If you make a trip through Croatia, you will get to know regional specialties everywhere. Of course, fish dishes are a delicacy in all coastal regions. It’s always amazing to see how quickly fresh fish is prepared, drizzled with olive oil, sprinkled with chopped garlic and parsley and it’s served. The Croatian cuisine is diverse, in the different regions you should try one or the other delicacy.
Recipes, specialties, wine and spirits from Croatia
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