Monthly Archive: September 2014

Potato dumplings with bryndza

Potato dumplings with bryndza

Although Bryndzové halusky is actually a Slovak dish, the recipe can’t be omitted from my list. The Slovaks are the third largest minority in Hungary, according to the estimates of minority organisations, there are about...

Zsemle

Zsemle

Beside bakery crescent zsemle or Hungarian bun is the other  fundamental bakery product in Hungary.  Nevertheless finding good zsemle in the stores is almost perfectly impossible, as hard as finding good bread. Things are...

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Plum coffeecake with cinnamon sour cream

In Hungary the most common fruit tree is plum tree. Two plum trees fall to every Hungarian citizens, their number mounts up to 25% of the country’s fruit trees. As the national drink Pálinka...

Kohlrabi_soup

Kohlrabi soup

Kohlrabi is a cultivar of cabbage, grown throughout the whole year. It can be eaten raw as well as cooked. It contains vitamin C, vitamin B1, B2 and B6, calcium, potassium, magnesium, iron, lime...

Salty crescents

Salty crescents – Sós kifli

In Hungary most people choose some kind of bakery product for breakfast, salty crescent or sós kifli is among the most popular ones. Salty crescents can bring on nostalgia, especially the members of the...

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Homemade vegetable seasoning blend

I know onyl a few things that divide people more than food seasonings and bouillon cubes. They are said to add flavour to dishes by enriching the meals’ aroma. Some believe that they have...

Körözött

Körözött – Hungarian cheese spread

The main ingredient of körözött was originally Liptauer or liptói túró, a sheep-milk based cheese. Liptó was a county of Hungary until the end of WWI. Liptó got disannexed from Hungary in 1919, and...