Lazy Unstuffed Cabbage Rolls / Tinginių balandėliai keptuvėje

Lithuanian cuisine is hardly imaginable without zeppelins (a.k.a potato dumplings) as well as without stuffed cabbage rolls (in Lithuanian they are called balandėliai (little pigeons)). And I, as a sworn Lithuanian cuisine fan, am a stuffed cabbage roll lover. Well, but the whole preparation process of stuffed cabbage rolls sometimes simply takes forever… Starting of cabbage…

Crispy Fried Pastry Ribbons / Traškūs žagarėliai

This delicious crispy pastry ribbons are impossible to resist! It looks like a very simple sweet pastry, that requires just a few ingredients, but the taste is so home like, so cozy, that you could eat a whole plate at once… When you’re having a great time watching a good movie or reading an interesting book,…

Kuršėnai Sweet Roll Cake / Kuršėnų vyniotinis

Somewhere in the internet I accidentally saw a picture of this cake roll and immediately decided that it’s just necessary to make it at home. I’ve eaten Kuršėnai sweet roll cake such a long time ago, so I don’t even remember when it was… Maybe 2-3 years ago. But it’s never too late to remember…

Traditional Dressed Herring / Tradicinė silkė pataluose

As with most Lithuanians, dressed herring is a very common dish not only on Easter, but also on other major holidays. It’s almost a tradition. This dish looks always very nice on the table, and it can be both – a side dish and salad. Dressed herring can be served not only in this way as…

Delicious Easter Dishes / Gardūs Velykų patiekalai

We all start to prepare for Easter little by little, we think about the activities we will do with our relatives or friends, what we will serve on Easter table and how we will surprise the guests. In Lithuania, on Easter table, the most common dishes are roasted chicken or duck, meatlof “a.k.a. false rabbit“…

Quick Salad with Sprats / Greitos salotos su šprotais

In America, sprats aren’t the most popular fish, but it’s very well known in Lithuania. This fish is a small delicacy that you want to taste from time to time (at least it’s like that for Lithuanians :)). I usually make sprat sandwiches, but sprats also taste great with lettuce and vegetables, therefore, quick and…