Where is Pljeskavica from?

Where is Pljeskavica from?

Pljeskavica is one of the most famous and widespread dishes in traditional Serbian cuisine. In Serbia, it is a popular street food which you found in many booths. It is usually cooked on a charcoal grill and is made from ground beef. Sometimes other meat such as pork or lamb is added, as well as paprika, bacon, etc.

What meat is Pljeskavica?

Pljeskavica (Serbian Cyrillic: Пљескавица, pronounced [pʎɛ̂skaʋitsa]) is a grilled dish consisting of a spiced meat patty mixture of pork, beef and lamb.

What is pljeskavica in English?

A pljeskavica (pless-kah-VEE-tsah) is a Serbian hamburger that’s popular in one form or another throughout the Balkans but especially in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia.

What is Gurmanska pljeskavica?

Gurmanska Pljeskavica – is a Serbian burger, cooked on coals with secret ingredient, which is Exploding meat flavor, achieved by special meat fermentation technique! 100% free-range beef, cooked on coal, there is just no better thing to put between crusty homemade Serbian bread with a special sauce!

How do u pronounce pljeskavica?

Pljeskavica Pronunciation. Pljeskav·i·ca.

How do you make Pleskavica?


  1. In a bowl, mix ground beef and pork, salt, sweet paprika, black pepper and sparkling water. Combine with your hands.
  2. Add onions to the meat mixture and mix well. Divide to 4 balls and use your hands to pound it to a thin patty.
  3. Grill or fry your patties for about 3-4 minutes per side or more, if desired.

What is a Serbian burger?

It’s just a mixed-meat patty made with any combination of ground beef, lamb and pork. It can be served without any flatbread or bun at all, with various condiments on the plate, however in Serbian restaurants you will mostly get it in a form of a burger.

What is Sharska?

Sharska Pljeskavica is a cheese stuffed hamburger popular in Macedonia, and all throughout the Balkans! Crispy grilled meat on the outside, cheesy, moist and gooey in the middle, with the right amount of spices. Try it today! Here’s the how-to video!