cevapcici


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cevapcici

(ˌtʃɛvæpˈtʃɪtʃɪ)
n
a small rolled patty of ground meat, usually beef, seasoned with paprika and garlic, popular in Eastern Europe
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SIt's probably sitting alongside the electric mixer that was going to turn out lots of cevapcici - spicy little Serbian minced sausages.
I showed cevapcici sausages that people ate in small restaurants.
On Saturday, June 21, the Bosnian Cevapcici does battle with the Argentine Choripan at Bournville Farmers Market, while America's mighty Frankfurter faces hot competition from the Portugese Piri Piri.
Chief among these delights was cevapcici, a stick of minced meat, which is like a Greek kofta.
Fast food comes in the shape of cevapcici (spicy meatballs) or pizza, while a popular dessert is pancakes with ice cream and hot cherries.
The tree-lined streets are full of small restaurants where you can sample such Serbian delicacies as cevapcici (grilled meat patties), sarma (stuffed cabbage rolls) and podvarak (roast meat with sauerkraut).
In addition to plenty of kottbullar (which is Swedish for meatballs), it will be showcasing a wide range of convenience products that run the gamut from pizza and cheeseburgers to lasagna, cevapcici and cabbage rolls with mashed potatoes and gravy.
Novi Sad''s food is deliciously different, with Serbian specialities including cevapcici, small rolls of mixed minced meat, stuffed peppers and sarma, which consists of stuffed cabbage, minced beef and pork with rice enveloped in pickled cabbage or vine leaves.
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With Mladen, a young translator, writer, and metal music enthusiast, I'm eating beef sausages called cevapcici with onions and potatoes and an unreal ultra-cream, kajmak, at a cafe in the old part of town.
If you prefer meat, try the kebabs (raznjici) or small hamburgers (cevapcici).