Lithuanian cucumbers and honey are called agurkai su medum. This simple combination was actually invented by Jogailia, the Grand Duke of Lithuania. A recipe that is super simple and delicious. I had never thought of combining cucumbers with honey but it is honestly somewhat addicting. We really enjoyed it as a starter on a hot summer day as part of Lithuanian meal. The food is quite hardy generally speaking so this was a light lovely way to begin our meal with a dish that dates back to the Gothic period. Today this dish is common throughout eastern Europe. Enjoy!
- 2 baby cucumbers
- 2 tablespoons honey
- Use a fork to scrape the sides of the cucumbers and then slice (the scrape makes the cucumbers almost look like flowers)
- Arrange on a plate
- Drizzle honey over the cucumbers, You can heat up the honey to make this task easier if you honey is not very liquid