Bulgarian Lutenitsa! Lutenitsa is Bulgarian, not Russian specialty, but it was a very popular imported product in Russia during the Soviet times.It’s made in the end of the summer. In Bulgaria, Lyutenitsa comes in a jar and is often used as a spread on toast and breads. It is also popularly eaten with many meats, meatballs and kebapcheta. Most households will have this in their house all year and it is a cherished favorite by many.