Author: Eszter

Sauerkraut – The real multivitamin

Sauerkraut is a typical raw material of the Hungarian cuisine, ingredient of several Hungarian dishes. Sauerkraut is finely sliced cabbage that has been fermented by various lactic acid bacteria. Mankind has been growing cabbage...

Sunflower shaped sweet bread

This sweet bread is not only breathtakingly beautiful, but its taste is also heavenly. It isn’t as difficult to prepare it as it seems. Ingredients: For the dough: 660 g (~5 1/4 cups) flour...

Chicken (or Duck) Soup with Quince

This soup is a less common form of using quince in our country. It can be made from chicken or duck. A very unusual taste for those who only know the quince cream soup,...

Quince Paste

Quince is one of the most divisive fruits: you love or hate it, but you can’t be indifferent to it. 40-50 types of quince trees are grown worlwide, 10-15 types are well-known in Hungary,...

Kugler Cake

As I mentioned in the previous post, Henrik Kugler was the renowned confectioner of Budapest in the 19th century. The cream of the Hungarian aristocracy, as well as artists, writers spent the afternoons in...

Zserbó

Zserbó / Gerbeaud Slice

Gerbeaud slice is named after the world-famous confectionery, Café Gerbeaud, which is situated at Vörösmarty square 7 in Budapest. It’s one of the greatest and most traditional café-confectioneries in Europe. The legend of Gerbeaud...

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