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Pljeskavica ( Serbian Cyrillic: Пљескавица, pronounced [pʎɛ̂skaʋitsa]) is a grilled dish consisting of a spiced meat patty mixture of pork, beef and lamb. It is one of the national dishes of Serbia and is very popular in the neighbouring Balkan and former Yugoslavian countries of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, and Montenegro.What is pljeskavica meat patties?
Pljeskavica is a piece of real, fresh meat. It is full of flavor and you will feel the difference from the very first bite. Moreover, these Serbian meat patties are like McDonald's on steroids. They are HUGE. One is more than enough for an average man.How do you cook pljeskavice?
Using slightly dampened hands, divide meat mixture into 6 portions. Form into thin patties, 9 inches by 1/2 inch or about the size of a small dinner plate. Cook pljeskavice about 7 minutes per side. Serve with green onions or chopped raw onion, tomatoes, ajvar, lepinje or pogacha bread and Serbian potato salad or coleslaw on the side.What does pljesak mean in English?
The name comes from the word pljesak which means "to clap hands". Don't worry if you can't spell it, better save your energy for this huge flavorful meat patty slathered with multiple condiments and enveloped in a soft pillowy flatbread.