Pogácsa © Reka Csulak

Curd cheese scones

Savory scones with cheese on the top are so popular snacks in Hungary, we call them ‘pogácsa’. If you go to a party, a wedding or a family occasion, 9 out of 10 times you will find some scones on the table. If you are not too lucky, you will try a dry, industrial version. Fortunately, we have a nice recipe in our family recipe … Continue reading Curd cheese scones

Curd cheese dumplings © Reka Csulak

Curd cheese dumplings

Magyarul  ⇣  Curd cheese dumplings You probably noticed, that I post plenty of recipes based on curd cheese. It is a main ingredient of Central European cuisines, and I’m a big fan of it! In my country the sweet main courses are quite popular and curd cheese dumplings are definitely in the top 3 favorites of Hungarians. It could be a filling main dish or a … Continue reading Curd cheese dumplings

Fig and coppa sandwich © Reka Csulak

Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta

Magyarul  ⇣  Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta Start your day with a ‘slice’ of Italy. The fresh, premium ingredients on a slice of crispy ciabatta bread… who needs a better start in the morning? The Coppa is made of lean Italian pork neck marinated with rustic spices, gently smoked over beach wood and air-dried for three months. INGREDIENTS Thin slices of coppa from … Continue reading Coppa, goat’s curd and figs on crispy ciabatta

Grated curd cheese cake

This cake is one of my biggest favorites from the family collection. I love the crispy crust and the soft filling together. It’s a good dessert option for the guests, it would be a yummy treat in the lunchbox, and the leftovers will make a yummy treat a few days later too. INGREDIENTS Crust 400 g flour 150 g sugar 3 tbsp cocoa powder 2 … Continue reading Grated curd cheese cake

Curd cheese cream © Reka Csulak

Vanilla curd cheese cream

Magyarul  ⇣  Vanilla curd cheese cream Recipe source: RozéKacsa Blog http://rozekacsa.blog.hu/2015/03/06/vanilias_kremturo_726 Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need. My favourite Hungarian bloggers have loads of classic recipes, what reminds me to the old times. Even if I’ve never eaten home made vanilla curd cheese cream during my childhood, I usually got or bought some … Continue reading Vanilla curd cheese cream

Summer strudels

Magyarul  ⇣  Summer strudels One of the best desserts are strudels -or rétes in Hungarian-, because all you need is filo pastry and imagination to create a quick, easy and yummy treat. Some cooks like to use puff pastry to make them, but I prefer the traditional Hungarian way, so I use crunchy filo sheets for my strudels. This dessert became popular in the 18th century … Continue reading Summer strudels