The national dishes, which can be tried in numerous restaurants of Belgrade, will be genuinely liked by both fans of exotic dishes and fans of simple food. Culinary connoisseurs often note that the local cuisine is an unforgettable combination of original German, Hungarian, Turkish and Slavic culinary traditions. In addition to rare delicacies worth a banquet guests can easily order really simple dishes made of meat and vegetables, real home-made cakes and delicious desserts. Vešalica is considered a popular meat dish. These are juicy chops with vegetable toppings, which are generously seasoned with spices. Many chefs prefer to cook meat on an open fire, and guests of restaurants are usually more than delighted with lamb meat cooked on spits. The choice of barbecue in Belgrade is really worth a separate article. This dish will be offered to visitors either in luxury and fashionable restaurants, or in small outdoor cafes. The dish called "djuvec" slightly resembles a traditional oriental pilaf. This is a flavorful stew with vegetables and rice.
Salads and vegetable stew are known as the most popular garnishes for meat dishes. Visitors will also be offered to try special bread made from cornmeal, which is called "proja". Restaurants of Belgrade will be definitely liked by cheese lovers as sliced cheese remains one of the most popular dishes. A person with any taste can easily find a proper sort of cheese that will perfectly fit their taste. "Cacavali", "Zlatibor", "kacamak", and "Lipsky" – these are the most famous sorts of the local cheese. Bread also occupies an important role in the local cuisine. It is always present on the table. The local traditional bread “pogacha” is prepared in accordance with a special ancient recipe, which makes the bread really airy and fragrant. Bread is often used as an ingredient in the preparation of some national dishes such as "popara" - a dish cooked from mouth-watering cheese, milk and freshly baked bread.
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