Definition of potica in English:

potica

(also poticia, potitsa)

noun

  • In Balkan and East European (especially Slovene) cuisine: a bread with a rich filling (typically a spread of walnuts, eggs, sugar, and butter) around which the dough is rolled or twisted before baking, served especially on special occasions.

Origin

1920s; earliest use found in The American Mercury. From Slovene potica.

Pronunciation

potica

/pəʊˈtiːtsə/