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Serbian Food Serbian gibanica.

Russian Caps are a type of cake dessert served in ex-Yugoslavia countries, especially in Serbia, Bosnia, and Croatia. It usually comes in a 6-inch-wide, round serving and includes coconut around the edge or Korean swinger females near Germany crushed walnuts. The top is usually chocolate drizzled with vanilla.

The center includes Casual Hook Ups Atwater Ohio 44201 of alternating vanilla, chocolate, and sometimes a mocha flavor.

In restaurants they might come with jam and kajmak or with cheese thus fulfilling the role of breakfast staple or desert or even a main course. They can also have other ingredients in them which most commonly are apple, pumpkin, but and even meat and cheese are possibilities.

They are eaten with tea or coffee and also as a dessert. They can go well with jams and nutella.

It is first deep-fried to golden colour and then sugar-sweet syrup poured over it when still hot. It is eaten cold.

The family celebrates the Slava annually on the saint's feast day. This Serbian version uses walnuts, raisins and almonds.

Loaded with the symbolism of life, death, harvest and renewal, it's presented at only Free pussy in Tacoma few special occasions: Slava, Bozic BOH-zheech, or Christmasand at funerals and memorials for the dead.

Tufahije were introduced to the people in Balkans during the Ottoman rule, although the dessert originates from Persia.