You might also know this delicious dish as cevapcici or chevapchichi, which is a traditional food of the Balkans. From Serbia, Croatia to Bosnia and Macedonia, each South Eastern European country has its own spin on this dish. This version is most similar to the one I grew up eating at all of our family barbecues. If you haven’t heard of Ajvar before, it’s a condiment that can be used in many different ways - but I love it with pita bread, chevaps and sour cream. This makes a good amount of Ajvar, feel free to halve it if you like.
This recipe is exclusive to The Healthy Mix VI Cookbook
Tip: Roast your garlic for the Ajvar if it is extra strong or if you would like to have it last a couple of extra days!If you're unable to cook your chevaps with charcoal, try replacing the sweet paprika with smoked.