mákos guba, the traditional hungarian christmas dessert (recipe from ziziadventures.com)
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 …
Artist Nick Hilditch's excellent illustration: A Guide to Hungarian Food #Hilditch#
Goulash in a cast-iron kettle hung above an open fire.- called bogracsos after the iron kettle - bogracs:))) typical hungarian way to throw a weekend cook-off for family and friends
Potatoes (Paprikas Potatoes) Hungarian By Laszlo
Potatoes (Paprikas Potatoes) Hungarian
Aranygaluska recept I.
Go spicy ( Hungarian food )
Illéskrisz Konyhája: ~ HORTOBÁGYI PALACSINTA ~
Aranygaluska is a Hungarian Jewish dessert, generally baked for Purim. The name aranygaluska literally means “golden dumpling” and by the 1880s, this dessert was being referred to in Hungarian literature.