Cherry Bubbly Cake – Čerešnová Bublanina

Yesterday I baked my first-ever  bubbly cake. It turned out delicious. The name of this cake is bublanina, which means, roughly, bubbly cake. It is a light and fluffy coffee cake filled with your choice of fruit. I used my favorite fruits cherry, but feel free to substitute whatever you have at hand. Ingredients: 2 eggs, 1cup…

Marbled Bábovka (Bundt Cake) / Mramorová Bábovka

It’s so easy to bake the Marbled Bábovka and the results are so impressive, that it must be tried by everyone who has a functional oven in the kitchen. Besides, it’s hard to find a simpler and more elegant combination than bábovka and coffee. Marbled Bábovka (Bundt Cake) 2 cups plain flour, plus more to…

Walnut wheels – Orechové kolieska

As I already wrote, I’m from Slovakia. Every sunday in each solvak kitchen smell homemade cookies, gingerbreads, mini cakes that all look and taste delicious. My favourite are Orechové Kolieska (Walnut Wheels) are made with dough called linecké cesto shortbread dough and then filled with walnut stuffing and each is dipped in dark chocolate. I’ll…

Slovak vegetarian food

Slovakia may be a pork lover’s paradise, but vegetarians traveling in Slovakia needn’t worry.There are plenty of meatless options for vegetarians if you only know what to order.  Cabbage, potatoes, and carrots are staples in most dishes, and salads usually consist of tomatoes, cucumber, and onions.  Lunch is considered the main meal of the day, and…

Kotlíkový Gulash -taste of summer

I love summers in Slovakia. The weather is fine, not too hot and the nature is beautiful.  Every summer we prepare with all family  special food called Kotlíkový guláš ( gulash). Goulash is famous soup of hungarian origin . This recipe is slovak ,  gulash made in cauldron outside of the house by my family….

Coconut balls – taste of home in Jordan

I´m traveling a lot and many  times I missing home. Good slovakian food or just any small dessert to taste. In every country there are lots of good sweets but time to time I try to prepare slovak dessert with ingredients similar to ours in  each country where I’m living . In Jordan I found biscuit called…

“Lost chicken” or “Easter Baba”

One of my favorite slovakian food called  Stratené kura ( lost chicken) or Velkonocna baba ( easter baba)  prepares for Easter usually after lent. My last Easter my aunt Alenka prepare this delicious food so I decide to make picture. Really this is my first photofood session and I hope you will like it. Here…