Comment faire des Kibinai Recette du village de Trakai
What to eat
-Šaltibarščiai, which means Cold Borsch -You can just call it the PINK Soup -Usually more more popular in the summer -It is made of beetroot and kefir
Kepta duona su sūriu, which is friend black bread with cheese. It goes great with a cold beer.
Beer please The brand is Švyturio Ekstra or any other draught Lithuanian beer. Enjoy!
Cepelinai Be careful, you might fall into a carb coma. You can ask for one Cepelinai, instead of two. They are called Cepelinai, because of their zeppelin shape, they are made of grated potatoes.
Kibinai are traditional pastries filled with mutton and onion, popular with Karaite ethnic minority in Lithuania. As everything Karaite in Lithuania, they are mostly associated with the city of Trakai.
Bulviniai blynai (potato pancakes) are shallow-fried pancakes of grated or ground potato, flour and egg, often flavored with grated garlic or onion and seasoning.
Šakotis (tree cake) is a Lithuanian traditional spit cake. It is a cake made of butter, eggs, flour, sugar, and cream, cooked on a rotating spit in an oven or over an open fire.
Kisielius is a viscous fruit dish, popular as a drink. It consists of the sweetened juice of berries, like cranberries, but it is thickened with potato starch.
Gira (kvass) is a traditional Slavic and Baltic fermented beverage commonly made from rye bread, known in many Eastern European countries.
What not to eat
Vėdarai, it is stuffed intestines with potatoes. Hold on!