Streets, squares and public parks are full of festive lights and ornaments. You can grab something delicious at one of the street food stands and choose between concerts, workshops and exibitions. Plus the whole program is zero waste, so you can even bring your own cup.
Known also as uštipci, pršurate, frite or prikle – it is a deep-fried sweet dough. In the past they were made specially on Christmas Eve. Depending on the origin of the recipe fritule also contain raisins, walnuts , almonds or pine nuts. They are seasoned with vanilla, lemon or orange zest, Maraschino liqueur, ground nutmeg, cloves or cinnamon. Although today you can eat fritule with various toppings such as chocolate or caramel syrup, originally they were sprinkled only with sugar. They are best when eaten warm, not cold nor too hot.
You can find out more about traditional Dalmatian sweet in our other blog post.