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Hungarian pasta topped with semolina and apricot jam recipe (Grízes tészta)

2018-01-26T10:22:02+00:00

Hungairan pasta topped with semolina and apricot jam (Grízes tészta) This is another unusual sweet main dish, we normally serve it after a one-pot soup. Pasta dishes are a very important and unique part of Hungarian cooking, there are sweet recipes as well as savory creations. This dish is really quite easy to make, [...]

Hungarian summer green pea soup with pinched noodles (Zöldborsó leves)

2016-06-08T21:15:19+00:00

Cook Hungarian green pea soup (Zöldborsó leaves) and welcome a little summer into your kitchen with fresh vegetables. The green peas are in season from June to end of July. This soup is most delicious with the freshest peas you can find, but of course sometimes those will be ones from the freezer. It is [...]

Hungarian Cooking class / Vegetarian Class

2016-06-06T14:42:06+00:00

What better way to discover Hungary than through its food and take a hands-on home cooking class in Budapest? Our private Hungarian cooking class gives you an in-depth experience of Hungarian cooking and an insight into authentic local life. Food has always provided a way for travelers to connect with local cultures and a hands-on [...]

Hungarian Layered Savoy Cabbage Casserole Recipe (Rakott Kelkáposzta)

2018-11-27T14:39:42+00:00

Hungarian layered savoy cabbage casserole (Rakott kelkáposzta) is also a traditional Hungarian recipe, a real comfort food. The salty cabbage, the paprika mince and the rice go together extremely well, the sour cream makes it creamy. It’s all about the marriage of flavors. Fortunately the cabbage is available all year around, so you can [...]

Goulash soup

2016-05-19T10:03:49+00:00

Hungarian goulash soup- Anywhere in the world if you say the word goulash, people think of another word: Hungarian Gulyás is primarily a soup, also existing as stew. The preparation of the goulash soup starts exactly the same way as of a stew but then more water is added, plus vegetables, a few carrots, parsley [...]

How to use paprika in cooking?

2016-04-24T13:38:32+00:00

Paprika, the spice of Hungary. The main characteristic of the traditional Hungarian kitchen is paprika, without any doubt. Paprika facts: - Paprika powder is produced by grinding the dried, deep red paprika pods of the pepper plant (Capsicum annum L. is the botanical name). - Although paprika is the symbol of Hungary’s cuisine, the plant was brought to the country by the Turks [...]

Hungarian Cottage Cheese Dumplings Recipe (Túrógombóc)

2017-03-20T12:19:19+00:00

Hungarian cottage cheese dumplings (Túrógombóc) are simply heaven if you are a fan of not too sweet desserts. It is very easy to make, the cottage cheese balls are coated with toasted breadcrumbs, served with sour cream and powdered sugar. Instead of cottage cheese you can use farmer’s cheese or fresh ricotta. It's flavor will [...]

Hungarian nokedli noodles with scrambled eggs recipe (Tojásos nokedli)

2016-04-22T09:27:37+00:00

Hungarian nokedli noodles with scrambled eggs (Tojásos nokedli) is a simple and delicious vegetarian spring summer dish. Easy, ready in 15 minutes, perfect for lunch or dinner if you are too lazy to cook anything else. The nokedli noodles (spaetzle) are made from a home made noodle dough (eggs, water and plain flour).cYou can add [...]

Deep-fried Hungarian style meatballs with potato stew (Fasírt krumplifőzelékkel)

2016-04-20T20:03:37+00:00

Deep-fried Hungarian style meatballs (Fasírt) are very easy to make, scrumptious and perfect for a party or a buffet. Also, they are eaten either with vegetable stews (I prefer potato stew) as a simple dish, or with white bread as a sandwich. Not to mention, kids totally love them! Traditionally it is made with pork, [...]