If you love dumplings but cannot find suet to make your own, try this easy beautiful Jamie Oliver dumplings recipe using flour as a substitute for suet. What’s more is that this recipe can also be enjoyed by the vegetarians among us.
As summer starts to creep into Bulgaria, thoughts automatically turn to the Barbecue. Kufteta is a traditional Bulgarian dish which is served all year round - similar in taste to a spicy meatball or a homemade burger ... perfect over a charcoal grill! A firm favourite with adults and children alike, tasty, filling and not expensive to make. Eaten by the Bulgarians at home all summer, you too can make this simple recipe to charm your family and friends.
For Bulgarians, bread is the stuff of life. You'll see bread revered at weddings and festivals such as Easter and Christmas. There was even a national conference about the business of making bread, its quality and price, attended by bakers, retailers and government representatives.
White, wheat and brown were the only kinds of bread available to the Bulgarians as little as three years ago. Bread has come a long way since, with a huge variety of bread now available on the retailers shelves. Up to 40 brands are now on display.
Lactobacillus Bulgaricus, known to most of us as Bulgarian yogurt is said to be the finest quality yogurt in the world.