Shop, Cook and eat "Sarma"

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Food and drink
3 hours
Offered in English and Serbian
what's included
Glass of wine
what's the plan
What is SARMA?
Sarma is a traditional Serbian dish that never gets old, cabbage leaves stuffed with a mixture of mince, rice and spices.
We will start by visiting the Bajlonijeva pijaca market, my favorite farmers′ market in the heart of the historical centre of Belgrade. This is one of the most vibrant places in Belgrade where my grandmother used to take me as a child. You can find all kind of goods here, especially colourful vegetables, fruits and flowers. We′ll select the freshest seasonal products together before heading to a nearby home to cook and eat our lunch.
meeting point
Bajlonijeva Pijaca market, main entrance
what time should we meet
Please inform me in advance of any food restrictions
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about your host
I started cooking at the age of six, when my grandma used to wake me up with the smell of homemade bread. I'm a dentist, but I dedicate all my free time to cooking for the ones I love.
cancellation policy
free cancellation up to 3 days before experience date
I was visiting Belgrade for a week so I really felt like doing something different than just sightseeing. I had a great time cooking with Ivana, but I must admit sarma is quite complicated dish to make, although very delicious. My advice: go hungry!

Ivana was the greatest host ever, kind, smiling, gentle and patient most of all! :) Learning how to prepare “sarma” was quite challenging but I really enjoyed it. I have already cooked it twice for my guests back home and they all loved it! Thank you Ivana! See you next time we visit Belgrade as you promised to teach how to prepare other local dishes. :)