Magyarul ⇣ Babka Recipe source: Lila füge https://lilafuge.hu/jeruzsalemi-kalacs-babka/ Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need. Babka is a lovely element of Jewish cuisine. Traditionally it’s a braid, made of yeast dough, filled with chocolate or cinnamon filling and often sprinkled with streusel. I’ve already prepared many cakes for Christmas, but when I’ve seen … Continue reading Babka
Marlenka – the Armenian honey cake
Recipe source: Cookta.hu
Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need.
This amazing cake is so popular in Hungary, but it’s originally from the Czech Republic, where some genius with Armenian heritage created their small cake business, which has grown to an international company, and this is why we are able to buy some Marlenka at the supermarket as well.
Kebab is my favorite street food, and one of the things that I miss from home is my favorite place in Dunakeszi, on my opinion, that little street food restaurant serves the best gyros meat all over the world… but since I have no chance to buy plane tickets every week to eat there, I’m always working on the best homemade version, and I think … Continue reading Kebab
I’ve tried some baklava recipes… the assembly is quite simple and does not make much difference for one recipe to another. The most important bits are the syrup and the filling and I think I finally found the flavor combination I like the most. Make sure that you will have enough syrup to cover the top of the filo sheets as well and you can treat … Continue reading Baklava