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  1. Hello!,
    Wonderful recipes my husband was longing for, since his mother passed away. Once travelling in Hungary we had in a restaurant a great Goulash served with an amazing kind of steamed bread, it was 3 slices os something like bread, white and very spongy, which captured in a wonderful way the goulash sauce. Do you have the recipe?. Or do you know the name of it?. It was something like “knedickly”……Thanks!!!!

  2. Hello from Canada as well. I am so pleased to have found your site. All of the recipes are authentic and exactly as I grew up enjoying. My grandmother used to make a dumpling that we would have with venison(or pork)paprika stew. I recall that some of the ingredients were semolina, bread cubes toasted in butter, minced onion, eggs and parsley. Have you heard of such a recipe?

    • Hi Jerry,

      On the basis of the ingredients you listed your grandmother might have made bread roll dumplings (zsemlegombóc). I have a similar recipe; it’s not exactly what you need, but as the recipe is not set in stone, you can reduce the amount of flour and replace with semolina, toast the bread cubes in butter instead of the oven and you can also mix some sautéed onions into the batter.

  3. Happy New Year from Canada! I’m so happy to have found your site. So many wonderful recipes, most familiar and some new ones to me. Looking forward to making crackling biscuits tomorrow. Thanks.

    • Hello Liz,
      Welcome to my site. It’s heartwarming to read that this recipe collection can fulfill its mission by reaching those who have Hungarian roots and/or Hungary related memories. I hope you will find some recipes to your taste.
      Happy New Year from Hungary!

  4. HI Eszter some really good selection of recipes in there !! Wow!Great job! is there any chance you have any rabbit stew recipes?

  5. Hi Eszter
    Thanks for your offer.
    Do you happen to have any recipe for Marha-vadas zsemlegomboccal recipe.

  6. Thank you for these wonderful recipes.
    I like to cook Hungarian food for my husband and father in law.
    His beautiful wife used to cook all the time and since she passed away I am experimenting a lot more.
    Tonight I made Porgacsa with the ground pork crackling.
    Let’s call it work in progress!!
    Cheers and thank you from Australia.

    • Hi Deb,
      Thank you for your kind words, I’m happy you stopped by. I share these recipes in order to keep the Hungarian traditions alive, and I hope some of them will help you recall pleasant family memories. Your feedbacks, opinions concerning any recipe are welcome, or if you need any help, don’t hesitate to contact me. Good luck on your journey discovering the Hungarian cuisine.

  7. Thank you for all these beautiful recipes.

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