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Place of originSlovakia
Main ingredientsHalušky, sauerkraut
Strapačky a halušky.jpg

Strapačky is a Slovak dish, similar to bryndzové halušky where the base compound of the dish is halušky (dumplings); however, instead of bryndza, stewed sauerkraut is used.[1] Residents of Veňarec, located in Hungary approximately 80 kilometers from Budapest, have held a Festival of Strapačky every September almost 40 years. Ethnic Slovaks from all over Hungary compete for prizes at the festival.[2] In Hungarian, strapačky is called sztrapacska.[citation needed]


  1. ^ Spectator Staff (3 February 2014), "Traditional Slovak Food", The Slovak Spectator, retrieved 22 June 2018
  2. ^ Zuzana Vilikovská (31 May 2010), "16th Bryndzové Halušky Championship arrives", The Slovak Spectator, retrieved 22 June 2018

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