Beehive cookies or Včelí úly (beehives) or Vosí hnízda (wasp nests) in Czech are one of the most traditional Czech Christmas cookies. They are partly baked and bring that delicious walnut scent to the table.
Sekaná is an easy meal, even comfort food for some. It’s a meal for beginners and something you can cook in a large batch.
Garlic soup is an ideal autumn and winter recipe. It warms you up and it’s a great immunity booster.
Housky (sg. houska) are a Czech bread pastry in form of a braid. Here’s a simple recipe.
Buchty (sg. buchta) are Czech dessert pastry made from yeast dough and filled with one of the traditional fillings – povidla, cottage cheese tvaroh, poppy seed or marmalade.
Povidla is a fruit spread made traditionally from plums (prunes) made in a very slow process and without any added sugar. It’s a traditional filling for Czech desserts and pastries.
Koka cookies have been a star among Czech cookies for several generations. Here’s a recipe to make them at home.
Here comes the Czech classic, the perfect autumn and winter dessert, the Apple Strudel.
Kuře na paprice is a dish many Czechs associate with their childhood. It’s creamy, fragrant, with tender meat.
Caraway soup is a quick and cheap dish perfect especially for winter.