Banichka is another name of Banitsa, one of Bulgaria's foods made with pastry stuffed with goat cheese, fried, and served wrapped in paper. Banichka is one of the foods sold in the streets of Bulgaria and is a good breakfast dish as they are flaky, buttery and served warm with a perfect balance of salty and sweet taste.

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