Why has this book not been written before? Finally I can make properBulgarian dishes without having to rely on adapting recipes for Greekfood. Everything is exactly as it should be. If you're a fan ofgreek-style food, then try to swap the feta for sirene and make thebanitsa - knocks the socks off tiropita
Shopska salad or roasted red peppers with parsley and garlic - so tasty. Exactly what I love and same my family.
My friends started to prepare these salads once they tried them.
Baked cheese in foil is so great and absolutely requires the best red wine. You better try yourself. You will cook it forever.
From the Author
The mouth-watering aromas of Bulgarian traditional dishes can evoke both the outdoor life during long hot summers and the domestic coziness of crisp, cold winters. In this book I would like to share my family's favorite non-meat dishes. I call them "non-meat" rather than vegetarian because we enjoy meat and fish, too, and I will soon be sharing more recipes with you. We simply love our fresh vegetables, which are plentiful in spring, summer and autumn, along with creamy, tangy yogurt and soft-textured but strong-flavored feta cheese. In winter, as well as frozen and dried vegetables, beans, lentils and savory pastries come into their own.
For me, Bulgarian food is simply addictive ‒if you've tried it, you know what I mean. It might be quite different to what you usually eat at home but it is tasty, healthy and definitely worth trying.