Croatian cuisine

Typical Croatian food is normally extension of peasant food, which is easy to prepare yet delicious. As anywhere else in the world in Croatia too neighboring countries has influenced its cuisine. So while people from the Croatia's Adriatic areas eat food very similar to Italian cuisine, in northern Croatia dishes are similar to those of central Europe. Cuisine is heterogeneous, and is therefore known as the cuisine of regions. Its modern roots date back to Proto-Slavic and ancient periods and the differences in the selection of foodstuffs and forms of cooking are most notable between those on the mainland and those in coastal regions.

Croatian cuisine isn’t restricted to fish, they have many delicious meat dishes too. The tradition of grilling and roasting fish and delicacies of the sea has been carried down from generation to generation, where the taste of the fish depends on the grilling technique and the type of wood chosen. There is also the tantalising Dalmatian olive oil method of cooking, gradelavanje, which gives the fish a particular and fantastic taste.

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