HUNGARIAN CUISINE

Potato dumpling with plum

Potato dumpling with plum

These potato dumplings filled with plum is a Hungarian classic. This dish can work as a sweet main or dessert too, depends on how many dumplings you put on the plate. I was so worried about making them at home for a while, but if the […]

Layered savoy cabbage bake

Layered savoy cabbage bake

Back from our hiking getaway in Wales. I’m full of the memories of the beautiful sceneries, colorful leaves, wild animals, challenging walks, see sheep climbing up to unbelievable heights, face to some rain and wind, feel lost at misty mountaintops… I love that autumn lasts […]

Strudel spiral

Strudel spiral

We normally find the savory versions of these filled filo pasty spirals, sometimes they called spanakopita (Greek) or börek (Turkish). But strudel is a filo pastry, normally sweet, but not really a spiral. I’ve combined these dishes and created this strudel spiral filled with my favorite sweet […]

Curd cheese bags

Curd cheese bags

Hungarian cuisine is rich in filling soups so it’s a common thing that women bake some kind of sweet dough instead of preparing a normal main course. Curd cheese bags are quite popular after goulash or bean soup for example. They are quite nice on the day […]

Elderflower syrup

Elderflower syrup

Elderflower is the taste of summer for me. This year I have plenty of plans using this delicious ingredient. This is the end of elderflower season, but you still have the chance to find some nice flowers for a batch of freshly prepared syrup. You […]

Nudli

Nudli

When you’re craving for sweet flavors, it’s a good idea to choose a sweet main dish instead of eating a ton of chocolate. Hungarian cuisine offers many options and one of the best is the dish we call nudli, made with simple potato dumplings. It’s a […]