Serbian Breakfast – Tomato Steak + Coal Baked Egg + Delicacies

BY ALMAZAN KITCHEN

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 Preparation time:15 min

 Cooking time: 45min

 Serves: 4 portions

INGREDIENTS:

Homemade Sausage 250 lbs/500g

Cheddar Chese 250 lbs/500g

Flour 250 lbs/500g

Wasabi Powder

Salt

Oil

Almazan Kitchen® original
cookware and utensils
(optional)

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We bet you’ve been asking yourself: “How do these guys live? What’s different in Serbia? Anything more to share?” Well, now we will show you Ultimate Serbian Breakfast we use to eat by ourselves! Some premium cured beef meat, goat cheese that has gone through quick fermentation, some fresh kajmak from mountain cow milk, bull heart tomatoes that we grow for 40 years, free-range eggs baked directly on coals… Delicious and nourishing, this breakfast will power you with energy for a whole productive day!

You will need this homemade ingredients:

  • 1/2 cup kajmak
  • cured beef ham
  • Serbian greaves
  • young goat cheese
  • 3 free-range eggs
  • beef’s heart tomato
  • handful of mint
  • salt, pepper, oil

Steps:

  1. Take cured beef ham, make as many slice as you like.
  2. Previous step goes right to the young goat cheese.
  3. Make ½ cup of kajmak.
  4. Make 1 cup of Serbian greaves.
  5. Preheat the toaster.
  6. Cook 3 free-range eggs how you like it. We made it soft-boiled.
  7. Cut 1 slice from the beef’s heart tomato, load it into the toaster and cook until crispy golden brown.
  8. Chop handful of mint, strew the tomato steak with mint.
  9. Serves everything together. Salt, pepper, oil if you like.
  10. Enjoy! Bon Almazan!

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OVER TO YOU

QUESTIONS, COMMENTS?

  1. Jency

    I wonder where are you located?

  2. Jency

    I really like your videos, Im one of your subscriber. Your videos is very relaxing most especialy that it is filmed outdoor and with nature. I like how you cut the ingredients and the sound of your knife and your chopping board is so like a song to my ears made me relax and fall asleep easily. Keep it up guys

  3. Billy B.

    I love your recipes and your cooking videos. Superb. 👍👍👍

    I also love your cooking knives. What is the price?

    Best regards from Billy.

  4. Larry Virden

    What are the graves? I’ve never heard that name before.

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