Styrian sour soup
TypeSour soup
Place of originSlovenia
Region or stateLower Styria
Main ingredientsPork parts, potatoes, onions, garlic, marjoram, thyme, parsley, black pepper, salt, apple or wine vinegar

Styrian sour soup (Slovene: Štajerska kisla juha) is a sour soup that originates from Lower Styria.

Styrian sour soup was a staple at koline, the biggest secular festival, and become a synonymous with late-night parties. It was typically served at nuptials after midnight.[1]

See also


  1. ^ Taste Slovenia. Bogataj Janez, 2007. Rokus Gifts. ISBN 978-961-6531-39-9