Kepta Duona


bread, butter, garlic, cheese

Kepta duona is a popular Lithuanian dish that translates to "fried bread" in English. It is a simple yet delicious appetizer or snack often served in restaurants, bars, and at home gatherings throughout Lithuania.

To make kepta duona, thick slices of dark rye bread are typically used. The bread is sliced into manageable pieces and then fried or toasted until golden and crispy. Some recipes call for frying the bread in oil or butter, while others may use the oven …

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Created May 6, 2024 by: itisclaudio

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