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Bulgarian cuisine is characterized by its excellent taste and big diversity. Many of the dishes are prepared according to old and traditional recipes, dating centuries back and passed down from one generation to the next. Among that treasured heritage which has been preserved to this very day, we have found recipes, which are typical for the different regions of the country and which we prepare with special care for our guests in restaurant “Pod Lipite”.

One of the most favorite type of dishes for all Bulgarians are the typical salads with various Bulgarian vegetables and leafy greens. In the list of traditional and beloved Bulgarian salads one can find “Shopska salad”, “Snezhanka salad” and many more. Traditionally, they are prepared with fresh or cooked vegetables and are seasoned with traditional vinaigrettes consisting of salt, vinegar and oil, with the addition of dill, parsley and other typical spices for the Bulgarian cuisine.

The most preferred and beloved salad, both for Bulgarians and the foreign guests of our country, is the “Shopska salad”. It is prepared with tasty Bulgarian tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, roasted green peppers, red onion, Bulgarian white cows cheese, produces in our farm near the village of Osoitsa, and with the addition of some parsley for added taste.

We at restaurant “Pod Lipite” strive to follow the traditions in the best possible way. And this is why we prepare our own fresh white cheese, which we use for one of our most popular salads – “Krasenska salad”.

We should not forget the typical wintertime Bulgarian preserves such as the different types of pickled vegetables and sauerkraut, which, accompanied by a glass of heated and spiced rakia, are a temptation in the cold winter evenings.

Some of these include the tzarska turshia (picked vegetables), which is full of tasty, slightly crispy red peppers, cauliflower, carrots and celery, the red bell peppers stuffed with cabbage and carrots, the raw pickled vegetables, and of course, we should not forget to mention the winter classic – sauerkraut with paprika and a little bit of oil which adds a glossy touch.

We at “Pod Lipite” try to present you with those dishes and salads from our rich national cuisine which are the most interesting but also little known.

Bulgarian cuisine is characterized by its excellent taste and big diversity. Many of the dishes are prepared according to old and traditional recipes, dating centuries back and passed down from one generation to the next. Among that treasured heritage which has been preserved to this very day, we have found recipes, which are typical for the different regions of the country and which we prepare with special care for our guests in restaurant “Pod Lipite”.

One of the most favorite type of dishes for all Bulgarians are the typical salads with various Bulgarian vegetables and leafy greens. In the list of traditional and beloved Bulgarian salads one can find “Shopska salad”, “Snezhanka salad” and many more. Traditionally, they are prepared with fresh or cooked vegetables and are seasoned with traditional vinaigrettes consisting of salt, vinegar and oil, with the addition of dill, parsley and other typical spices for the Bulgarian cuisine.

The most preferred and beloved salad, both for Bulgarians and the foreign guests of our country, is the “Shopska salad”. It is prepared with tasty Bulgarian tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, roasted green peppers, red onion, Bulgarian white cows cheese, produces in our farm near the village of Osoitsa, and with the addition of some parsley for added taste.

We at restaurant “Pod Lipite” strive to follow the traditions in the best possible way. And this is why we prepare our own fresh white cheese, which we use for one of our most popular salads – “Krasenska salad”.

We should not forget the typical wintertime Bulgarian preserves such as the different types of pickled vegetables and sauerkraut, which, accompanied by a glass of heated and spiced rakia, are a temptation in the cold winter evenings.

Some of these include the tzarska turshia (picked vegetables), which is full of tasty, slightly crispy red peppers, cauliflower, carrots and celery, the red bell peppers stuffed with cabbage and carrots, the raw pickled vegetables, and of course, we should not forget to mention the winter classic – sauerkraut with paprika and a little bit of oil which adds a glossy touch.

We at “Pod Lipite” try to present you with those dishes and salads from our rich national cuisine which are the most interesting but also little known.

Bulgarian cuisine is characterized by its excellent taste and big diversity. Many of the dishes are prepared according to old and traditional recipes, dating centuries back and passed down from one generation to the next. Among that treasured heritage which has been preserved to this very day, we have found recipes, which are typical for the different regions of the country and which we prepare with special care for our guests in restaurant “Pod Lipite”.

One of the most favorite type of dishes for all Bulgarians are the typical salads with various Bulgarian vegetables and leafy greens. In the list of traditional and beloved Bulgarian salads one can find “Shopska salad”, “Snezhanka salad” and many more. Traditionally, they are prepared with fresh or cooked vegetables and are seasoned with traditional vinaigrettes consisting of salt, vinegar and oil, with the addition of dill, parsley and other typical spices for the Bulgarian cuisine.

The most preferred and beloved salad, both for Bulgarians and the foreign guests of our country, is the “Shopska salad”. It is prepared with tasty Bulgarian tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, roasted green peppers, red onion, Bulgarian white cows cheese, produces in our farm near the village of Osoitsa, and with the addition of some parsley for added taste.

We at restaurant “Pod Lipite” strive to follow the traditions in the best possible way. And this is why we prepare our own fresh white cheese, which we use for one of our most popular salads – “Krasenska salad”.

We should not forget the typical wintertime Bulgarian preserves such as the different types of pickled vegetables and sauerkraut, which, accompanied by a glass of heated and spiced rakia, are a temptation in the cold winter evenings.

Some of these include the tzarska turshia (picked vegetables), which is full of tasty, slightly crispy red peppers, cauliflower, carrots and celery, the red bell peppers stuffed with cabbage and carrots, the raw pickled vegetables, and of course, we should not forget to mention the winter classic – sauerkraut with paprika and a little bit of oil which adds a glossy touch.

We at “Pod Lipite” try to present you with those dishes and salads from our rich national cuisine which are the most interesting but also little known.

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