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Mititei - Romanian Grilled Minced Meat Rolls Meat is one of the main elements of most Romanian but other popular ingredients include pot.

Mititei - mici - de casa Mititeii tin deja de brandul de tara. Din primavara si pana toamna tarziu, in fiecare zi de sarbatoare toata Romania miroase a mititei sfaraind...

Mititei - mici - de casa Mititeii tin deja de brandul de tara. Din primavara si pana toamna tarziu, in fiecare zi de sarbatoare toata Romania miroase a mititei sfaraind...

12 Traditional Romanian Recipes

How to Make Authentic Romanian Food

Here are some recipes for authentic, traditional Romanian foods. A mix of cultural influences are found in the traditional foods of Romania.

Romanian traditional barbecue

Ceafa marinata, la gratar

#Romanian #recipe for easy eggplant salad (spread) without mayo.

Ingredients and Instructions

Over here in Romania, everyone loves eggplant. One of the two most common dishes with eggplant is eggplant salad (spread). (The other is eggplant moussaka.

Romanian Mici (Meech) - Mici (meech) are the most popular Romanian outdoor grill. “Mici” are caseless sausages, made of ground beef meat mixed with spices, garlic, and beef broth. They are served with mustard, fries and/or country bread next to a cold beer. From the inexpensive street food stops, to summer patios or fancy restaurants, you can find them all over the country!

Mici (meech) are the most popular Romanian outdoor grill. "Mici" are caseless sausages, made of ground beef meat mixed with spices, garlic, and beef broth. They are served with mustard, fries and/or country bread next to a cold beer.

Romanian Grilled Minced Meat Rolls (MICI) are great when grilled, but you could roast or pan-fry. Serve hot with good Italian bread and mustard accompanied by a cold beer. It is great for backyard parties. My friends just love it !

Mici- will attempt to make this for the family while visiting in August! I love some mici!

Mititei, specialty from Romania. Dont look much  but ooh, how tasty they are...

Mititei, specialty from Romania. Dont look much but ooh, how tasty they are.

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