Pork rib roast with paprika-onion dumplings

by | Dec 4, 2020 | Meat dishes

This pork rib roast recipe comes from Galgahévíz, a small village in Pest county. It’s a heavy meal, so in order to enjoy it, you need to have an empty stomach, good appetite and some pills that aid digestion.

I have made only a few changes to the original recipe. I left out caraway seeds from the spice blend that is used to season the pork ribs, I added oil to the dry rub, and I also added an egg to the potato dough.

Pork rib roast with paprika-onion dumplings
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