Slovenian Gastronomy - Fish in Savor - Set
Slovenian Gastronomy - Fish in Savor - Set for only GBP £1.10
The brand concludes the series in which we presented selected culinary characteristics in all 24 gastronomic regions of Slovenia. Both dishes on the stamp characterize the Slovenian part of Istria. Fish in šavor is a way of marinating fish or (na) šavor. Smaller blue fish, such as sardines, anchovies, menolas, trills and others, are particularly suitable for this form of preparation. The dish belongs to the old Venetian dishes and was originally a naval fishing dish. Due to the longer stay at sea, the fish were fried and marinated in vinegar and onions, which extended their edibility. The dish is supposedly first mentioned around 1300. Some authors hypothetically consider it to be even older.