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Potica

Potica is an original traditional Slovene dessert. As a festive pastry, it is always on the table at Easter. It also smells like potica at Christmas and on other festive occasions. It complements the regular family gathering excellently. It is made from risen dough and traditional walnut filling, to which raisins can be added. Tarragon, poppy seeds, etc. fillings are also prepared in other regions of Slovenia.

WALNUT POTICA

Potica has the same name in all languages. In English, it is also called potica. This is because the English, as well as all others baking it have learned how to prepare, roll and bake it in Slovenia so that they too can enjoy its wonderful smell. At any rate, potica tastes good – better than anything in the world. This is a Slovene proverb confirmed by anyone who tastes it and then adopts it as theirs. Potica can contain a variety of fillings. Walnut filling is the most common and this is certainly the most common type of potica on the table during holidays in Slovenia.

Average nutritional value per 100g
Energy value 1639 kJ / 393 kcal
Fats 23 g
- of this saturated fat 5,0 g
Carbohydrates 38 g
- of these sugars 17 g
Dietary fiber 3,2 g
Protein 7,3 g
Salt 0,42 g

POTICA

Potica is usually made from leavened dough prepared from white flour. The dough for sweet potica can also be prepared from buckwheat or other flours. Potica can contain a variety of fillings. Walnut filling is the most common and this is certainly the most common type of potica on the table during holidays in Slovenia. You can also try using a different filling, for example, tarragon, poppyseed or a chocolate filling. Raisin and carob potica, potica with dried plums as well as vanilla, cocoa and many other poticas are widely known.

Average nutritional value per 100g

SMALL FESTIVE WALNUT POTICA 500 g

Potica has the same name in all languages. In English, it is also called potica. This is because the English as well as all others baking it have learned how to prepare, roll and bake it in Slovenia so that they too can enjoy its wonderful smell. At any rate, potica tastes good – better than anything else in the world. This is a Slovene proverb confirmed by anyone who tastes it and then adopts it as theirs. The small festive walnut potica with a rich filling is hand-made and neatly packed in festive packaging.

Average nutritional value per 100g
Energy value 1639 kJ / 393 kcal
Fats 23 g
- of this saturated fat 5,0 g
Carbohydrates 38 g
- of these sugars 17 g
Dietary fiber 3,2 g
Protein 7,3 g
Salt 0,42 g