What it is: The Hungarian version of crépes. Popular types include Hortobágyi, filled with ground meat, fried onion, and topped with a sour cream/paprika sauce, and Gundel, filled with ground walnuts, raisins, and rum and topped with dark chocolate sauce. Yep. Why it's awesome: Slightly thicker than its French counterpart, palacsinta is less prone to tear when containing richer fillings (see above). More to eat = more to love!Get a recipe [here].