Romanian national cuisine is part of the Balkan tradition. The products of the earth are cooked in a simple way and do not pay particular attention to the presentation of the dishes, which therefore maintain a rather rustic and
The meat, which the Romanians like to grill on a wood fire, is also of excellent quality, whether it is pork, mutton, veal or chicken. One of the popular
10 typical dishes not to miss in Romania
Romanian nation dish, made of boiled cornmeal, often topped with butter, sour cream, or
Cabbage leaves that are filled with a mixture of ground meat, rice, and various spices and cooked in a thin tomato-based broth, typically alongside sauerkraut and smoked meat.
Grilled ground meat rolls made from a combination of lamb, pork, beef, and seasonings such as thyme, anise, black pepper, and garlic.
Crispy, grilled, pan-fried, or baked polenta balls filled with a creamy stuffing made of a combination of butter and soft sheep's cheese known as brânză de
Soup made of fermented wheat or barley brans, with minced pork meatballs and vegetables.
Sour soup consisting of a variety of vegetables and pork, chicken, beef, or fish.
Pork cracklings that are made by frying pieces of pork belly or pork rinds with fat and meat attached to
Crispy, deep-fried meatballs made from minced pork or chicken, bread crumbs, and mashed potatoes,
Fried pastry or a thin cake consisting of flour, water, eggs, milk, yeast, and a pinch of salt. Usually enjoyed warm and stuffed with
Sweet bread made with flour, sugar, milk, cocoa, eggs, nuts, and raisins.
A plum brandy.