The cabbage is a vegetable staple in Czech cuisine, one that accompanies every meal, whether as part of a salad or as a main course. In some of the dishes the cabbage is cooked and in others, it is fresh, in some dishes it is pickled, while in others it is served with sugar. The next salad includes fried cabbage and apples, giving it a slightly sour and refreshing taste.
The next salad is an excellent dish for those who don’t see a reason to wait for the main course to have some meat. The chicken will give your guests a juicy and appetizing opening to the meal, without filling them too much.
Sausages are probably the most popular and delicious street food in the Czech Republic, and many streets in the big cities have countless stalls selling them alongside sauerkraut. Adding them to a warm and comforting goulash dish alongside potatoes and mushrooms will give you a delicious dish that you won’t be able to stop eating even in the hot summer months. You can use any kind of sausages you’d like.
This next main dish is one none of the guests will be able to refuse. The chicken is baked in the oven and filled with mushrooms and parsley, allowing it to win a medal of excellence as one of the less fattening dishes on the local menu.
Plums are a very common fruit in the markets throughout the Czech Republic and serve as the basis for a variety of foods, the most prominent of which are sweet and delicious dumplings that are suitable for dessert or even as a light snack on their own.