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Meze refers to a series of small dishes enjoyed as an appetizer or snack in the Balkans, Western Asia, and North Africa. Often enjoyed with alcoholic drinks, it’s widely consumed throughout the Balkan Peninsula where it can be made with a variety of different components.
In Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro for example, meze platters can be made with kajmak, ajvar, salami, suho or suvo meso (cured pork or beef), kulen (paprika-flavored cured sausage), and various pastries.
In southern Croatia, Herzegovina, and Montenegro, more Mediterranean forms of cured meat like pršut and pancetta are common.
In Bulgaria, meze often includes Lukanka (spicy sausage) and Sujuk (dry and spicy sausage).