Lángos (sült tészta) „33 magyar étel, amit az egész világnak ismernie és szeretnie kéne: az országunk kicsi, de az ételeink tüzesek″ – ezzel a címmel készített listát a Buzzfeed. Az első három helyre a lángos, a gulyás és a a palacsinta került,

32 Hungarian Foods The Whole World Should Know And Love

I went to Romania in 2005 and finally found a recipe for these delicious wonders!!!!

Hungarian Kiffles Kiffles are traditional Hungarian cookies made from cream cheese dough and filled with various flavors of pastry filling. They're delicate, rich and a beautiful addition to any holiday cookie platter.

Csokis-diós kekszsüti 20 perc alatt – Megcsináltam, és isteni finom. Ajánlom mindenkinek!

Nejjednodušší NEPEČENÉ řezy

Csokis-diós kekszsüti 20 perc alatt – Megcsináltam, és isteni finom. Ajánlom mindenkinek!

food and thrift: Töpörtyüs Pogácsa-Hungarian (crackling) Biscuits

food and thrift: Töpörtyüs Pogácsa-Hungarian (crackling) Biscuits. I will make this tasty hungarian scone when I have 5 hrs. We use sour cream instead of yogurt but am open to trying it this way.

Mandy kertje és konyhája: Piskótatekercs

Mandy kertje és konyhája: Piskótatekercs

Gebakken appeltjes met creme fraiche is bij ons een gewild nagerecht, je kunt de creme fraiche ook door romige kwark, mon chou of tejföl vervangen. Tejföl is een Hongaars roomproduct wat in verschillende winkels in Nederland te koop is, het resultaat van het recept is dan zeer goed vind ik. Er valt dus voldoende te experimenteren, voor ieder wat wils smaken verschillen nu eenmaal.

Crème fraîche is a soured cream. It is soured with bacterial culture, but is less sour than U.-style sour cream, and has a lower viscosity and a higher fat content.

Pörkölt (meat stew): A pastoral stew made of meat (often beef or chicken gizzards), tomato, paprika, and onions, usually served with a side of Hungarian noodles called nokedli. Pörkölt is often cooked outside, over fire in a bogrács, which is a traditional —and heavy— Hungarian metal pot. Throw in a few friends, a loaf of great bread and some wine, and it’s the anchor for one great garden party.

Pörkölt (meat stew): A pastoral stew made of meat (often beef or chicken gizzards), tomato, paprika, and onions, usually served with a side of Hungarian noodles called nokedli. Pörkölt is often cooked outside, over fire in a bogrács, which is a traditional —and heavy— Hungarian metal pot. Throw in a few friends, a loaf of great bread and some wine, and it’s the anchor for one great garden party.

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