In the Czech Republic, pork ears are not a typical form of appetizers in restaurants, but their consumption is much more common abroad. In Spain, I encountered this dish on the menu of two Michelin-starred establishments. In Bulgaria, they can also be found, and are a popular delicacy, especially for consuming with alcohol.
Before consumption, the pork ear is always boiled first. In the Staria Chinar restaurant in Varna, it is then coated in a spice mixture and grilled until crispy. It is served with a garlic sauce. This snack costs approximately 4.40 EUR.
Would you try grilled pork ear as a Bulgarian starter?
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