Croatian Easter Bread Recipe (Sirnica or Pinca) Pinca is traditional Croatian Easter bread – but can be eaten all year round. Pinca is a sweet bread served as a part of a traditional Easter meal in Croatia. It’s very popular along the coastal parts of Croatia although it can be found all over the country. In […]
Our Croatian Recipes are in English (of course!) and as with all traditional Croatian food these recipes vary slightly from the ones you may know. Each recipe is shared by either family or friends here in Croatia.
Bijela pita is a traditional cake in Croatia and several other countries in the Balkans. Here is an easy to make bijela pita recipe, this Croatian white slice is sure to please.
In the time between Christmas and Easter, and especially for Carnival, on the coast of Croatia, lots of mothers and grandmas are making this kroštule recipe.
Here is how to make Zagrebački Odrezak. Deep fried meat filled with extra meat and gooey cheese from Zagreb, Croatia.
Here is an easy Trogirski Rafioli recipe for you to make at home with ease!
Here is how to make Čupavci. These tasty treats are a European version of the famous Australian Lamingtons. Čupavci are a sponge cake dipped in chocolate sauce and covered with coconut. Simple and tasty.
Croatian recipes: Kiflice bring back fond memories from my childhood. Mama would make them & my brother, and I would hoover them down instantly.
Croatian Cooking: The most famous dish from Sinj cuisine is Sinjski Arambaši Recipe, and it’s protected as an item on the Unesco Intangible Cultural Heritage List. Here is a an easy to make Sinjski Arambaši Recipe.
Vanilin Kiflice (vanilla crescent cookies) are the real deal when it comes to the best Christmas cookies to be found on the table each year! Here is how to make them!
Vedran’s Croatian cooking lessons for you today is Zagorski Štrukli, a cheesy dish from the Zagorje region of Croatia.
My Croatian Sarma Recipe was years in the making. With hints and tips from Croatia and Australia, I’ve perfected my sarma recipe to now share it with you.
Croatian Cooking: This lazy man’s apple pie is a true autumn delight. I’ve called this lijena pita s jabukama, as you have three steps to make it – and it’s ready to eat in an hour!
Here is an easy Makovnjača recipe. This poppyseed roll is actually a traditional Croatian dessert that doesn’t have an exact historical story, but tastes oh-so-good!
Croatian Cooking: In the past pork cracklings used to be used in cooking, just not to throw away excess pork fat – but nowadays you’ll see pork cracking used in many ways – and it’s considered to be a true delicacy. Here is a Čvarkuše Recipe you can make at home with ease.
No Croatian Kitchen is complete without a krofne recipe. This is a simple and delicious one for you to try. We bet it’s just like your Mama or Baka used to make.
This easy to make walnut roll recipe comes from a reader who lives in Canada. Yummm-o.
Here Is how To make Poljički Soparnik. This soparnik recipe is a traditional pie-like dish inspired from southern Dalmatia. WIth how-to pictures included.
Crispy pastry and custard. Yes please. here is the recipe.
Palacinke…hmmm. Everyone loves pancakes and crepes, and whether they are sweet or savory, they are always a winner! Palačinke are a big favorite here in Croatia. Here is an easy Croatian palačinke recipe for you to enjoy!
Croatian Recipes: Ston Cake (Stonska Torta) Just to set the record straight, this cake does not contain any rocks! Ston is a small town located on the Pelješac Peninsula. Mali Ston is most famous for its delicious oysters which I was fortunate enough to try recently. It was on this trip that I came across […]