|Place of origin||Croatia|
|Main ingredients||Nougat, almonds or hazelnuts or walnuts|
Bajadera (Croatian pronunciation: [bajaděːra]) is a praline from nougat which is enriched with almond, hazelnuts from the species of Corylus avellana or walnuts from the Juglans species which gives it a specific and recognizable taste.
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Bajadera refers to the commercial preparation of bajadera by the Kraš confectionery company of Zagreb, Croatia. Bajadera produced by Kraš has been approved to carry the label of 'Original Croatian' Izvorno hrvatsko issued by Croatian Chamber of Economy:
Bajadera is a supreme dessert of unique composition made from high quality ingredients the origin of which is strictly controlled. Bajadera is unique due to the original and protected Kraš recipe according to which sugar with almonds and hazelnuts is treated in a special way. Apart from enjoyment which it gives at consumation it also has a nutritive value. Hazelnuts and almond, basic ingredients of Bajadera are good in prevention of heart diseases, they reduce cholesterol and contain dietary fibres. Bajadera is the best sold and by consumers highest rated dessert in Croatia, but it is also known and well accepted in foreign markets. Today almost half of total produced quantity is placed in foreign markets. For its quality and uniqueness Bajadera was awarded many international and home prizes.
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- Bajadera has a long-term Croatian Quality and Croatian Creation mark awarded by Croatian Chamber of Economy
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