Slovenian Traditional Food Recipes
Slovenia is proud of its wide range of traditional dishes, varied by different culinary regions. Due to the country’s small dimension, most of its traditional dishes were influenced by neighbouring countries, but nevertheless some dishes developed their own identity and a distinct taste. Some of those specialties, still popular today, are protected on European level…
All about Cooking Class in Ljubljana
If there’s a new foodie inspired trip pending on your wish list, then why not check it in Ljubljana? If you would like to discover the perfect way to get to know the local culinary you should experience Slovenian home cooking with Cooking class Ljubljana. It’s a great and fun activity where you participate with..
How to make Potizza (Traditional Slovenian Dessert)
Introduction: Potica or potizza is a Slovenian traditional walnut cake with the longest history. We are happy to share a potizza recipe to make in you own home and enjoy every single bite of it. Since we are talking about a dish with a long standing tradition and has been prepared by the whole family,..
5 Vegan Slovenian traditional Dishes
Eating vegan is becoming more popular by the day. You wouldn’t be the first to think this is a fairly new trend. Think again. Vegan dishes were actually the norm back in the day when people would prepare simple and healthy food.
Best 7 Slovenian chefs
What do you expect, when seeking out new culinary delights? The same as the rest of us foodies – only the best! And that’s exactly what Slovenia has to offer.
List of traditional Slovenian dishes
Did you know, that an average Slovene eats 121 kilos of cereals, 93 kilos of meat and 36 kilos of sugar a year? We certainly don’t like to go hungry, that’s for sure.
4 Most common ingredients in Slovenian cuisine
Traditional Slovenian dishes are mostly based on local ingredients that were accessible at the time. Whatever could be grown or raised would be used in local culinary.
7 traditional Slovenian dishes that will never go out of style
Beef soup, roast beef and potatoes. What’s that, you ask? It’s the holy grail of traditional Slovenian cuisine.