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Hungarian chestnut puree dessert  Gesztenyepüré

Chestnut puree also known as gesztenyepüré is very popular in Hungary. It is most often made into a sweet dessert with whipped cream, rum, and cherries. You may choose to use your own chestnut pure.

Rakott palacsinta, Hungarian crepe cake {guest post} #dessert #recipe

23-Layer Crepe Cake (Rakott Palacsinta)

Rigó Jancsi /Gypsy John http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rig%C3%B3_Jancsi http://aprosef.hu

Rigó Jancsi recept

Rigó Jancsi /Gypsy John http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rig%C3%B3_Jancsi http://aprosef.hu

Gulyásleves

Recipe For Beef Goulash Soup - In a Dutch oven over medium-high heat, cook and stir the beef, onion and green pepper in oil until meat is browned on all sides; Stir in the next 10 ingredients. cover and simmer for…

Hungarian cuisine - Dobos Cake

Dobos torte is a Hungarian cake featuring a five-layer sponge cake, layered with chocolate buttercream and topped with thin caramel slices.

What's the Difference? Paprika

What's the Difference? Paprika

Hungarian Paprika: Paprika is considered the national spice of Hungary and it appears in the country's most celebrated dish, goulash.

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