Romanian food deli is a unique mix of many traditions. National cuisine from this Carpathian country developed under the influence of many nations and cultures with which it had contact over the centuries. When it comes to meat and cold cuts, the most popular here are Romanian ham, dry pork sausages, sarmale cabbage rolls, and slanina. The inhabitants of the Carpathian mountains are mainly shepherds. That is why their menu could not be complete without healthy Carpathian goat cheese, kashkaval (cow milk cheese), and sheep feta cheese. However, this land has never been rich. For these reasons, its national cuisine contains a lot of vegetable dishes and salads. The ones that should definitely be mentioned are yellow bean pods in brine, vine leaves, vegetable spreads, and baked beans with paprika. And also vegetarian cabbage rolls. An important part of the culinary culture of this country is corn meals. This place is a real paradise for vegetarians and vegans.
Romanian food deli is also known from its original confectionery. Unlike in other countries, here the sweets are very often just fruit preserves or sweetened vegetable products. Usually, it is just sweetened regular food. The perfect example in this matter is halvah with cacao and sunflower. Other types of regular food being candies are raspberry syrup, sour cherry syrup, and blueberry syrup. And also blackcurrant, apricot and blackberry preserve confitures. Rarely, nuts play the role of Romanian candies. For example, walnuts in confiture. And as we mentioned before, corn is a very important ingredient of Carpaths’ people’s diet. It is also used to make sweets. Pufuleti gusto corn crisps and corn puffed sticks are famous snacks imported from there. Moreover, this region is famous for its apricot jam, walnut puree, and plum butter. All of those products are present in our web store.