Although the Czech Republic is a small country, you can find many regional specialities there. Each region has its typical dishes.
This was influenced by geographical location as well as neighbouring countries. Let’s look at some of them.
If you would like to choose recipes by the region, click on the map.
Přesňáky or Patenty or Lokše (Slovak title) are pancakes made from a simple potato dough, baked dry fat-free. On the Moravia [Read all]
Trdelník is a traditional sweet bread shaped like a large hollow cream horns, but without the cream filling. It is made from a [Read all]
Bigos is a North Moravian dish that came to the Czech Republic from Poland. There are many versions and methods of preparation of [Read all]
Štramberk Ears (Štramberské uši) is a confectionery product from gingerbread dough in the shape of a cone, which remotely [Read all]
Frgál is a type of sweet bread traditionally produced in Wallachia, ie. on the east Moravia. Frgál typically has a diameter of [Read all]