Hungarian Egg Drop Soup With Potato Dumplings Hungarian egg drop soup is a very simple, tasty and nourishing starter. It is done in 10 minutes, you can serve it with potato dumplings seasond with smoked bacon to make it more filling. If you are looking for a cheap, quick and delicious recipe, try [...]
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Sweet vanilla-butter rolls - Ferdinánd rolls This is a classic Hungarian dessert that comes from the coutryside, a town called Karcag. Soft and cripsy, lots of vanilla and butter. You can have it with a cup of milk or coffee, also goes will with a thnin vanilla custard. Ingredients 4 cups of all purpose [...]
Hungarian mushroom soup (Magyaros gombaleves) What makes this Hungarian mushroom soup so delicious and unique? Chunks of mushrooms with authentic Hungarian sweet paprika and lots of sour cream. It is not a cream soup, done in 30 minutes and it is made with homemade noodles! Ingredients For the Hungarian mushroom soup: 600 grams of [...]
Classic Butter Cookies Recipe - Vajas Keksz Classic butter cookies are one of those cookies that everyone loves. The homemade version is way better than what you would find in the grocery stores. They keep well longer than most cookies, crisp and tender with rich butter flavor. You can’t go wrong with this recipe. [...]
Hungarian apple fritters, Alma pongyolában Everybody loves these crunchy, sweet apple fritters, such a delicious fruit dessert. Easy to make and can be ready in just 30 minutes. Ingredients 5-6 apples 2 egg yolks 1 egg white 1.5 cup of all purpose flour Some extra flour to sprinkle the apple pieces 1 heaping tablespoon [...]
Hungarian Cottage Cheese Pasta Recipe - Túrós Csusza Túrós csusza is a traditional Hungarian pasta dish, a simple but filling meal, one of my favorites ever, I am a huge fan of the crispy smoked bacon fat. You can find it on restaurants menus, and also favored by students for its simplicity and low [...]
Hungarian mushroom paprika recipe, Gombapaprikás Hungarian mushroom paprika is a vegetarian dish, it is cooked exactly the same way as the famous chicken paprika, but we use mushrooms instead of chicken. This could be made with any kind of mushrooms, but it is best if you use different types at the same time. I [...]
Hungarian Rigó Jancsi (Chocolate Mousse) Cake Recipe It is a traditional Hungarian cube-shaped chocolate sponge cake and chocolate cream dessert. It gained popularity in the former Austria-Hungary and is named after Rigó Jancsi (1858–1927), a famous Hungarian Gypsy (Romani people) violinist. It was not at all so easy to find a proper recipe, so [...]
Hungarian Jókai Bean Soup - Jókai Bableves Hungarian Jókai bean soup is one of the most popular comfort foods in Hungary. It was named after our famous Hungarian writer Mór Jókai, because he was a big fan of this soup. A slowly cooked soup with smoked meat, beans, vegetables and noodles – a satisfying [...]
Hungarian semolina dumpling soup recipe, Grízgaluska leves Hungarian semolina dumpling soup is one of the our favorite Sunday soups. The dumplings are floating in a bowl of homemade chicken, beef or vegetable soup. Making those fluffy dumplings is always a challenge, you have to figure out the right egg-semolina ratio, find the fine balance [...]
Hungarian Chicken Paprika with Nokedli Noodles If there is food served in Heaven, I am sure this is on the menu! This recipe for Hungarian chicken paprika will not disappoint. You can create this meal to satisfy a hungry family of 4.You will need chicken, vegetable oil or lard, lots of onions, salt, sweet [...]
Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage Rolls (Töltött Káposzta) Winter is the season for hearty Hungarian dishes. Cabbage is a favorite winter food that can be prepared in many delicious ways. Hungarian stuffed cabbage rolls are one of the most popular classics and it usually makes the Christmas and New Year's Eve menus in most homes. Preparation [...]
Hungarian Ribboned Carnival Doughnut (Farsangi Fánk) February is the awaited carnival season in Hungary. There is no celebration without some form of the deep fried sugary goodness of donut, it can be also regarded as a symbol of farewell winter feasts. There are lots of different types, the most popular one is also called [...]
Hungarian Walnut Strudel (Diós Rétes)Strudel is a type of layered pastry with a filling that is usually sweet.The traditional strudel pastry dough is very elastic. It is made from flour with a high gluten content, water, lard, vinegar, salt and egg, with no sugar added. The dough is worked vigorously, rested, and then rolled out [...]