Discussion in 'Food & Drink' started by My Czech Republic, May 17, 2004.
What is your favorite Czech meal? Log in to vote!
fried cheese with small tomatoes . everything just about! i miss the food!!
definetly fried cheese with ketchup! Its best after dancing all night at the clubs while waiting for your tramvaj!
Didn't see any fried cheese anywhere!? :x
The hotdogs in the squares were quite nice, cheap and well placed, although I have to say I went to a Pizzaria near the Trade Fair Palace and it was better than anything i've had in my two trips to Italy.
Although the bohemian meals were very good!
I'd go for the duck anyday,
Any fruit dumplings, with sugar, and butter and toasted ground up bread crums (does that make sense?)
Boiled oxtail with apple horseradish sauce...and dark rye bread... just the way my granma used to serve!
I find it really hard to decide but one of my favoufites is................are
I vote for pork, knedliky, and sauerkraut; with the kachna a close second.
i haven't got much of a clue how any of those things taste i live in Trinidad & Tobago lol
beef goulash and dumplings.... but after taking several times in a menza... i started to miss my tacos.
you eat sauerkraut more than the germans!
i voted for gulyas. i like sauerkraut prepared in the alsatian manner, with carrots, bacon and vermout.
I think we Czechs eat more cabbage than sauerkraut, however, both are delicious, especially the Moravian cabbage or home-made sauerkraut with Těšínská apples or with horseradish and dill!
And only now I noticed that in the poll items vepřo-knedlo-zelo and pečená kachna s knedlíkem a zelím, "zelo" or "zelí" is translated as sauerkraut, which is not correct. It is cabbage; sauerkraut is usually served with smoked meat and potato dumplings.
how about a recipe for moravian sauerkraut and ill cook it. i dont basically like to cook. but it was expected of my generation. since then ive stopped doing things that are expected.
smažák =) (fried cheese with potatoes)
Znojemsky gulas, knedlik
Spanelske ptacky, knedlik
Chlupate knedliky, zeli
Skubanky se skvarkami
Buchticky se sodo
Smazeny kvetak (Fried, breaded cauliflower) brambor (and potato)
Karbanatek a bramborova kase, kysela okurka
Rajska omacka, knedlik
Can you tell I LOVE to eat?
I cannot believe you forgot to put smažený sýr on the list! (and nothing is better than that with krokety and tatar sauce!)
And by the way, the fresh cabbage you get in your obloha, if you're lucky, is as Jana pointed out, is indeed very different from the German Sauerkraut (and much more tasty).
Hmm, I grew up having vepřo-knedlo-zelo with sauerkraut and nothing but sauerkraut. Cabbage is basically never used in my (Moravian) family.
I think Jana meant cooked cabbage used as a příloha, not obloha.
My favorite is duck. Potato dumplings. Plum dumplings and one kolac for desert. Two dark beers and one becherovka.
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