She brought me to a local restaurant to get a taste of Slovakian history.Let me give you the scoop on the soup: This is a cabbage soup brewed to succulent perfection, typically mixed with onions, dried mushrooms, sauerkraut, slices of sausage, and sour cream on top.
For example, the Slovak national dish, cheese, and topped with smoked bacon bits [see below in Entrées].
Yet despite the limited variety of traditional ingredients, Slovak dishes provide quite a range of flavors.
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“One way to identify a foreigner is that they don’t have soup as a first course.”Otília Golis who runs the Facebook page [see below in How to…], where she features Slovakian food recipes, says, “Slovaks love soups, we live on soups, we eat some pretty much every day.