Today we’re going on a culinary trip to Slovenia for your internship abroad! Fasten your seatbelt, let’s go!
Slovenians are very proud of their cuisine The most amazing thing about Slovenian cuisine is certainly its great diversity. It has not only one, but several types of cuisine.
We start with the Bujta repa! A very typical Slovenian pork dish. This dish, hot, is ideal to survive the cold winters. It is prepared with fatty parts of pigs’ heads mixed with sour turnips.
Ajdovi žganci is the national dish of Slovenia. It translates as “buckwheat porridge”. A dish made of buckwheat flour, croutons and oil, traditionally served with stew, sauerkraut or sausages. Delicious!
Štruklji is a traditional Slovenian rolled dough dish with various fillings served as a main dish or side dish. The dough of štruklji can vary and štruklji are either sweet or savory, baked or boiled.
To be eaten with a delicious starch to appreciate the taste! Carniolan sausage, the most famous Slovenian dish!
For a small snack, Belokranjska povitica is a typical pastry, consisting of a cake dough filled with cottage cheese, eggs, cream, oil and butter.
There are two main desserts popular throughout Slovenia. Potica, a delicious little rolled cake made of nuts, is the Slovenian dessert par excellence.
Prekmurje gibanitsa, a delicious dessert with alternate fillings of cottage cheese, poppy seeds, nuts and cooked apples.
And finally, Prekmurska Gibanica is a kind of layered cake containing apples, nuts, raisins and ricotta cheese.
Quite a lot of dishes to taste, isn’t it? So what are you waiting for to go on an internship in Slovenia? Click right here!