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    Anonymous

    10 Delicious Slavic Cakes You Must Try

    There were fewer desserts in traditional Slavic cuisine of common folks. Cakes, pastries, chocolate,…

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    #427823
    Boris V.
    Boris V.
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    @dedushka

    Orehnjača / Orechovník wins hands down!

    #427824

    Anonymous

    Perun!

    There are different pan-cakes. Thin larger in size bliny (crêpes) and thicker smaller in size aladki. Both can be eaten on dessert, while aladki is usually a dessert or breakfast type food. You posted a picture of a dessert providing description for another dish. This is a better description for aladki

    Aladki, is one of the oldest traditional Belarusian dishes and a traditional breakfast food which can be either sweet or savory. They may also be appetiser, main course, dessert; another Slavic dish.

    #427825

    Anonymous

    Orehnjača / Orechovník wins hands down!

    I beg to differ. Honey cakes are the best tasting cakes.

    #427828
    Boris V.
    Boris V.
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    @dedushka

    @Sviatogor Oh man did you even try Orehnjača / Orechovník ? :D

    #427829

    Anonymous

    We bake similar ones filled with nuts in shape of pirozhki. They are not rolled as Orechovník. The rolled ones are usually poppy seed cakes.

    Honey cakes (Medovik) are exceptional cakes. They also very popular in western and eastern Slavic countries.

    #427840

    Anonymous

    In Poland we have a version of #2 – called chałka :) #5 and #6 are very popular, well poppy pies (not only a roll, also regular rectangular pie with poppy seed layer) are favourite for many people. #7 is indeed incredibly popular, especially in summer – imagine soft, flufy cheesecake straight from the fridge, when it’s hot outside :) And we eat a lot of #9 pancakes. We have 2 kinds – thin, soft crepes called naleśniki, and thick, small and fluffy (made with yeast) called racuchy (sometimes bliny, in eastern parts of country). And we also eat them many ways – with fruits, sour cream, jam, nuttella, condensed milk (my fav version), or with meat. And 10# is indeed popular in Poland.

    #427842

    Anonymous

    poppy seed cake and kozunak look very good to me :)

    #427867

    Anonymous

    Makovnjača FTW

    #427874

    Anonymous

    Orahnjaca i makovnjaca su vrh iako bi vrlo rado probala i medovik :)

    #427875

    Anonymous

    Malo mi vuče na madjaricu al mozda samo meni

    #427878

    Anonymous

    Orahnjaca i makovnjaca su vrh iako bi vrlo rado probala i medovik :)

    Medovik su vrh. Orahnjaca i makovnjaca taste good too.

    #428144

    Anonymous

    How can you forgot a “ČESNICA”, traditional Serbian Christmas cake?

    #428145

    Anonymous

    @”Branislav Popov” česnica recipe differs in different regions, maybe that’s why they avoided it. Or they simply went for really delicious cakes and there’s there is that Kozunak which is similar, I wouldn’t want to read about 5 types of bread when the title says there’s 10 cakes :D

    #428194

    Anonymous

    Top cakes are orahnjača i makovnjača

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