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Travelling throughout Europe is one of the most awe-inspiring experiences. Rich in culture, languages and, most importantly food!

European food is some of the most delicious, unique, interesting and tasty in the world, but there are also some very weird and unusual recipes to try from Europe too. Discover a world of amazing traditional European recipes and foods!

Uncover delicacies that they eat in Europe and traditional European meals that you may (or may not) want to try next time you visit the continent. Here is a collection of travel and foodie tales from all around Europe.

Albanian Pite Me Mish (Byrek Me Mish) Recipe

Pite Me Mish, also known as Byrek Me Mish, is a traditional Albanian savory pie made with a mixture of minced meat, onions, paprika, and herbs encased in layers of filo pastry. Pite Me Mish is considered one of Albania’s staple dishes. Pite Me Mish is created by simmering the minced meat, onions, and herbs …

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Italian Pizza Capricciosa Recipe

Pizza Capricciosa is a style of Italian pizza which is an ordinary pizza dough with a margherita sauce base which is topped with mozzeralla cheese, mushrooms, ham, artichokes and black olives. It is drizzled generously with oil before baking. ‘Capricciosa’ is the Italian word for capricious, meaning random or changeable, therefore the toppings on Pizza …

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Slovakian Zemiakové Placky (Potato Pancakes) Recipe

Zemiakové placky is a Slovakian potato pancake. Raw potatoes are grated and combined with eggs, spices, salt, garlic and flour into a thick mixture. The mixture is scooped onto hot oil or lard and fried on both sides until browned. The texture of the pancakes are controlled by the water content of the potatoes. After …

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Food of Liechtenstein: 10 Must-Try Traditional Dishes

Liechtenstein, located between Switzerland and Austria, is famous for its picturesque Alpine landscapes and monarchy that dates back centuries. Throughout its history, Liechtenstein has maintained its independence and remained neutral during major conflicts, including the Napoleonic Wars and both World Wars.  Most Popular Liechtenstein Dishes The cuisine of Liechtenstein is inspired by both Swiss and …

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Balkan Čupavci Recipe

Čupavci is a traditional Balkan dessert consisting of small, soft sponge cake squares covered in chocolate and desiccated coconut. They are particularly popular in Croatia and Bosnia where they are also hold significance as a Christmas cake, however they are also eaten in Serbia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and throughout the Balkans, albeit with a slightly …

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Pączki (Polish Doughnuts) Recipe

Pączki are round, deep-fried doughnuts that are a popular sweet treat in Poland. They are made with basic ingredients such as flour, eggs, sugar and lard and come in a variety of flavors and fillings, ranging from traditional rose jam and plum jam, to contemporary favorites like custard and chocolate. In addition to sweet fillings, …

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Food of San Marino: 7 Must-Try Traditional Sammarinese Dishes

San Marino, also commonly called the Most Serene Republic of San Marino, is a European microstate in southern Europe, neighbored by Italy. It is situated on the north-eastern slope of the Apennine Mountains and is the fifth-smallest country in the world. The country’s scenery is dominated by Mount Titano, which is part of the Appennine …

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Pljeskavica (Serbian Burger) Recipe

Pljeskavica is a Serbian dish that is a type of grilled meat patty, typically made from a mixture of ground beef, lamb, and pork. This is a staple food at Serbian barbecues and gatherings, as well as festivals, and street food markets. Pljeskavica is often served with traditional accompaniments such as lepinja (a round bread), …

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Kozunak/Cozonac (Easter Bread) Recipe

Kozuna, also known as Cozonac or Easter Bread, is a traditional sweet bread popular in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Albania and Moldova. Its ingredients include flour, eggs, milk, sugar, yeast, citrus, rum, raisins and butter or oil. All of the ingredients except the raisins are mixed into a dough. The dough is left to rise several …

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