Bajadera

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Bajadera
Bajadera Sweets from Traditional Serbian Christmas Meal.PNG
Bajadera
TypePraline
Place of originCroatia
Main ingredientsNougat, almonds or hazelnuts or walnuts

Bajadera (Croatian pronunciation: [bajaděːra]) is a Croatian layered nougat with almonds, hazelnuts or walnuts.

A traditional home-made dessert, it is often found served on Christmas in former Yugoslavia.

Bajadera is produced commercially by the Kraš confectionery company of Zagreb, Croatia.[1]

Bajadera made by Kraš


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  1. ^ "Original Croatian". Archived from the original on November 5, 2012. Retrieved September 10, 2012.

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