Pork with Paprika, Mushrooms, and Sour Cream – Kalyn's Kitchen
Pork with Paprika, Mushrooms, and Sour Cream. Made it last night, super good!
Ever since I made Hungarian Chicken for the first time (after coming across it in an old church cookbook), it's been a family and company favorite. Seconds are always requested. My husband, our three children (4, 2 and 4 months—quite an active group!) and I live in a very small town in the Texas panhandle. We enjoy working outside the yard or our small garden. But, to tell you the truth, I think I'd be content in the kitchen all day!
Hungarian farmers bread
Inspired by a post that Ben made on his blog “What’s Cooking” about homemade bread I realized I had never really made my own bread. I had done it only once with one of those packages you can buy in the supermarket. The only thing you need to add is water and the rest is …
Kolozsvári savanyúkáposzta-leves 🍴
Hozzávalók 6-8 személyre: 🍴 50 dkg húsos kolozsvári szalonna 🍴 2–3 evőkanál olaj 🍴 1 nagyobb vöröshagyma 🍴 4–5 gerezd fokhagyma 🍴 1 k…
Hungarian Style Spinach (Magyaros Spenotfozelek) Recipe - Food.com
Make and share this Hungarian Style Spinach (Magyaros Spenotfozelek) recipe from Food.com.
Hungarian Potato Pasta - Krumplis Tészta - Culinary Hungary
Hungarian potato pasta (Krumplis tészta), traditional, budget-friendly, simple, delicious, no meat dish, even vegans can have it if you use no egg pasta
Hungarian Egg Drop Soup (Tojásleves) Recipe - Culinary Hungary
Hungarian egg drop soup is a tasty and super satisfying starter, a quick and inexpensive meal. It consists of an onion blond roux, eggs, ground caraway seeds and sweet paprika powder which gives it a nice flavor and color. Some recipes call for vinegar, I prefer making this soup without it. Recipe Ingredients for 4 […]
Raspberry Whipped Cream-Filled Sponge Roll Is Exquisite
Hungarian Raspberry Cream Roll or malna piskotatekercs is made with a rolled sponge cake filled with raspberry jam, fresh raspberries, and whipped cream.
Hungarian Food - Bean Soup a la Jokai (Jókai Bableves)
Named after the 19th century Hungarian novelest, Mor Jokai, this hearty soup contains a smoked pork hock, smoked sausage, parsips, carrots and of course beans. When finished, it is garnished with sour cream and served with little pinched dumplings called csipetke.