Monday, June 11, 2018


Ćevapi  -

Ćevapi (pronounced [tɕɛv̞ǎːpi]) or ćevapčići (formal diminutive, [tɕɛv̞ǎptʃitɕi], ћевапчићи) is a roast beef dish, a kebab type, traditionally found in southeast European countries considered a national dish in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Serbia.

In addition to these two countries, ćevapi is also found in Croatia, Montenegro, Slovenia, the Republic of Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria and the provinces bordering the Italian Slovenia.

How to serve it usually 5 to 10 seeds Ćevapi put in flatbread (lepinje or somun), with onions, sour cream, kajmak, ajvar, cottage cheese, bell pepper red and salt bell.

Ćevapi Bosnia is made from two types of minced beef and lamb meat (lamb), which are mixed and shaped like a mouthpiece by hand which is then baked. Ćevapčići Serbia is made of cow, lamb or mutton (lamb) or pork or mixture. While in Macedonia, Croatia, Romania, and Bulgaria are often made from a mixture of pigs and cattle.