way.
Fresh cottage cheese and sour cream with added spring onions cut into tiny pieces is a real treat next to “kulen” or “kulenova seka” sausage. And if you add some ham, salad from vegetables in brine, and plum brandy “šljivovica”, you get a real feast from Slavonia.
Just as Italy is known for pizza, Croatian islands such as Vis, Komiža, Hvar, Cres, Pag are known for their unleavened round flat bread – pogača. They are mostly made from simple and available ingredients, such as onion, salted pilchards and parsley, and tomato sauce was added to the Komiža version.