Kadun Butic also called or known as Kadun Butici refers to a traditional Bosnian dish made up of three (3) types of minced meat (lamb meat calf meat, veal or beef) made into a meat balls and can be served on a cinnamon stick and usually seasoned with a lemon juice.



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