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Americké zemiaky. Potato Seasoning.
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Traditional pudding flavored with cocoa and semolina meal and is not only tasty and hearty, but favorite among all the children.
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Bonbonetti Drazse. Duna Kavics. Roasted Peanut Dragees. 70g. Product of Hungary.
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Chocolate and eggnog liqueur in milk chocolate.
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Czech & Slovak Food

Czech food deli, flour, potato and cheese delicacies

Check our Czech food deli! We have all the best from their traditional cuisine. An absolutely best-known course from this part of Europe is a hand-made knedliki. They are a popular flour dish of Czech and Slovak daily diet. Prepared from the dough, usually made of boiled potatoes (bramborovy knedlik) or wheat flour (houskovy knedlik) with the addition of yeast. We are sure, that You will like those available in Fabko European Food online store. Especially when they will be washed with Kofola original drink. But inhabitants of this part of Old Continent love also czech sausages. The most popular ones are smoked sausages called Spekacky or traditional sausages – Spisske Parky. Unfortunately, the cuisine of this part of the world is not very vegetarian-friendly. The only suitable dish for them is fried cheese in breadcrumbs. And also a few potatoes courses. Fortunately, they can enjoy a great beer.

Czech food deli offers original and unique sweets like Lentilky, Horalky, and oblaty

Czech food deli also contains many unique products. From those, we must necessarily mention very special sweets. One of the best examples is Lentilky. They are the chocolate bonbons, very similar to Smarties, but… much tastier! Very well known is also Horalky milk cream wafer or Horalky hazelnut wafer. They are supposed to be just wafers, but… there must be something about them at all! Especially since they are a bestseller in our store. Moreover, an extremely valuable delicacy in the whole of Eastern Europe is Studentska chocolate. What cannot be found in it! There are hazelnuts, jelly beans, and even pieces of fruit. Even right now these chocolate bars are the most common imported sweets from Czech. Last but not least is oblaty. They are a type of round wafers with a diameter of 10-20 cm, thickness 1-3 mm. Prepared according to a traditional (XIX century) recipe with a sweet and vanilla flavor.

Traditional Czech Slovak cuisine meals in a broad variety

This part of Europe is not only about beer and dumplings. Although the local cuisine is not the healthiest, it certainly has many specialties to offer. Also, those that you can conveniently get in our store. We provide both wholesome meals as well as snacks and sweets. Czechs are famous, among others, for their delicious preserves. These can be, for example, Pickled Vegetable Salad, Strong Capsicum, or Pepper Spread. Vegetables in meals are rarely represented due to the terrain of this country. And the small number of farmlands. This is why the courses from there contain a lot of meat. And also why the meals and dishes consisting only of it are an ordinary view. The most often met kinds of meat are delicious pork, beef, and venison. Czechs especially like to consume it with lots of great beer. It has to do with the history of these countries, influenced by Germany for centuries.

Kofola and Hand Made Knedliky. As good as Polish food deli and Hungarian food deli

Nowadays, with the development of vegetarianism, Czech and Slovak’s cuisine is undergoing a real transformation. Over the years, only the most profitable types of vegetables have been grown there. People ate nutritious but high-calorie and always the same dishes. For several decades, the daily menu there has become distinguished by a variety of flavors. Currently, it is an ideal proposition for lovers of classic dishes based on long-standing recipes. Thanks to natural methods of preservation and extending the shelf life, these delicacies can be purchased now at the Fabko online store. There are, among others, the famous, Hand Made Knedliky (dough dumplings), Speckles Noodles, and Smoked Sausages. Extra, we offer renowned Czech meat products such as Smoked Sausages and Veal Franks. Besides, we do not neglect the assortment that Czechs probably can do best. That means sweets. On our pages, you will also find Liqueur Filled Chocolate, Milk Pralines, and Roasted Peanut Dragees.

Favored Czech dishes every gourmet simply must try

Czech food deli is, above all, a wealth of flavors and traditions. It is a cuisine with a rich history and many unique practices related to food making. It is a country divided into three regions, each of which has different customs. The meals prepared there have to be filling. If we want to feel the atmosphere of this country on the palate, we undeniably have to try hand-made dumplings or potato dumplings, preferably with pork or venison stew. And also with fried cabbage. It is the most popular meal among tourists visiting the country as well. The second most popular course is fried cheese (smazeny syr). Czechs use Edam, munstera, or hermelín cheese to prepare this dish. They cut the cheese into thick slices and coat it in flour, egg, and breadcrumbs. Then they fry it in a pan or deep fat. Commonly, they serve this meal with salad, potatoes, french fries, and tartar sauce or mayonnaise.

Slovak courses definitely worth to taste

Slovakia, although being a country with fewer traditions, has several noticeable delicacies in its cuisine too. First of all, they are Slovak noodles (halušky), their national dish. They are small potato dumplings, which they usually serve in a cream-leathery sauce and with cracklings. There exist many variations of this meal. Also, we can easily find it in virtually every place in this country in the south of the Carpathians. These can be halušky with spinach, cheese, or meat. It is also a part of Europe where soups play a crucial role in alimentation. The Slovaks' specialty is their traditional bean soup. Traditional fazulovica is very dense and contains fine beans, chopped vegetables, and bacon. Slovaks predominately prepare the decoction on pork ribs, and they top the whole with cream. Moreover, we can unquestionably recommend the onion soup, garlic soup, and traditional cabbage soup also loved in this country.

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