Monthly Archive: November 2015

Fried liver with onion

Fried liver with onion

Liver is often avoided, but it can actually be very flavorful and enjoyable if it’s cooked right. This offal is a rich source of various nutrients which are very important for human health. It’s...

Hungarian goulash soup

Hungarian goulash soup

Goulash is one of the Hungarian national dishes and a symbol of the country. Originally I didn’t want to post its recipe because I thought everyone can make it, but while browsing the web...

Hungarian rice pudding souffle

Rizskoch – Hungarian rice pudding souffle

Rizskoch is a turbo version of the normal rice pudding, a kind of souffle improved by adding eggs to it. As a first step you have to make a rice pudding, and once it’s...

Chocolate walnut slices

Chocolate-walnut slices

The recipe of these supernal chocolate-walnut slices is more than 60 years old, my granny left it to us in her cookbook. Walnut is a popular ingredient of pastries baked during the fall-winter season...

Lentil soup with tarragon

Lentil soup with tarragon

Though lentils were considered as a food of poor for a long time, now they are integral part of everyday consumption, regardless of the finanacial situation. In Hungary lentils are usually prepared as a...

Coconut cubes

Hungarian coconut cubes

Coconut isn’t a typical Hungarian ingredient, but there are a few Hungarian recipes that call for shredded coconut. One of those is coconut cubes. Many people think, wrongly, that those cubes are made of...