What do they eat in Serbia?
NAMES OF SOME POPULAR SERBIA FOOD ITEMS:
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- Pasulj Prebranac
- Yugoslav Carrot Cake
- Serbian Carp
- Balkan Spagettii
- Balkan stuffed Green Peppers
- Serbian filled peppers
- Szerb Bableves
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A republic of southeast Europe on the northern Balkan peninsula. Serbs settled the region in the 6th century and formed an independent kingdom in the 10th century. Dominate…d by the Ottoman Empire after 1459, Serbia did not regain its independence until 1804.
Serbia was formed as a medieval duchy of the Byzantine Empire in early 700s by the descendants of the Unknown Archont, who led the Serbs to the Balkans from East Central Europ…e several decades before. The first established dynasty of the early Serbian principality was the Viseslavic dynasty (9th-10th centuries) which claimed descent from the early leaders of the Serbs.
With the breakfast itself either a tea, milk, milk coffee, or cocoa milk is served, pastries or bread are served with butter, jam, yogurt, sour cream and cheese, accompanied b…y bacon, sausages, salami, scrambled eggs and kajmak
Serbia got its name after Serbs, the nation that founded it. It is not known how Serbs got their name. It is also mentioned in history that Ships from Roman Empire have d…roped their slaves at today's Montenegrin sea coast and they moved up to the land known as Serbia (Srbija) today. They called their slaves "Serv" (as servant for individual) and the region picked up a name as "Servia" wich eventualy became as Serb and Serbia and in slavic languages that would become Srbi as for people and land as Srbija. Prior to that, land was known as being empty and belonging to nobody.
Serbia is a country not a person. It was previously part of Yugoslavia. I'm from Serbia, so ask me whatever you want about it, I will answer you.
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The capital is Belgrade. Cities such as Novi Sad, Zemun, Nis, Cacak, Svilajnac, Vranje, Jagodina and Kragujevac are some popular cities in Serbia as well.
Officially, Serbia has flag - 3 colours: red, blue and white... coat of arms - it`s two-headed eagle with shield (with 4 S letters on cilyrics) and with crown from Middleaged …Serbian Dinasty - House of Nemanjici... There is also "national" symbols such are 3 fingers, Serbian cap "Shajkacha"... Famous Serbian alcohol drink "Slyvowitz"...
they eat almost everything
Food preparation is a strong part of the Serbian family tradition. Serbian food is strong, based on meat mostly and the produces of milk - cheese, kaymak and other varieties o…f sour cream. Traditional food includes soups, stews, smoked meats, minced meat ( cevapcici and meatballs), stuffed vegetables (such as peppers) and kebabs. A dish of mixed grilled meat is a speciality. Fish is used in chowders and is grilled and fried. Bread and side salads are eaten with starters and main courses. Salads are made from a variety of fresh and pickled vegetables such as beans, cucumbers, onions, peppers tomatoes and sauerkraut.Fruit and nuts are used in desserts, for example, strudels, pancakes and pastries. Alcoholic drinks are wine, beer (very good too!) and brandy; plum brandy ( Å¡ljivovica ) and grape brandy (Lozova rakija) are popular. Coffee is usually Turkish or espresso.
they will have burgers
Hello here a some Serbian pies: . sa sirom (cheese pie) . sa jabukama (rolled apple pie) . s viÅ¡njama (sour cherries pie) . sa spanaÄom (spinach pie) . s gljivam…a (mushrooms pie) . krompiruÅ¡a (potato pie) . od praziluka (leek pie) . Uvijena pita zeljanica (sorrel pie) . Bundevara (pumpkin pie) RoÅ¡tilj (Barbecue) Barbecue is very popular in Serbia, and makes the primary offer of main courses in most restaurants. It is often eaten as fast food. Here are some Serbian barbecue dishes: . Pljeskavica (hamburger) National Dish . ÄevapÄiÄi (ground meat sticks) National Dish . VeÅ¡alica (grilled strips of pork loin meat) . Various sausages . Mixed grill ( meÅ¡ano meso ) . Skewered kabobs ( raÅ¾njiÄi ) . LeskovaÄki roÅ¡tilj (Leskovac barbecue) . Gyros, various meats with tzatziki and Pita bread.
Sea food, such as fish, crabs and eels, are some of the most common
Go to the airport, buy a ticket and come. As simple as that.
In 2006. when Montenegro declared independence.