Every year in the picturesque village of Kazár, nestled in Nógrád county, locals and visitors alike come together to celebrate the beloved tradition of kazári laska during the Kazár Laska Festival. This unique culinary delight has become an important part of the village’s cultural heritage.
The Palóc people, residing in Kazár, form a vibrant folk group that adds a unique cultural touch to the community. They are deeply rooted in preserving age-old traditions, among others their culinary gems like kazári laska. Kazári laska is a kind of potato flatbread, rolled out into a thin circle and toasted in a dry frying pan. The flatbreads are generously filled with either cottage cheese, ground poppy seeds or walnuts, and rolled up similar to palacsinta.