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    I saw the procedure on TV show 24kitchen. There were no specifications on amounts so I just assumed. It turned out well… Surprisingly well… Perfect!

    Recipe #496095

    This is very good autumn recipe; really surprising in taste. You may replace honey with sugar, because I have heard from a friend of mine that honey is not recommended to be heated (something with intestines). Anyway, I am submitting the original recipe.

    Recipe #488989

    I made this for dinner today and it was great! It is important to use fresh ingredients. It has to be veal not beef and it has to be fresh rosemary leaves, the taste is surprising – lemon, rosemary, garlic joined together. OK, for diet version you may use turkey steaks. For side dish I just cooked potato in salted water and sprinkle with olive oil. I think it can also go well with rice or mashed potato. The nice thing with this meal is that it is quick; so my advice is to prepare everything in advance.

    Recipe #486532

    This is a recipe from the cooking book for 2nd year of cooking school in Zagreb. I made this recipe few days ago and it was quite nice.

    Recipe #486518

    After I browsed through the recipes on this portal I decided to submit mine. Here are good egg sandwiches with not too many ingredients (mayonnaise, cheese, bacon, etc.) covering the egg flavor. I like simple food and this is simple; well, it is the result of being hungry and having an empty refrigerator. In Croatia we don’t have bagels; we have kind of morning rolls like hamburger rolls with a cross on the top. You can use even one day old rolls. So this is how it goes:

    Recipe #486517

    Now, after kohlrabi and broccoli, this soup is just an expected development. It was great.

    Recipe #478844

    On wings of great success with Kohlrabi soup I decided to try some other vegetables. Next was broccoli.

    Recipe #478842

    This soup was an experiment, it turned out excellent. My intention was to use kohlrabi differently (in Croatia we use it only for two meals: stew and another stew), so I tried to make a soup. This is how it goes:

    Recipe #478812

    I have found the similar recipe but without pistachio and as a plain banana salad in some magazine, so I have moderate it according to my taste. It was nice, makes ordinary ice-cream magnificent.

    Recipe #478810

    Very simple and refreshing cookies. Goes well with milk and lemon jam.

    Recipe #473963

    In Croatia we usually buy our meat in butcher shops. Sometimes, when you purchase a nice large piece of meat there are some parts you don’t know what to do with them, usually the ends. This is what you are going to do with them. You can cut them into small schnitzels or stripes or cubes. This is what I have done:

    Recipe #473960

    This is the third of my grandmother’s famous pies (sour cherry, cheese). The recipe for dough is the same as for previous two. Filling is actually the same as for strudel, so if you have dough for strudel, use it.

    Recipe #468041

    This is one of my grandmother’s favorite pies. I used to eat it a lot during my childhood. It stays fresh 3-4 days. Soaking raisins in rum is optional, you don’t have to, but it is much better if you do. I didn’t count refrigerator time into preparation time.

    Recipe #468007

    The dough recipe is my grandmothers I managed to decipher from her manuscript. It is very nice pie, but make sure you remove all stones from cherries. Sour cream gives tenderness to dough. I didn't count refrigerator time in preparation time.

    Recipe #468006

    1 Reviews |  By nitko

    This is very old recipe, mostly forgotten. Today, everyone makes potato dumplings or gnocchi, but believe me, this one are much better. Even more, you can eat them as a side dish to meat and sauces, also you can eat as a full lunch and even as a dessert – you just have to put sugar and cinnamon over. You can add whatever you want, poppy seeds, and raisins, chocolate or vanilla sauce. Perfect dessert. It is also very simple with just few ingredients. Note: for vegetarians, skip lard you can use oil as well.

    Recipe #466295

    This is old recipe I have found in a cookbook “Zagreb Cookbook” by Marija Kumicic. I have changed a bit, omitted sauce velute, adding honey instead of sugar. Honey is old Croatian sweetener, so I thought it is OK if I change it. I made it today with roasted piglet, and it was magnificent. This is how it goes:

    Recipe #465776

    The recipe is from a cookbook about Mediterranean food. Versions of this recipe could be found in Spain, Italy and France, and of course in Dalmatia. I made it several times already and every time was perfect, so I decided to share it with you.

    Recipe #463554

    I have found this recipe in some magazine. The source of this recipe is Miss Tamara Novakovic, blogger from Croatia. I have changed the recipe with adding dry fried roughly grounded pistachio. Of course breadcrumbs are just fine if you don’t have pistachio. Taste of this dessert is amazing, I gave it the nick name “the mother of all desserts”. This is how it goes:

    Recipe #463553

    Pasticada is one of the greatest Dalmatian meat meals. Unfortunately, to prepare it you have to plan it a week in advance, find nice piece of beef (rib eye) up to 2kg, marinate it, and cook it 2 to 3 hours. And there are always guests invited, so they eat it more than you wanted them to eat. Since I like the taste of pasticada, and don’t have all that time, I decided to make it quick with not much ado about it. So this is how it goes:

    Recipe #460163

    I found this recipe in Larousse Gastromomique book and decided to make it this Sunday. It is classical France fricassee recipe, very tender in taste, but has its character. Everyone was very satisfied, so I decided to share it with you.

    Recipe #448748

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