8 Must Try Foods in Prague

<p><em><a href=”http://ift.tt/1DaVnu3″><strong>Prague</strong></a&gt; is well-known for its beautiful architecture and beer, but there is much more to this well-loved city!&nbsp;</em></p>

<p><em>Yes, we're referring to Czech cuisine – its diverse flavours presented in dishes such as the potato soup,&nbsp;traditional roast pork with dumplings and sauerkraut, fruit dumplings and apple strudel. Sweet, savoury, tangy – whichever your pick, you're sure to find a local dish that will please your tastebuds:</em></p>

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<p>These thin Czech pancakes look similiar to French crepes, but are prepared with a different cooking method and batter. Typically rolled up and served with fillings such as jam, fruit, cream or nuts, it is an ideal treat for those with a sweet tooth. If savoury treats are what you prefer, opt for stuffings of meat, cheese and spinach to go with your pancake. This delightful snack can be found easily in cafes around the city centre, as well as&nbsp;at food carts around the city.&nbsp;Vacation makers traversing through Prague during the festive periods will also find the<strong> palačinky </strong>sold at the Christmas markets.&nbsp;</p>

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<p><em><strong>2. Trdeln&iacute;k</strong></em></p>

<p>A traditional Slovak rolled pastry originating from the Hungarian-speaking region of Transylvania, the<strong> trdeln&iacute;k </strong>is usually served warm, and topped with a dusting of sugar, nuts or cinnamon. This delectable treat is made by wrapping the pastry dough around a wooden or metal stick, roasting it over an open flame and coated with sugar or cinnamon. Watching this pastry being prepared is a fascinating sight, and you can easily find stalls selling this treat along the streets and open squares in Prague. It is the perfect treat to savour during a cold winter day!</p>

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<p>Roast pork, bread dumplings and stewed cabbage are ingredients that make up this hearty dish. Most Czech dishes tend to be heavy on meat and dumplings, but the&nbsp;<strong>vepřo-knedlo-zelo</strong> is a nutrient-balanced option offering a healthy amount of fibre.</p>

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<p><em><strong>4. Chleb&iacute;čky</strong></em></p>

<p>A versatile treat, the&nbsp;<strong>chleb&iacute;čky</strong> is an open-faced sandwich that is consumed for breakfast and lunch, for it makes for a quick and filling meal. A staple in Czech cuisine, this sandwich is usually served during parties and social gatherings, and feature a variety of toppings such as egg, ham, salamai, pickles and cucumber. If you are in the mood for sandwiches during your travels, stop by one of the many deli shops in Prague for a taste of this delicacy.&nbsp;</p>

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<p><em><strong>5. Gul&aacute;&scaron;</strong></em></p>

<p>This dish may have originated in Hungary, but it has been adapted to become a staple food item in Czech cuisine. Unlike the Hungarian goulash, the Czech <strong>gul&aacute;&scaron;</strong> is prepared with less vegetables, and contains greater portions of&nbsp;meat. Beef is typically used, and chicken or pork are sometimes used as alternative ingredients to prepare the dish. The meat is stewed, topped with a generous portion of gravy and served alongside with bread dumplings – a substantial treat that will satisfy meat lovers!&nbsp;</p>

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<p><em><strong>6.&nbsp;Smažen&yacute; S&yacute;r</strong></em></p>

<p>Cheese lovers, look here!&nbsp;</p>

<p>A serving of&nbsp;<strong>smažen&yacute; s&yacute;r</strong>, a dish of deep fried cheese&nbsp;served with fries, salad or a bread roll, will send you straight into cheese paradise. Sold by street vendors all around Prague, vacation makers with a craving for something savoury, cheesy and crispy will easily find this treat.&nbsp;</p>

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<p><em><strong>7. Knedl&iacute;ky</strong></em></p>

<p>A traditional side dish in Czech cuisine, the&nbsp;<strong>knedl&iacute;ky</strong> are dumplings served along with a meat dish or other oft-eaten mains, such as gul&aacute;s. This versatile dish serves well as a dessert when prepared with sweet fillings such as fruit or jam.&nbsp;</p>

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<p><em><strong>8. Grilovan&eacute; Klob&aacute;sy</strong></em></p>

<p>Need a quick and satisfying&nbsp;meal to eat on the go? Sink your teeth into a serving of&nbsp;<strong>grilovan&eacute; klob&aacute;sy</strong>, which are grilled sausages tucked into a roll and served with a variety of tasty sauces. You will easily find stalls selling this item in&nbsp;Wenceslas Square and the vicinity of Old Town Square.&nbsp;</p>


<p><em>Nothing beats the experience of feasting on a spread of Czech delicacies in the home of a local. Have a taste of these items when you <a href=”http://ift.tt/1DaVnu3″>dine in Prague</a> with <a href=”http://ift.tt/1DaVlSY”><strong>Jana, a passionate cook with a love for Czech culture and cuisine</strong></a>. She will gladly whip up these signature dishes, or customise her menu to suit your dietary preferences. Of course, you'll down plenty of beer together during your meal. Burp!</em></p>

<p><em>(Beer fanatics may want to inform Jana about your favourite beers and beer preferences before your dining experience.)</em></p>


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