Lithuanian Must-Eats

Lithuanian food is similar to Polish food because both use potatoes, beets, and the greatest dumplings.  

Lithuanian cuisine also has Italian, French, German, Turkish, and Russian influences.Due to its shape and size, Cepelinai was named after the zeppelin airship.  

However, a cepelinas is a meat-filled potato dumpling like those offered in Austria, Belarus, Germany, and Poland. Imagine knödel with pierogi.  

This distinctive chilled Lithuanian soup is pleasant and vibrant pink. Beets give šaltibarščiai its pink tint, similar to Polish borscht.  

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The soup also contains cucumber, dill, green onions, hard-boiled eggs, and kefir.   

Bulviniai blynai are savory pancakes made with grated potatoes, onions, eggs, and flour.   

The majority of Lithuanians consume bulviniai blynai with sour cream or apple sauce.Keepa duona means baked bread, but Lithuanians fry dark rye strips in oil and smear it with garlic.   

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