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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.

Polish Zupa Pomidorowa Recipe

Zupa Pomidorowa is a traditional Polish tomato soup made by simmering tomatoes, onions, carrots, and celery, with broth and seasonings. It is usually made with pasta or egg noodles, although sometimes rice can be used instead. The dish is enjoyed throughout the year in Poland, but is especially popular during colder months as a comfort …

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Portuguese Bolinhos de Bacalhau Recipe

Bolinhos de Bacalhau are Portuguese fritters made from dehydrated salted cod fish. The other ingredients besides fish are potatoes, eggs, onions, fresh parsley and seasonings like salt, garlic and pepper. The ingredients are mixed together, then small portions of the firm mixture are shaped and fried. They are served as a snack, sometimes with a …

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Dutch Pepernoten Recipe

Pepernoten is a small, round cookie that originates from the Netherlands, made from a blend of warm spices, including cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg. Traditionally the snack is enjoyed during the Sinterklass celebration (a Dutch holiday celebrated on December 5th) and are popular during the Christmas period throughout the country.  Origin & Cultural Significance Sinterklaas is …

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Swedish Raggmunk (Potato Pancakes) Recipe

Raggmunk is a traditional Swedish pancake consisting of grated raw potatoes, flour, eggs, milk, butter or oil and salt. The ingredients are mixed into a thin batter which is spooned onto a hot pan and cooked until golden on both sides. It is served hot, often accompanied by bacon and jam. Raggmunk variations don’t vary …

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Eastern European Kifli (Kilfa) Recipe

Kifli or Kifla is a sweet pastry snack that originates from Eastern Europe and is popular throughout Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Albania and Macedonia. It is also eaten in Austria where it is known as kipferl, Denmark and Sweden where it is known as giffel and in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, …

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Belgian Speculoos Recipe

Speculoos are spiced biscuits from Belgium, that are flat and often shaped into traditional images such as ships, farmhouses, or elephants. They originate from the County of Flanders (a territory that is in France, Belgium, and the Netherlands). Traditionally speculoos are enjoyed at weddings, fairs, and the feast of St. Nicolas – however nowadays they …

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Dutch Kruidnoten Recipe

Kruidnoten are traditional Dutch spiced cookies. Its ingredients consist of flour, butter, sugar, spices, milk and baking soda or baking powder. The wet and dry ingredients are mixed separately then combined to form a dough. The dough is divided, shaped and baked until golden. Variations of kruidnoten include chocolate or yogurt covered, glazed and almond …

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Spanish Chocolate Caliente Recipe

Chocolate Caliente is a hot chocolate drink from Spain made using milk, sugar, cornstarch and high quality dark chocolate. The cornstarch and sugar are mixed into the milk until they dissolve. Once both have dissolved, the milk is heated up, the chocolate is added and stirred until it is completely melted. Its usually served as …

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