The Dep is delighted to welcome back The Boz, Ksenija Hotic for more of her fabulous Bosinan Sarme (Cabbage Rolls), served with Maslenica (homemade bread). As someone of Eastern European descent, I can tell you that these babies are as good as they get.
Smoked Meat Plate
Thin slices of home-smoked beef (Pasturma) and cured beef & lamb sausage (Sudzuk) with homemade pickled garden veggies salad.
Sarme & Maslenica
A classic dish across the Balkans, cabbage rolls (sarme) with stuffed meat, rice and spices rolled in pickled cabbage and slow cooked until incredibly tender and delicious. Served with a slice of gigantic Bosnian traditional bread (maslenica).
Delicate baked sweets made with thin, buttery phyllo pastry, walnuts and honey, the Bosnian version is outrageously delicious.
Ksenija Hotic‘s involvement with food starts in Bosnia in her grandmother’s kitchen and her father’s foraging trips in the woods. It leads through Berlin and all the way up to the Toronto Underground Market, where she is part of the team behind this innovative showcase for alternative culinary talent. An enthusiastic gardener, foodie and photographer, Ksenija is combining her love for cooking and her family’s heritage for this dinner of traditional Bosnian recipes.
Every Friday The Depanneur is an ‘open mic’ night for culinary talent in TO, where we invite guest cooks, amateur or professional, to come and make their favourite dishes.