Montenegroâ€™s natural resources and location on the Adriatic has done more than just attract visitors to explore the varied landscape. It has also produced bountiful supplies of fresh fish, meat, vegetables and other tantalising produce, which, cooked using a mixture of traditional methods has put Montenegrin cuisine on the culinary map.
Traditional dishes in Montenegro are the result of both the countryâ€™s geographic position and its interesting history. Some would argue that traditional Montenegrin cooking has a slight Italian flair which can be seen in the way meats are cured, bread is baked, cheese is made and not forgetting spirits brewed.
When it comes to sweet delights, one of Montenegroâ€™s better known dishes is Priganice. These small airy doughnuts are prepared with flour, water, oil, salt and sugar and are traditionally served with honey, but Priganice can also be enjoyed as savoury dish.