Macedonian Dinner Rolls with Feta Cheese | Homemade Dinner Rolls
Macedonian Dinner Rolls with Feta Cheese are buttery, soft dinner rolls filled with feta cheese and topped with sesame seeds. The perfect side for dinner!
Top 10 Traditional Recipes from Macedonian Cuisine - Top Inspired
Macedonian cuisine is a Mediterranean cuisine and makes wide use of vegetables and herbs, grains and bread, wine, fish, various meats, cheese, eggplant, peppers and cabbage. Here you can find the most popular amazing…
Ingredients (5-6 persons): 800 gr. ground young beef (or veal) 200 gr. ground mutton 100 gr. onion 20 gr. oil 5 cloves of garlic pepper salt oil for brushing Mix meat, kneed thoroughly and leave in a cool place to sit for several hours. Chop onion finely, heat oil, add onion and cook slowly until it is soft and beginning to color. Peel garlic and chop finely. Add onion and garlic to meat, season with salt and pepper. Work all into a meat mixture, leave for a short while in a cool place, then…
Vanilici, literally meaning mini vanilla cookies, are a Macedonian favourite. These cookies are rich, buttery and flaky that have a wonderful vanilla essence. Vanilici are typically sandwiched between a homemade fruit jam and garnished with a generous sprinkle of confectioner's sugar.
Macedonian Crepes With Garlic Recipe
When my friend Dejan said he was from Macedonia, I realized I knew nothing about the cuisine. Macedonia gained its independence from Yugoslavia in 1991, but the Balkan cuisine has heavy Turkish influences. A visit to his home for a Macedonian meal meant getting a slice of Pitulici So Luk, sort of a pie made with layered crepes soaked in garlic and olive oil. I polished off my slice in a snap.
Kadaif with Walnuts and Sugar Syrup
Kadaif or Kataifi is a curious shredded pastry, similar to a fine vermicelli noodle. Originating in the Middle East, kadaif is used to make numerous desserts and occasionally savory dishes too. Often made with similar ingredients to baklava, that is, nuts, sesame seeds, filo pastry and sugar syrup, this ‘like baklava but not-baklava’, as a friend likes to call it, is delicious and relatively easy to make. My mums recipe for kadaif is vegan and requires little fat. Once baked, the sweets need…