A Type Of Bulgarian Dessert
A traditional sweet pumpkin and cinnamon twist on the classic Bulgarian banitsa. Made with multi-layered filo dough sheets with pumpkin following a traditional Bulgarian recipe. Bake in oven for 35 minutes. Large family size. This is a frozen item (see Shipping of Perishable Items)
When I was traveling in Bulgaria a few years ago, I learned how to make banitsa at the home of a lovely lady. I’ve tried making it at home but the phyllo dough I get from my local supermarket is much thinner and flimsier than what she used (there are usually two rolls of 14 […]
I had a wonderful traveling experience in Bulgaria and learned about banitsa, the greeting at the door with savory herbs, bread and rakia. I fell in love with banitsa and want to share it with family and friends.
Bulgarian cuisine is unique and always comes up during conversations with friends or clients. I live in London, and here is quite easy to find Bulgarian food, however I wanted to make a gift to a friend of mine living in DC, so this is how I found FindBGFood. I have been talking a lot […]
My grandparents immigrated from Bahovitsa, so my father has fond memories of the dishes his mom cooked for him…most especially banitsa. I am so excited to hear how he likes the gifts I sent to him from your company for Father’s Day! Thank you, I hope you are keeping safe and your business is healthy […]
Hello I mostly enjoyed it. I froze the Banitsas because they were still cold. But I think they were mostly thawed. I’m hoping that they will still turn out well. But I won’t be ordering again most likely. I thought they were in London which would make the same day delivery possible. But I know […]
I cannot find “kiselo zele” anywhere else but on BG food marketplace. I have always loved our Bulgarian liutenitsa. I wish you could ship some frozen goods as “banitsa” to Indiana. Thank you for bringing Bulgarian flavor to my Christmas! It means a lot!
Zdravey Ivo! My girlfriend lives in Sofia, and I have visited her there several times. I love Bulgarian food, especially Banitsa, Shopska salads, and to me, Zagorka is the world’s best beer!! ( Rakia almost destroys me…hehehe ) I really love Boza too!!! I found your site thanks to Mr.Google, but I wish there was […]
I tried everything and I already made banitsa for the people in my community here. Hope they’ll like the traditional Bulgarian food! Only the lukanka is a bit odd tasting- it’s not bad , but it doesn’t taste like typical one you could buy home. The yoghurt is great, the cheese too. Thank you again for the […]
I tried everything and I already made banitsa for the people in my community here. Hope they’ll like the traditional Bulgarian food! Only the lukanka is a bit odd tasting- it’s not bad , but it doesn’t taste like typical one you could buy home. The yoghurt is great, the cheese too. Thank you again […]
Hello My book club is currently reading Elizabeth Kostova, The Shadow Land and I thought it would be fun to have food mentioned in the book. I am hosting our club meeting on the 25th of March. I was looking at Bulgarian recipes and decided it may be easier to just purchase a few items and luckily found […]
I order Bulgarian food because it’s the taste of home. It’s like I’m back in my grandma’s kitchen and she’s making me banitsa. I can’t travel back to Bulgaria as often as I’d like, but it always makes my grandma happy when I call her and tell her I managed to cook a Bulgarian meal. Please put baked […]
I loved spending time in Bulgaria – such a beautiful country! I spent some time in a Bulgarian home for a cooking lesson – a special recipe for Banitsa. When I came home with a copy of the recipe, I began searching for Bulgarian ingredients, particularly Sirene cheese. I found your website a while ago, and I love […]
Zdrasti!! Thank you so much for the fast shipment, I’m excited to have found a source for food I haven’t tasted in over 25 years! Question: I’m unable to read the instructions for the frozen banitsa, could you kindly tell me how to best cook it in the oven? Thank you so much! Nathan
Hi Ivo, My father, Hristo Ivanov, escaped from Bulgaria back when it was still communist. I have gone with him several times to visit his parents and his brothers family. I LOVE Banitsa and he different meats. Though your prices are high, I am so excited to get this order in. Thank you, Tammy Weidenhamer
Filo (phyllo) dough is a kind of dough pressed in many thin layers. It is at the heart of Bulgarian cooking. It is used to make banitza, tikvenik, baklava and many other pastries. Contains 10-12 sheets. This is a frozen item (see the “Frozen Item” information below and Shipping of Perishable Items), however Filo Dough […]
Boza is one of the most typical Bulgarian drinks. It is a malted drink, made from wheat. It has a thick consistency and has a slightly acidic sweet flavor. It is reach in carbohydrates and vitamins. Together with banitsa, it is a part of a traditional Bulgarian breakfast.