Outlaw’s soup is a tasty and hearty dish of the Hungarian cuisine. This soup can be made with several meats and vegetables; because of its various ingredients outlaw’s soup is prepared otherwise in the different regions of the country. That’s why you can see outlaw’s soup recipes from the Alföld, Mátra, Bakony or Transylvania. Its origin isn’t clearly known, but the outlaws of the 18-19th century probably cooked something like that using what they found in the bundle or in the pantry.
A bunch of dishes have been named after Bakony, the largest part of the Transdanubian Mountains. Those foods have one thing in common: they all contain mushrooms. Wild mushrooms are the best choice if they are available, but cultivated musroom varieties can be good too.