What to eat in Prague? 2019

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Kulajda

By Hülya Aydemir | 07.01.2019
Kulajda is a local creamy potato soup that made by mushrooms, dill, vinegar and a poached egg on top.

Chlebíčky 

By Hülya Aydemir | 07.01.2019
The chlebíčky is an open-faced sandwich which is depleted for breakfast and lunch, and feature a variety of ingredients such as egg, ham, salami, pickles, and cucumber.

Vepřo knedlo zelo

By Hülya Aydemir | 07.01.2019
Vepřo-knedlo-zelo is a traditional dish that contains roast pork, bread dumplings, and stewed cabbage.The dumplings are not mixed in they piled on the side of the plate.

Trdelník

By Hülya Aydemir | 07.01.2019
Trdelník is made by wrapping dough around a stick and then roasted over an open flame until it is golden brown. It is then brushed with butter and rolled in cinnamon sugar and served with different fillings spread inside such as Nutella or icecream.

Goulash

By Hülya Aydemir | 07.01.2019
Goulash may have originated in Hungary, but it become a staple food in Czech dish.The Czech version is made with less vegetables and contains bigger portions of meat. Commonly beef is used to prepare the dish.Served with bread or potato knedlíky.

Smažený sýr

By Hülya Aydemir | 07.01.2019
Smažený sýr is a local street food in Prague. That is a actually kind of deep fried cheese which is served with fries, salad or a bread roll.

Palačinky

By Hülya Aydemir | 07.01.2019
Palačinky is the classic dessert in Prague. It is look like to a crepes, but they are prepared with a different cooking technique and batter.Commonly, rolled up and served with toppings such as jam, fruit, cream,nuts or meat and cheeses for a meal.

Svíčková

By Hülya Aydemir | 07.01.2019
Svíčková is a classic Sunday family dish in the Czech cuisine that prepared with an amazing combination of creamy vegetable sauce, salty beef,bread dumplings and the garnishes – an orange or lemon slice, plus whipped cream and cranberry sauce.