【リトアニア料理 in 西葛西】アジアの都市ではなかなかお目にかかれない、リトアニア料理をJurgaさんと一緒に楽しもう！
My name is Jurga, I am lithuanian living in Tokyo. Me and my husband moved to Japan just this summer, where we'll be living for the next 3 years. A desire to travel encouraged us to seek for adventure and brought us far away from home - to Japan!
We love meeting new people and feel excellent in an international environment. Since I'm an enthusiastic cooker, I enjoy exploring different cultures' cuisines while travelling.
In my kitchen I use some ingredientes that are brought from my home country since it's really difficult or even impossible to find them in Japan. The fragrant herbs were collected by myself at Lithuanian forests and meadows at this summer. Some herbs are grown here in my balcony.
My kitchen is not a fancy one but you can expect to find it in a cozy home-style. Dinner is served in a traditional way with Lithuanian linen tablecloths and brown clay pialas made by myself. If you wish to discover more about this unique small country, I would be more than happy to introduce an admiring photo album of unseen nature spots, show Lithuanian famous things: linen, amber and baltic jewellery, woven bands.
I would love to invite you to our place and share some secrets of unique traditional Lithuanian cuisine!
Authentic Lithuanian cuisine is a true challenge to find in any Asian country. It's my pleasure to introduce the classic and most popular Lithuanian dishes that every Lithuanian just love! Lithuanian kitchen is rather simple but has a variety of interesting dishes. Potatoes, rye, various meats, milk products, beets, mushrooms are often used when preparing Lithuanian food. Classic Lithuanian dinner menu is as follows:
- Welcome Drink: Gira - Homemade kvass with caraway and raisins
- Soup: Šaltibarščiai - Cold beetroot soup served with hot potatoes (a.k.a. The Pink soup)
- Main Course: Žemaičių blynai - Potato pancakes filled with minced meat, served with cream and mushroom sauce
- Dessert: Tinginys - Popular Lithuanian dessert prepared with bisquits, cacao, butter and cream (looks like Salami)
- Lithuanian herbs tea
If you like trying new things, this will be an exciting experience!
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