Karađorđeva steak

Karađorđeva steak, the brilliant invention of a Serbian cook

Loved in Serbia and across the globe. The Karađorđeva steak, or as it is also popularly called “a girl’s dream”, is a dish created by chance but a dish that managed to win over many hearts. There are a couple of ways to make the Karađorđeva steak. Here’s one of them!


  • 800 g of pork or veal fillet
  • 80–90 g of seasoned kajmak
  • 30 g flour
  • An egg
  • 30 g bread crumbs
  • oil
  • salt

Slice the fillet so that you get a sizeable steak. Pound the meat until it is thin and soft on both sides. Make one edge of the steak thinner so that it could stick easily one the meat is rolled up. Spread kajmak along the thicker edge and roll the meat into a cylinder shape. Coat the stuffed meat with flour and remove the excess flour. Then dip it into the beaten egg on all sides and then in the bread crumbs. Then roll the meat on a clean surface so that the bread crumbs stick better. Fry in hot oil until golden yellow.

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