Hungarian Snacks

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

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

Cafe Gerbeaud, Budapest. HU.-

Cafe Gerbeaud, Budapest. HU.-

hungarian chocolate snail

hungarian chocolate snail

Lángos, Hungarian Street Food, flatbread topped with sour cream, cheese, and garlic butter

Lángos, Hungarian Street Food, flatbread topped with sour cream, cheese, and garlic butter

The best european street food? Hungary's Kurtoskalacs or Funnel Cakes: this traditional pasty is prepared by rolling it on a piece of wood before it goes in the oven. (or on a revolving spit over an open fire.) Try eating it fresh and hot, when it tastes the best!

The best european street food? Hungary's Kurtoskalacs or Funnel Cakes: this traditional pasty is prepared by rolling it on a piece of wood before it goes in the oven. (or on a revolving spit over an open fire.) Try eating it fresh and hot, when it tastes the best!

Hungarian Walnut Roll Recipe (Thanks to Fine Cooking) This is something you will see at all Christmas Markets, and on every family table after the main course around Christmas time. It is a delicious, slightly crumbly, sliced roll, kept moist by the great filling (walnuts paste or sometimes ground poppy seeds)

Hungarian Walnut Roll Recipe (Thanks to Fine Cooking) This is something you will see at all Christmas Markets, and on every family table after the main course around Christmas time. It is a delicious, slightly crumbly, sliced roll, kept moist by the great filling (walnuts paste or sometimes ground poppy seeds)

Not a street snack, but a rather hearty sticky dessert one might eat at a posh Hungarian café. This is  "Hungarian Trifle" or in Hungarian, Somloi Galuska, or literally "Delicacy of Somló" ( a painful and fairly useless description employed  by restaurants all over Hungary, possibly as a ploy to make waiters practice their English, as everyone inevitably asks what it is) It's a layered sponge cake with custard, walnuts, rum, raisins and chocolate sauce, topped with thick whipped cream. Yum!

Not a street snack, but a rather hearty sticky dessert one might eat at a posh Hungarian café. This is "Hungarian Trifle" or in Hungarian, Somloi Galuska, or literally "Delicacy of Somló" ( a painful and fairly useless description employed by restaurants all over Hungary, possibly as a ploy to make waiters practice their English, as everyone inevitably asks what it is) It's a layered sponge cake with custard, walnuts, rum, raisins and chocolate sauce, topped with thick whipped cream. Yum!

Hungarian honey ginger bread or mézeskalács, with pattern roller

Hungarian honey ginger bread or mézeskalács, with pattern roller

Hungarian apricot pastries- sort of like a Danish, but Hungarian:)

Hungarian apricot pastries- sort of like a Danish, but Hungarian:)

Gerbeaud - typical Hungarian dessert. Must try!

Gerbeaud - typical Hungarian dessert. Must try!

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