This is a very traditional Bulgarian winter dish. Sauerkraut or pickled cabbage is very popular in Bulgaria. It’s made by soaking white cabbage in water and high content of salt. You can buy Sauerkraut in the UK in most supermarkets in the shredded form, or you can buy whole leaves from specialist international food stores. You can also make this dish with fresh shredded white cabbage, but somehow it’s not quite the same.
This dish is also very popular during the long cold Bulgarian winters and a family favourite. The meat just falls apart and the cabbage gives it a distinct winter warming flavour. I hope you enjoy it 😉
Bean casseroles and soups have been my favourite dishes since I was a child. They are very popular in Bulgaria. In this recipe I am also using pork cheeks and pork ribs for extra flavour. These are very cheap cuts of pork that work amazingly well in slow cooked stews and casseroles. I hope you enjoy my recipe! 😉 Continue reading
This is a classic bulgarian dish, you will find on most restaurant menus. It’s a one pot wonder and very easy to prepare. It’s got strong flavours and is very moorish. I served mine with mashed potatoes. It also goes really well with plain rice, oh and lots of Parsley! 😉 Continue reading