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Slovak cuisine. Slovak cuisine. influenced by cuisine´s of our neighbours base of food was wheat, potatoes, milk and milk products, pork meat, sauerkraut and onion. Cheese and milk products. In mountain areas - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Slovak cuisine

Slovak cuisineSlovak cuisineinfluenced by cuisines of our neighboursbase of food was wheat, potatoes, milk and milk products, pork meat, sauerkraut and onion

Everyone, who come to our country should taste our traditional food although it is not popular than Italian or Chinese food. Slovak cuisine s different from region to region across Slovakia.Our cuisine was influenced by cuisines of our neighbours. The origins of traditional Slovak cuisine is from time, when the majority of the population lived self-sufficiently in villages, with very limited food imports and exports and with no modern means of food preservation or processing.So, base of food was wheat, potatoes, milk and milk products, pork meat, sauerkraut and onion, rarely beef, poultry, lamb and goat, eggs, a few other local vegetables, fruit and wild mushrooms.

2Cheese and milk productsIn mountain areasmilk products such as whey, cottage cheese, bryndza (salted sheep curd) and sheep cheese are very popularwe can get them in Liptov region

The traditional cuisine of mountain areas mainly favours those who love cheese and milk products. All milk products such as whey, cottage cheese, bryndza (salted sheep curd) and sheep cheese are very popular. Smoked or fresh sheep cheese products are sold in different forms and shapes too, because we have a big interest in them. One of the best milk products we can get in Liptov.3Cabbage soupTraditional slovak soupprepared at the end of the year for Christmas and New Years EveExcept cabbage soup consists of sausages and mushrooms

In low lying areas we can taste more spicy food, cabbage specialities, goose, loke (local fried flatbread) or trdelnk (sweet pastry cylinders).Kapustnica(cabbage soup) is a Slovak thick soup traditionally prepared at the end of the year for Christmas and New Years Eve.4Loke, trdelnk, goose......

In low lying areas, we can taste more spicy food, cabbage specialities, goose, loke (local fried flatbread) or trdelnk (sweet pastry cylinders).

5Pies

Pies are traditional Slovak food. Prepared from potatoes, flour, eggs, salt and additives. A common accessory is a curd or jam the stuffing, bread crumbs, cinnamon and powdered sugar for sprinkling and butter.

6HaluskyNational Slovak foodPart of our cultureConsist of dumplings made of potato dough mixed with bryndza, curd and cabbage

Haluky, similar to Gnocchi, is the most famous dish of Slovakia and part of Slovakias culture, especially inLiptovandOrava. It is made of elementary ingredients and it is very quick and simple to prepare.This Slovak national meal consists of dumplings made of potato dough mixed with a special kind of soft and salty sheep curd, cabbage.7Bryndzove haluskyThe most popular haluskyHalusky with sheep cheese and small pieces of bacon greaves and chives or dillUsually served with inicaWe can enjoy it in salae and koliby. cooking and eating competiton in Tureck

For us bryndzove halusky is the same as suchi for the Japanese and pizza for the ItalianThe most popular haluky is traditional bryndzov haluky (sheep cheese gnocchi). Sheep cheese gives a unique flavour to the meal by itself, but it is even more tasty with small pieces of bacon greaves and chives or dill. Usually served with a glass of sour milk called inica.We can enjoy it in specials restaurants called salae and koliby.In the little mountain village of Tureck every year is organised competiton of cooking and eating bryndzove halusky. Fans of halusky comes from all over the world.

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Video1 obr napravo TureckVideo2 nalavo - recipe10Sourceshttp://www.slovak-republic.org/food/http://slovakia.travel/en/slovak-gastronomyhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLNBhusRMashttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slovak_cuisinehttp://google.sk