Czech Republic

FRIED CHEESE with HOMEMADE TARTAR SAUCE

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This meal loves the rich, the poor, kids, and adults, but also foreigners, which order this often in the Czech Republic. Fried cheese is the pride of Czech cuisine, but it is not exactly a Czech meal. In the Middle Ages, fried cheese existed in America, Austria, or Greece. But anywhere, they eat this meal […]

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BEEF TRIPE SOUP

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Beef tripe soup is cooked not only in the Czech Republic, but also in Germany, Italy, Portugal, and many other countries. Each country has its own version; some include rice, cream, and egg in their soups. The history of beef tripe soup goes back to the 17th century. It was cooked in Germany and Italy […]

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CZECH BREAD DUMPLINGS

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Czech bread dumplings are one of the typical side dishes in Czech national cuisine. They can be served with almost anything, especially with sauces and meats. Bread dumplings go well with such specialties as sirloin in cream sauce, tomato gravy, dill gravy, horseradish gravy, and goulash. The first mention of bread dumpling is from the […]

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CZECH SWEET SAUERKRAUT

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Czech sweet sauerkraut is a staple in all Czech kitchens, whether in people’s homes or in restaurants. It is most popularly in the famous Czech meal “vepřo knedlo zelo,” but it is also served beside other Czech meals. Sauerkraut has health benefits, such as being an excellent source of vitamin C. Fermented cabbage was stored […]

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PORK CRACKLING POTATO DUMPLINGS

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For a long time in the past, potatoes used to be one of the most readily available and very cheap staple foods in the market. Therefore, people used them a lot and cooked meals which many of us have forgotten or do not even know about. And this is also why there are many variants […]

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DEER MEDALLIONS with APPLES, PEARS and WALNUTS

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Venison is a quite popular food in the Czech Republic due to the fact that it is seasonal and sometimes difficult to get in the off-season. The season starts in late autumn, when sportsmen hunt wildlife in the forests and on the fields. Some of the hunters even use hunting dogs, which helps them chase […]

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CZECH VANILLA CRESCENTS

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It wouldn’t be a real Czech Christmas without the many varieties of Christmas cookies. Every family has different kinds of cookies the vanilla crescents are almost everywhere. These easy-to-make Christmas cookies are one of the most popular ones among Czechs, and also one of the best. These cookies are crunchy, but also soft, and they […]

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