Croatian Christmas food is simple, hearty and delicious. In fact, it’s no different from the food we eat throughout the year.All the

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Croatian Christmas food: 10 yummy dishes you need for a home feast

Turkish coffee is still the most common brew served at home in Croatia. If you are going out for coffee, expect an

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Turkish coffee recipe: the brew that we love making in every Croatian home

According to many, peka is a Croatian national dish. This is one of the oldest roasting techniques that connects us with prehistory.But,

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Croatian peka recipe: how to make the most delicious veal or lamb roast

Before we dive into the tomato soup recipe Croatian style, let’s set some expectations.Do you put cream into your tomato soup? Because,

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How to make simple tomato soup with fresh tomatoes Croatian style

Potato salad in Croatia is one of the most popular side dishes. We serve it with fried or grilled fish. We bring

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Croatian potato salad recipe: 5 tricks to super charge your favourite bowl

When it comes to watered wine there are two factions in the world. One thinks it’s a sacrilege (think the French). The

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Bevanda and Gemist: 7 ways to make watered wine in Croatia

Sarma in the summer is a big no. OK, I know this will upset many because you’ve enjoyed sarma no matter which

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5 reasons why you should never eat sarma in the summer

Fried dough is the ultimate comfort food. Crunchy from fat, fluffy from yeast... so soft and fragrant. But before you lull yourself

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How to make ‘torn underpants’: Croatian Fat Tuesday fried dough

Mulled wine is a traditional drink which spices up Christmas all over Europe. But in Croatia, we enjoy it for much longer.

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How to make Croatian red and white mulled wine to warm up the holidays

Bajadera is a symbol chocolate of Croatia and Zagreb. It is a sumptuous nougat praline wrapped in the most elegant golden pin

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How to make famous Croatian Bajadera chocolate at home