Wedding Peach Cakes

These irresistible Peach Cakes are truly the showstoppers on a vintage Hungarian wedding. The multi-layer cakes are wonderful, but as a child I was more into these cakes because if they are decorated the right way, they look almost like real peaches, even if the taste of them has nothing to do with the fruit. This recipe requires a bit more patience and attention, so … Continue reading Wedding Peach Cakes

Pork fillet with chorizo © Reka Csulak

Chorizo stuffed pork fillet

Since we normally celebrate together with my husband only, we don’t need a huge turkey on our festive table. I normally prepare a roll, stuffed meat or other smaller roast. This year we had this chorizo stuffed pork fillet, but you can do it with a whole pork loin as well. INGREDIENTS 1 pork fillet 1 chorizo ring 8 slice smoked rashers Salt, pepper Olive oil – … Continue reading Chorizo stuffed pork fillet

Plum dumpling © Reka Csulak

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 dough is sealed properly, and if they don’t stick on the bottom of the pot, they will be perfect! In … Continue reading Potato dumpling with plum

Savoy cabbage oven bake © Reka Csulak

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 a bit longer in the UK so you can enjoy its changes for a while. Here is the season with its … Continue reading Layered savoy cabbage bake