Bábovka is a very traditional Czech cake. I would like to tell you more about it and give you an authentic Czech recipe from the 1920s.
Buchtičky s krémem is a Czech dish served as a main course. And it’s sweet!
Red currant tart or Rybízový táč is a very typical Czech dessert that is what to many people summer tastes like. Summer at the countryside.
Nádivka is a typical Easter stuffing served in the Czech Republic at Easter. It’s also a very typical spring recipe as it makes use of all the herbs that just recently started growing.
Mazanec is sweet pastry baked in the Czech Republic at Christmas. This is a beginner-friendly recipe.
Loupáčky, also known as loupáky or makovky, are lightly sweet Czech pasrty. Make some delicious poppy seed rolls for breakfast or snack with this traditional recipe. You can eat them with butter, marmalade, dipped in tea or just like that without anything.
Easter is nearly here and the Easter Bread is an important part of the holiday in the Czech Republic.
Would you like to know what the Czech cuisine looked like in the 50s – 80s? What was the typical way of cooking, what was on the table in the Czech households before the country opened up to the western influences? And would you like to cook a retro meal yourself? You’re in luck because …
Dumplings are an essential part of Czech cuisine. There are many types of dumplings from different ingredients, sweet and savory. Served as side dish, dessert or main course. Here’s an overview of the variety of Czech dumplings with recipes.
Šišky s uzeným or potato dumplings with smoked meat are not just absolutely delicious. They are also easy to make and you can prepare a huge batch for your whole extended family.