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Fašírka or a Czech Version of Scotch Eggs
Fašírka, or a Czech Version of Scotch Eggs, is usually prepared during cold winter months. Because it is a minced meat, it’s easier on the digestive system and cooks quicker than something like a roast. Another advantage is cost because ground meats mixed with bread and other ingredients used as filler saves a family money. Those...
A few weeks ago, I received a message on the Facebook page for TresBohemes which shared a recipe and some lovely photographs of a medovnik, a Czech or Bohemian honey cake. Yesterday as I was looking into the pantry I noticed that we have a lot of ingredients left over from baking Czech Christmas cookies; honey, condensed...
Czech Sauerkraut Soup, Moravian Cabbage Soup, Wallachian Sauerkraut and Sausage Soup, Zelňačka, Valašská kyselica, a soup known by many names is the subject of today’s post. First, let’s look at the region where this delicious soup comes from. Moravian Wallachia (Moravské Valašsko in Czech), is a mountainous area in the easternmost part of Moravia, located in the Czech...
Today we’ve made Czech style stuffed peppers (Plněné papriky) not using the usual green peppers but substituting little red and yellow peppers instead. The result was absolutely delicious! We’ve used many different recipes and variations of this dish and this one is by far the easiest and one of the most tastiest. I think what...
Today we made a delicious batch of Czech beer goulash, also known as Pilsner Goulash (Guláš na pivě) because it’s made of delicious Czech beer. Seriously, the main ingredient must be Pilsner beer or you will not get the correct flavor and taste experience. Luckily, they sell Pilsner at our local grocery store, but if you...
Czech Fried Cheese or Smažený sýr is both Czech and Slovak, this ubiquitous fried cheese is found from the classiest Czech restaurant to the shabbiest street cart and all sorts of places in between. That’s because it’s tasty! This is nothing like the mozzarella sticks you are used to. In the Czech Republic, it’s not an...
As the weather gets cooler, everything that is cooked in a large soup pot or baked in an oven just tastes even better. Yesterday we made tomatoes filled with cheese and egg and it was the perfect late lunch on such a day. Aside from my fingerprint on the lens, they sure do look appetizing, don’t...
Earlier today we shared A Taste of Czech Tradition, a new cookbook we’re having fun with, and today we decided to make a quick appetizer, radish and cheese spread. We chose this recipe because we had all of the ingredients on hand and it sounded so very Czech, not to mention, we had it whipped...
Today, October 16th is World Food Day, a day when people the world over are asked to join the global movement to end hunger. World Food Day is celebrated every year around the world in honor of the date of the founding of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in 1945. We’re making a...
Snikerdoodles-Tres-Bohemes
Snickerdoodle cookies are a classic American treat. They have a warm taste and make a great addition to any Christmas table. These sweet snickerdoodle pinwheels put a new spin (literally) on the traditional snickerdoodle cookie. With a sweet whirl of cinnamon at the center, these pinwheels are a fun version of the classic snickerdoodle cookie....
Cauliflower-Patties-and-Cucumber-Salad
Today I made some Květákové Placičky a Okurkový Salát otherwise known as Cauliflower Patties with Cucumber Salad. Some Czechs eat this as a meal served with simple boiled potatoes, others serve it with mashed potatoes. We like it as an afternoon snack or an appetizer. It’s delicious either way. Ingredients 1 cauliflower 3 eggs, separated 2/3 cup flour...