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Bosnia and Herzegovina has a rich culinary tradition influenced by various cultures and cuisines, including Turkish, Austrian, and Hungarian and offers a delicious variety of dishes, such as ćevapi and pita, along with Bosnian coffee and locally produced wines and beers.

Ćevabdžinica Hari Travnik

Ćevabdžinica Hari in Travnik is a hidden gem for Ćevapi enthusiasts. Located in the heart of Travnik, this cozy Ćevabdžinica offers mouthwatering and juicy ćevapi, grilled to perfection. The combination of flavors, spices, and the traditional Bosnian flatbread, somun, creates a delightful culinary experience. The friendly and welcoming staff at Ćevabdžinica Hari adds to the …

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Baklava holds a special place in the culinary heritage of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Traditional Bosnian Baklava In Bosnia and Herzegovina, baklava is a beloved dessert that is often enjoyed during special occasions, family gatherings, and holidays such as Eid. Traditional Bosnian baklava is made with layers of delicate filo pastry, finely ground walnuts, sugar, and …

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Klepe are a traditional Bosnian dish similar to dumplings or ravioli, filled with minced meat (usually beef or lamb) and served in a hot soup broth. They are typically made with flour, water, and salt and served with a sprinkle of paprika or a dollop of sour cream. Klepe can be found in many restaurants …

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Vlašić cheese

Vlašić cheese is a type of hard, aged cheese that originates from the Vlašić mountain in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is made from sheep’s milk and has a distinct yellow color and strong flavor. The cheese is typically aged for at least six months and is often grated over dishes or served as a table …

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Rakija is a type of brandy that is popular in the Balkans, including Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is made by distilling fermented fruit, such as plums, apples, or grapes, and is often homemade. Rakija is considered to be a traditional alcoholic beverage in the region and is often served at celebrations and social gatherings. Its …

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Etno Selo

Etno selo, or ethno village, is a tourist concept that showcases traditional Bosnian architecture, customs, and way of life. It is a village or a settlement that preserves the traditional lifestyle and culture of the region, and offers tourists an opportunity to experience and learn about the local customs, crafts, and cuisine. In Bosnia and …

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Bosnian coffee

Bosnian coffee is a traditional hot beverage in Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is a type of coffee prepared by boiling finely ground coffee beans on a stove top or in a special pot called a džezva, which is a long-handled copper or brass pot with a small pouring spout. The coffee is typically served in …

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…Fast food, Bosnian style… Ćevapi is a popular grilled dish made of minced meat, usually beef or a mixture of beef and lamb, shaped into sausage-like portions. The meat is seasoned with various spices, such as paprika, garlic, and onion, and then grilled until crispy on the outside and juicy on the inside. It is …

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Pita is a savory pastry that is popular in Bosnia and Herzegovina and throughout the Balkans. It is made with phyllo dough that is filled with a variety of ingredients such as spinach and cheese (zeljanica), potato (krompiruša), ground beef (burek), or cottage cheese (sirnica). The phyllo dough is typically rolled out very thin and …

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