Pasulj

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Pasulj
Pasulj.jpg
Type Soup
Main ingredients Meat or smoked meat, white or brown beans
Cookbook:Pasulj  Pasulj

Serbian Pasulj or Pasulj (Serbian Cyrillic: Пасуљ) is a bean dish (with white or brown beans) which originated from Serbia, a is traditional dish in Serbian, Bosnian cuisine, Slovenian cuisine, Croatian cuisine and Albanian, though it is nowadays popular throughout many Balkan nations. It is normally prepared with meat, particularly smoked meat such as smoked bacon, smoked sausage, and smoked joints, and is a typical winter dish. Another version are the baked beans known as Prebranac.

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Two cans of Serbian Pasulj (Serbische Bohnensuppe) in a shop from Germany.