This is a salad spin on everyone's favorite Tzatziki sauce. Essentially use strained yogurt as the base, mixed pickles, garlic, and walnuts to create a cool summer salad.
Bulgarian Tarator is a classic appetizer from the country. Unlike its related counterparts in Greece and Turkey, in Bulgaria, it is typically served as a soup. This version comes from the town of Yambol and is served without walnuts and uses dill as a flavor.
Bulgarian Tarator is a classic appetizer from the country. Unlike its related counterparts in Greece and Turkey, in Bulgaria it is typically served as a soup. This recipe comes from Northern Bulgaria.
Chard is a leafy vegetable native to the shores of Sicily, yet it has an enduring association with Switzerland. Considered an essential part of the farmer's garden, it was typically used as animal feed, with the leftover stalks added to evening stews. This recipe is a sophisticated interpretation of the original peasant dish, with the combination of Chard and Saffron frequently used in tarts and casseroles.
This is a more modern, post-war rendition of what was a common dish for the working class. Ovens were unavailable to most people, so this would have been prepared on the stove or served at a canteen.