Kosovo's food traditions have much in common with the other Balkan countries, especially Albania.

Basic items are bread, dairy products, meat, fruits and vegetables. Since they don't have coastline, they don't have a tradition of food from the sea. As a result of the climate, a lot of fresh vegetables are used in summer, and more pickled varieties in winter.

Breakfast in Kosovo is usually light, and often consists of a croissant with coffee, sandwiches, scrambled eggs, omelet, petulla (fried baking) or toast with salami, cheese, salad and tea. Cereal cereals with milk, waffles, pretzels and homemade pancakes with honey or jam are popular with children.

Common dishes are pie, flija, stuffed peppers, legumes, sarma (cabbage roulettes) and kebabs / qebapa.

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