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Juranda's Homemade Romanian food

Romanian country bread pie

December 1, 2016 admin 0
    Bread is a sanctuary for Romanians. Like in many Mediterranean countries, bread is a must and served with nearly all dishes, especially in the countryside. Unfortunately, the quality of the majority of today’s […]
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Juranda's Homemade Romanian food

Duck breast roulade with quince confit

December 1, 2016 admin 0
The quince (“gutui” in Romanian) has been a popular ingredient since medieval times. It is native to Southwest Asia, Turkey and Greece, but used since centuries in the Romanian cuisine. In recipe books you can […]
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Juranda's Homemade Romanian food

“Papanasi” – Romania’s most famous dessert

November 28, 2016 admin 0
It is always a pleasure to look at the face of an expat or foreign tourist after ordering the first time papanași: This king-size doughnut building of the Carpathian Mountains, nearly impossible to eat all […]
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Juranda's Homemade Romanian food

Spicy “Babic” chicken with wild garlic risotto

November 28, 2016 admin 0
Babic is a traditional spicy salami from Buzau county. The name Babic has Serbian roots and the original recipe for this homemade sausages comes probably from Serbia. The legend says that Napoleon, retreating from a […]
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“Moldovan Mucenici” – A traditional dessert

November 28, 2016 admin 0
March is an important month in the Romanian tradition. March means the start of spring and start of the agricultural season. People clean their houses and burn the winter garbage in the garden. Long before […]
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Juranda's Homemade Romanian food

Peach-yoghurt cake

November 28, 2016 admin 0
Yoghurt always reminds me of my childhood in Romania. Most of the milk products sold in stores today do not taste like they used to. Go to the farmer markets in Bucharest and search the […]