Because of its geographical position and long history Bulgarian cuisine is a mixture between the Slavonic, Greek and Turkish cuisines. The basic food products used in the Bulgarian cuisine are beans, milk, yogurt, cheese, tomatoes, potatoes, apples, water-melons, grapes, etc. Bulgarians eat also pork, beef, lamb, chicken and fish.
National specialties include: Shopska salad (sliced tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers and parsley topped with grated sheep’s cheese); and tarator (a cold soup of chopped cucumber, walnuts and yogurt). White sheep’s cheese baked with eggs is another favorite. Read more