Pljeskavica refers to a Balkan sausage made of mutton, pork and veal. Among the Balkan countries enjoying this dish are Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro and Macedonia. Pljeskavica can also be found in Slovenia, Hungary, Romania, and Bulgaria.

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