Learn to how cook DELICIOUS Balkan recipes!Sarma, musaka and original kajmak recipes inside!Within these pages, you will learn 35 authentic recipes from a Balkan cook. These are not ordinary recipes you’d find on the Internet, but recipes that were closely guarded by Balkan mothers and passed down from generation to generation.Main dishes, Appetizers and Desserts included!If you want to learn how to make homemade musaka, sarma (stuffed cabbage rolls), Croatian green peas stew and 32 other authentic Balkan recipes, then start with our book! Also, I reveal the best homemade versions of kajmak west of Serbia! Kajmak is a delicious butter cheese cream spread that is a staple at Balkan tables.Look inside!Within this book, you’ll learn 20 different Balkan main dishes includings my fantastic Sarmic od zelja (green rolls), Bosanski Ionac (Bosnian pot stew), prebranac (Serbian baked beans) in addition to other Balkan favorites. 9 different types of appetizers and 5 different desserts including authentic Baklava and gibanica (our Queen of Pies)!Main DishesAppetizers and BreakfastDessertsBonus – How to make “modern” homemade kajmak!35 authentic and delicious recipes you can cook right now!I’ve gathered my best Balkan recipes to transform you into a Balkan chef! As I wrote each recipe, I smiled remembering all the nice moments eating these dishes over the years.To get started, click the BUY button now!
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I was born in the Balkans, and I lived in the former Yugoslavia. We never talked about food that much since we were happy and good food was a normal part of our lives. After the fall of communism and dissolution of Yugoslavia, Balkan become (yet again?) a place with negative associations for people around the globe. Some of them barely know where Croatia, Serbia, Macedonia, Kosovo, Bulgaria, or Turkey are, but they know that there is something wrong with that part of the world.Unfortunately, when I ask my friends from around the globe about positive things in the region, they always mention only two things. Very good food and nice people. “I love your sarma,” or, “Your mom is preparing amazing musaka,” is something I have heard so many times. I tried to present only recipes that our mothers have made for decades, without adding “modern food.”I will continue sharing Balkan traditional recipes so please visit www.balkanfood.org and subscribe for free newsletters.