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You have to taste these traditional dishes if you visit the Balaton region! Don't miss it!
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Cooked sausage with mustard and bread! Typical beach/street food.

Hungarian Sült kolbász or cooked sausage is the sort of street stall food you may encounter at festivals or beach stands in Hungary. Spicy to begin with, these things are even better with mustard!

Fröccs. This mix of wine and soda water is a favourite way to cool off in a Hungarian heatwave.

Fröccs Retro style in Hungary. This mix of wine and soda water is a favourite way to cool off in a Hungarian heatwave.

Hungarian salami and sausages

Hungarian salami and sausages

Somloi galuska. Typical Hungarian dessert - very tasty. It originated in the town of Somló and thus the translation is often a bit odd- you will see such treats as "dish of somló" or "delicacy of somló"

Typical Hungarian dessert - very tasty. It originated in the town of Somló and thus the translation is often a bit odd- you will see such treats as "dish of somló" or "delicacy of somló"

This is what the Hungarians call palacsinta. it is a pancake, but a very thin one, like a french crepe. Filled with chocolate sauce, fruit, sweet cottage cheese etc.

This is what the Hungarians call palacsinta. it is a pancake, but a very thin one, like a french crepe. Filled with chocolate sauce, fruit, sweet cottage cheese etc.

Pálinka....just try it. :)

The essence of fruits - Hungarian Pálinka source: Program Deluxe

Málnaszörp (by slynevem) - Raspberry syrup with soda - refreshing and delicious drink

Málnaszörp (by slynevem) - Raspberry syrup with soda - refreshing and delicious drink

Near the Balaton lake you HAVE to eat a good bowl of fish soup/stew! Complete with a sizeable chunk of fish in a spicy bath.

On my list to try :D Hungarian Fisheman's Soup aka. 'halászlé' – fish soup with freshwater fish and lots of paprika

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