Traditional Latvian Foods 
Party Ideas
For more information on Latvian Food and all the "facts" about Latvia, visit our special website:
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Riga and Latvian Foods
Latvian Cookbook - 1000 receipes
Basically, Latvian food consists of chicken & pork fillets battered in egg and deep fried served with traditional dark rye bread and lots and lots of salads and fresh vegetables. Most of the salads are like a basic potato salad made with various chopped meats (smoked chicken & pork) and vegetables. Most of the salads use a cream based dressing rather than a mayonnaise base.

Latvian Bacon Buns (PÓr‚gi)

These buns can be used as appetizers, as part of a light lunch (with, say, a cup of bouillon), or as part of a party table. They are best straight from the oven, but can be frozen and re-heated. They are absolutely delicious! - more -

Latvian Rye Bread

Served with fresh real butter is wonderful served with tea!

Latvian Full Course Meal

Latvian meals are always served with bread of some type. Beef steaks, pork chops with green salad and potatoes on any type are served in many restaurants and at home.

Salads  are a part of Latvian Daily Life

Salads of all types, sizes shapes and creative designs are eaten for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks.

Latvian sweets & baked goods

Then of course you need the sweets which Latvia is famous for. You have to have a cake or torte, sugar cookies, lots of chocolate and simple Danish style small round breakfast pastries. - more -

You may buy some Traditional Latvian Bread delivered to your home from our "partner" The Baltic Shop"  http://www.balticshop.com/


 

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