I am sure that while traveling you try to eat local like me and you allow yourself a delicious and calloricious dessert when visiting the local restaurants and cafes. That why I would like to give you some ideas on what to order for dessert when you are in Bulgaria.
When I travel I always book accommodation with breakfast included in order not to waste time in the morning. I would recommend you to do so but not in Bulgaria. Why? Because if you book a hotel in Bulgaria with a continental breakfast included you will miss out a big and an important part of discovering the country - the Bulgarian breakfast. If you book a guesthouse in the mountains or the villages you will be offered a homemade breakfast/ and food every day, but this is only valid in the small family owned guesthouses. However, if you prefer to book a room in a luxurious hotel, don't ask for breakfast, otherwise, your experience won't be authentic and you won't have the chance to taste Bulgarian pastries. If you visit Bulgaria for the first time (and not only!!!) have a breakfast from the local bakeries (закусвални). In order to introduce you to the Bulgarian breakfast, I've chosen five different Bulgarian typical pastries full of calories and easy to find almost everywhere that you absolutely should try.
1. Say cheese
Dutch cheese is an absolute must-try when you visit the country of the tulips, especially on the city food markets. There is a massive variety of young and old cheese; cheese with spices, lavender, weed and so on and so on. And wherever you go, you will be able to try for free the cheese of your choice before proceeding on the purchase. Cheese is also one of the best souvenirs you can bring back home from your trip! Give it a try!
Bulgarian classic Potato Cutlets It's time for one Bulgarian classic - delicious and suitable for lunch or dinner like a side dish with meat and green salad - Potato cutlets with Bulgarian white cheese. If you cannot find Bulgarian cheese, just use Feta. Ingredients: 4 medium potatoes 1 egg 150gr of white Bulgarian cheese/ feta [...]
How to make khachapuri Khachapuri is a Georgian bread made of dough and filled in with cheese. It's a dish Georgians are very proud of and it's a symbol of their culinary traditions. Tne word khachapuri (хачапури) is composed of two separate words ''khacho'' - means cheese and ''puri'' - bread. If you are up [...]