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Ingredients: water salt flour oil salt yeast Instructions: In tepid, mildly salted water boil wheat dough, so that it is a little more compact than a mash. Put a little dough into well heated oil in a frying pan, so that it floats in grease. The dough should not rise. When the priganica is slightly... Continue Reading →


Ingredients: 1 kg of raštan (vegetable with hard green leaves) 400g of veal 2 dl of oil 150g of onions 80g of rice pepper and parsley as needed 200g of dry meat as needed Instructions: Separate fresh, good and young leaves of raštan from the stem and remove the thick part of the leaf. Wash... Continue Reading →

Smočani kačamak (Fatty porridge)

Ingredients: 1kg of potato 3 – 4 handfuls of wheat or maize flour watter 3 - 4 spoons of skorup (cream skimmed from milk) block of cheese One (1) kilo of peeled potato is cooked in salty water - put as much salt as you like. When the potato is almost completely cooked, without pouring... Continue Reading →


Olesia has a big passion for cooking as well. After escaping a war-torn country and finding refuge in Montenegro in 2015, she sought ways for making a living while managing to stay at home and look after her daughter and a baby boy. Since she was frequently baking cookies and preparing meals for her family... Continue Reading →

Raul (Cuba)

After fleeing political persecution in Cuba, Raul and his family are determined to build a new life and learn a new language in Montenegro. Raul has been living in Montenegro for almost a year, after fleeing political persecution in Cuba with his wife and two children. Eight months into their stay at a centre for... Continue Reading →

Soheil (Iran)

For refugees, integration into the local community can be a solution to their plight and a chance to build a new life. Montenegro placed integration high on the policy agenda, with the aim of rendering refugees economically productive and self-reliant, all the while programming assistance in a way that respects their dignity. When Soheil came... Continue Reading →

6th online meeting – Montenegro (22.- 23.3.2021)

Center for Democracy and Human Rights (CEDEM) organised the International Conference „Toward social cohesion through social inclusion of migrants“. The International Conference is part of the project “ALL IN: Pathways to belonging: From interculturAL dialogue to sociaL INclusion", which CEDEM implements under the Programme Europe for Citizens of the European Commission. The International Conference was... Continue Reading →

Youssef (Morocco)

Youssef came to Cyprus in October 2018 with a visitor’s card upon invitation of his sister who lives and works in Cyprus. He decided however that he could not find a sustainable job in Cyprus and close to his profession and thus decided to return to Morocco. Youssef returned to Rabat as there are more... Continue Reading →

Grape Leaves Aleppo

Ingredients: Original recipe yields 32 servings 1 cup uncooked white rice 2 pounds ground lamb 2 (16 ounce) jars grape leaves, drained and rinsed 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon ground black pepper 1 tablespoon ground allspice 6 cloves garlic, sliced 1 cup lemon juice 2 kalamata olives (Optional) Directions/Instructions Checklist 1.Soak rice in cold water,... Continue Reading →

Sharmin (Bangladesh)

Sharmin arrived in Cyprus in 2007 with a student visa to study business administration and in 2015 he managed to complete his MBA studies. In order to extend his stay in the country he applied for international protection. In the absence of interesting job opportunities and having missed his family, he decided to return to... Continue Reading →

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