Cevapi (ćevapi) or, as they are also called Cevapсici, are small sausages from chopped pork and beef with lots of onion and spices. Usually they are grilled, but can also be cooked at home in a frying pan. And, most surprisingly, you will not find the cevapi of the same taste. Each institution has its own recipe. It is recommended to drink beer or dunja - a strong alcoholic drink made of quince with cevapi.
Cevapi can be bought as a semi-finished product in any supermarket or "Mesara" ("meat shop" in Montenegrin). In some places you can ask to cook them directly on the spot (in Montenegro this is called "cook on rostilj"). The preparation of any purchased meat in rostilj in different shops of Montenegro costs differently: from 0.5 to 1 euro per kilogram or completely free!
In a restaurant or cafe, Cevapcici are served with a kaimak (a delicate but very fatty dairy product something between sour cream and butter), or with aivar (vegetable paste), or with urnebes (cheese mixed with hot pepper and garlic), or with onion . Usually baked potatoes, french fries, grilled vegetables or vegetable salad (shopska salad) are ordered with cevapcici.
Cevapcici are prepared both in restaurants and in tents "fast food".
In Montenegro, cevapi are served in all cafes and restaurants, and you can order them home, at work or anywhere else via the FoodyClub.me food delivery site.
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