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Međimurska gibanica

Međimurska gibanica
Međimurska gibanica traditionally served
Alternative names Medjimurian layer cake
Type Layer cake
Place of origin Međimurje County
Region or state Croatia
Serving temperature warm or cold
Main ingredients puff pastry, ground poppy seed, fresh quark, chopped or ground walnuts, grated apples
Cookbook:Međimurska gibanica 

Međimurska gibanica[1](pronounced ; Medjimurian layer cake) is a type of gibanica or layer cake originating from Međimurje County, Croatia. It is made of puff pastry and four fillings: nuts, fresh cheese, poppy seeds and apples, as well as of many additional ingredients. It is a traditional dish especially popular in Northern Croatia,[2] rich in flavour and full of calories, a delicacy which is an integral component of Croatian cuisine.

This recipe is one of the large number of regional varieties of gibanica which have been developed throughout the Balkans.

Contents

  • Preparation and serving 1
  • Specifics 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Preparation and serving

A base layer of prepared dough is stretched in a suitable casserole previously greased with fat. It is then covered with the first of four layers of filling consisting of milk sodden chopped or ground walnuts, fresh quark cheese, milk sodden ground poppy seed and grated apples. The layer of filling is spread over the entire surface, followed by the second layer of dough, the second layer of filling and so on, until all four layers of filling are put on. The final layer of dough is topped with poured sour cream previously mixed with melted butter and/or egg.

The casserole is put into oven and baked for approximately one hour at 200°C. The cake can be served either still warm directly from the casserole or left to cool to room temperature. It can be cut into quarters or rectangles and finally sprinkled with powdered sugar.

Specifics

Međimurska gibanica is a specific type of gibanica, which differs from other varieties in several details concerning the dough, the fillings, the look and the composition of some secondary or additional ingredients (sugar, sour cream, milk, butter, eggs, raisins, cinnamon etc.). Compared, for instance, with prekmurska gibanica, it contains puff pastry instead of shortcrust pastry, as well as fresh quark cheese instead of ricotta or cottage (curd) cheese. At first sight it can be seen that međimurska gibanica has simpler and thicker four-layer fillings instead of doubled and thinner eight-layer fillings of prekmurska gibanica. Generally, it is juicier and softer than most other types of gibanica.

See also

References

  1. ^ gibanica (recept na coolinarika.com) (Croatian)
  2. ^ http://translate.google.ca/translate?hl=en&sl=hr&u=http://www.coolinarika.com/recept/729931/&ei=WFOST7PgH6G4iwKrvsnaDw&sa=X&oi=translate&ct=result&resnum=1&ved=0CCgQ7gEwAA&prev=/search%3Fq%3DMe%25C4%2591imurska%2Bgibanica%26hl%3Den%26client%3Dfirefox-a%26hs%3DqwU%26rls%3Dorg.mozilla:en-US:official%26prmd%3Dimvns

External links

  • Međimurska gibanica on the official website of the Tourist Board of Međimurje County
  • Recipe from a bakery company
  • Recipe from a restaurant offering old regional dishes
  • Detailed preparation procedure with photos
  • Međimurska gibanica among large number of types of gibanica
  • A međimurska gibanica baking competition show on television
  • Some good quality close-up photos


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