Curd cheese and lemon ice lolly © Reka Csulak

Curd cheese and lemon ice lollies

Next part of the summer ice lollies series is based on a typical Hungarian flavor combination: curd cheese and lemon! This frozen treat is full of protein, so for me, it’s perfectly enough for a morning or afternoon snack between two meals. You can prepare about 4-5 ice lollies from the following ingredients. INGREDIENTS Ice lolly base 250 g curd cheese 4 tbsp greek yogurt … Continue reading Curd cheese and lemon ice lollies

Avocado lime coconut ice lolly © Reka Csulak

Avocado, lime and coconut ice lollies

We always craving for delicious chilling desserts together with my husband, so I’ve made a decision to stop buying ice cream from the store and preparing homemade ice lollies. I know exactly what goes into the mixes, I can control the amount of my sweetener and definitely do not use preservatives or weird stuff. Each week I prepare 2 different flavor combinations, and I’ll bring … Continue reading Avocado, lime and coconut ice lollies

Gundel pancake © Reka Csulak

Gundel pancake

The first Gundel pancakes were created by Károly Gundel around the ’40-s. Officially it was a family recipe of Lola, the wife of Gundel’s friend Sándor Márai, but Gundel upgraded the recipe and made the pancake with ground walnuts, raisins, and rum filling served in a dark chocolate sauce. They started to call it Márai pancake, but after the immigration of the Márai family, the restaurant … Continue reading Gundel pancake

Poppy seed bread pudding

Magyarul  

Poppy seed bread pudding

Recipe source: Lila Füge Blog
http://lilafuge.hu/kedvenc_klasszikusok_makos_guba/
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 is a traditional Hungarian dessert called ‘mákos guba’, but it’s well known in the eastern part of Germany (‘Mohnpielen’) and in Poland (‘makówki’) as well.

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Oven baked pancakes

Magyarul  ⇣ Oven baked pancakes Recipe source: Street Kitchen Blog http://streetkitchen.hu/2017/01/31/becsi_palacsinta Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need. Pancakes with curd cheese filling baked in vanilla sauce… I prepared it for brunch. At the same time I prepared meat pancakes as well, so I used the following, not sweet pancake mixture instead of the original … Continue reading Oven baked pancakes