15 courses in Europe, which is worth a try
Travel in Europe is loved by many. Someone even before the trip is a list of goals, memorial sites, and so on. But let's digress from the sights and think about food - it, too, is worthy of the list! Whether you were in the Alps or on the Mediterranean coast, there is always delicious with a history that is worth a try. It's also a kind of attraction in terms of gastroturista.
Invented in the early XIX century the humble baker in Gouda, this sweet "Syrup waffles" are more like cookies, as they are perfect for dipping in a hot drink. Today, they are sold in supermarkets throughout the Netherlands.
Multi-layer cakes of filo dough popular throughout the territory of the Balkan Peninsula. In Albania you can try a variety of options such pies, such as pumpkin, salty cheese, minced meat, onions and tomatoes, and even nettles.
Wiener Schnitzel, Austria
This dish is considered one of the symbols of Austria. Classic Viennese schnitzel is a very thin piece of broken veal breaded, fried until golden brown in a large amount of fat or butter. As a garnish thereto usually fed potatoes or rice, and decorate lemon and parsley.
shtrukli Zagorska, Croatia
In every region of the country has its own version of this dish, but its essence is the same: it is baked with curd cheese and eggs, which is sprinkled with butter, cream or sauce. This is a very delicate dough, which should be eaten with a fork.
Potato pancakes are popular in the whole of Eastern Europe. But they are especially loved by the Belarusians, who, since the 1830s, have used this appetizing zazharistoe dish with sour cream and blueberries for breakfast or baked potato pancakes in the pot.
Chevapi, Bosnia and Herzegovina
These small sausages grilled on the fire. So it happened since the days of the Ottoman occupation, when local farmers in the mountains began to prepare these mini sausages without skin on sticks over open fires. Today in Bosnia chevapi become a popular street food. They are served in pita bread, watering cream clotted cream.
Shkembe chorba, Bulgaria
The Bulgarian word "shkembe" is translated into Russian as "stomach", "scar". In fact, this soup with giblets, which today is particularly popular in Sofia. It warms the cold winter days, it helps to cure a hangover and simply collects the table dear and close friends.
Everyone is familiar with tapas, but it's worth a try, paella, a traditional dish of rice, vegetables, seafood and meat, topped with saffron. Its offer virtually all the restaurants.
Trdelniki, Czech Republic
You will find these cylindrical rolls in street shops and stores in all cities of the Czech Republic. The pastry is cooked in a metal tube, then sprinkled with cinnamon, sugar and walnuts.
Smerrebrol - a Danish sandwich. And you need a lot of time to try all the possible varieties of Dutch snacks. One version of it, cryptically called "night snack veterinarian", has a layer of corned beef, filler and red onion.
This Finnish dish is lean pieces venison, steamed and seasoned with salt, pepper or beer. Served with pickled cucumber and lingonberry jam.
We are used to thin pancakes native Russian dish. However, in France, these pancakes from unleavened dough - crepes - no less popular. For the filling can be used as a variety of jams and marmalades, as well as more nutritious ingredients - eggs, meat, fish and seafood.
On Greek streets almost every corner selling classic small souvlaki skewers of pork or chicken, baked on coals. Usually they eat, dipping into the sauce dzadzyki, with French fries and crispy hot cake or slices of white bread, toasted on the grill.
Once you see the Hungarian street vendor with these fried cakes with yeast aroma, you will ask for a double portion. They are eaten fresh and warm, with sour cream, grated cheese and garlic butter.
It is delicious, golden and sweet porridge made from corn, served with grilled meat, sour cream, bacon, cheese. Sometimes she even wrapped cabbage and eaten in the form of a roll.