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Easter Fairs Bucharest (1)
Woman from Maramures, dressed traditionaly, selling “made on the spot” “ mamaliga“ (polenta) and “sarmale” (chopped meat mixed with rice and condiments, rolled in sour cabbage leaves) This weekend, Bucharest people visited in great number […]
Topoloveni Plum Marmalade
And because in my yesterday post I was telling you about genuine food, let me present you a traditional Romanian product which (even if it’s made in a factory in the little town called Topoloveni) […]
Bio & Homemade Food
Last week, at Indagrafarm Fair in Romexpo Exhibition Centre the Bio&Homemade stands were actually “invaded” by urban peple in search for genuine food. You can understand why, just looking at this picture: homemade cheese, sauseges, bread, […]
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Ooh, what fantastic photo that’s really got my mouth watering! I especially like the really salty ones!
Hello.I came here though RyukyuMike’s introduction on his tweet.
What a fascinating photo! I saw it for the first time .
Are they kind of doughnuts?
I’m so curious and want to give it a try.
Thanks. Hi Jackie, how are you ?
It‘s true, “covrigi“ can be so tasty (I like especially those very salted too!)
Hi, thanks for appreciating my photo.Those are called ” covrigi” in Romanian and are made of dough (only salt, water, flour) and can be simple, salted, with opium poppy, round, twisted or other form, but they must always have a crispy crust. And are delicous ! You should try them if you ever come to Romania !