Idrijski žlikrofi are traditional Slovenian dumplings that originate from Idrija. They are made from dough with potato filling and are often served either as a side dish to meat or on their own, in which case they are topped with breadcrumbs. The recipe dates back to the mid 19th century and remains one of the most popular Slovenian dishes. Žlikrofi were awarded a protected geographical status in 2010, the first Slovenian dish to do so.
|Place of origin||Slovenia|
|Region or state||Idrija|
|Main ingredients||Flour, eggs, potatoes, lard|
- Strategija razvoja gastronomije Slovenije. Maribor: Univerza v Mariboru. 2006.
- Adamlje, Slavko (1995). Slovenska kuhinja. Ljubljana: Mladinska knjiga. p. 123.
- Prešeren, Polona. "Idrijski žlikrofi - a true speciality of Idrija".
- "Idrijski žlikrofi tudi evropsko zaščiteni". 15 January 2010. Retrieved 23 June 2013.
|This Slovenia-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|