Polenta (bela in rumena) (Yellow and white Polenta) refers to one of the staple foods of Slovenia. Polenta which is made from white and yellow corn flour is not an original dish of Slovenia, that was once food for the poor, but became a staple food that substituted bread at most meals. Polenta remains an important part of the everyday foods of Slovenia serves as a main course and as a warm or cold side dish served with various meat and vegetable dishes.

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