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Bulgarian cuisine.

Bulgarian cuisine is characterized by a strong flavor of spices carefully prepared main courses and desserts with the addition of a variety of fresh vegetables and fruit. Among the traditional Bulgarian dishes are the specialty cakes, moussaka with ground meat and potatoes - Banska Kapama, katmi tracks, salad of cabbage or vine leaves, meat, feta cheese and homemade yogurt.

Bulgarian cuisine.

Bulgarian cuisine is a typical Balkan cuisine, which is influenced by both Greek: popular salad with tomatoes, onions, bell pepper and sheep cheese, and was introduced by Turkish example where the fashion for kebabs and kebaczety. In Bulgaria, a relatively large eat meat, fruit and vegetables. Popular meat dishes like stew with the addition of large amounts of onions or vegetables. Definitely worth a try szkembe Chorba, traditional tripe with garlic sauce - yogurt, salads Szopski with a special kind of cheese or tarator dishes, soups ogórkowo - prepared according to garlic yoghurt. In the coastal regions of the country eaten, of course, a lot of fish (especially sturgeon and mackerel). In the rare Bulgarian cuisine dishes of flour, - but they eat a lot of bread, which is given to almost all dishes.

Bulgarian wines.

You also can not forget the excellent Bulgarian wines. Apart from France, Spain, Italy and Greece, Bulgaria is one of the largest wine producers in the world. Experienced connoisseurs appreciate the Bulgarian red wine from vine varieties: Gamze, Pamid, Mavrud, Cabernet, Merlot and Muscat white. The traditional Bulgarian aperitif is Brandy - from fresh grapes or plums.

 

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