Begova Corba, or Bey’s Soup in English, was an Ottoman favourite. Slow-cooked chicken and vegetables such as carrots, potatoes and celery, boil into a thick, creamy stew making a warm appetiser. Bey’s is often served with a sour cream or sauce in a clay bowl and locals cook and eat this soup especially during holidays and festivities.
It is served as a warm appetizer and is very common in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Traditionally, it is considered a festive meal and is often prepared during the holidays. Today, it is also an indispensable part of the gastronomic offer in Bosnia and Herzegovina. There is almost no traditional Bosnian cuisine restaurant that does not have its own Bey’s soup recipe.Read more