Princess cake

Christmas Princess Cake © Reka Csulak

You already know that I'm in love with Scandinavian baked goods, so now I share the recipe of the Princess cake that has a truly fresh outlook which perfectly fits a special occasions during Spring. The original recipe was published by Jenny Åkerström in the Prinsessornas Kokbok (1948) -Princesses Cookbook-. She was the teacher of the three daughters of Prince …

Kaiserschmarrn

Kaiserschmarrn © Reka Csulak

Magyarul  ⇣  Kaiserschmarrn This dish is a popular dessert in many former parts of the Habsburg Monarchy but maybe it is familiar from your last Alpine ski strip too. In Germany and Austria it's called Kaiserschmarrn, we call it császármorzsa in Hungary, in Slovenia it's cesarski praženec or šmorn and Czech people call it kajzršmorn. It's a kind of scrambled …

Angels’ wings

Angels' wings © Reka Csulak

Magyarul  ⇣  Angels' wings Probably you know that the Carnival season all around the world is at the beginning of the year. The Hungarian Carnival, called Farsang starts on 6th January -Epiphany- and lasts till Ash Wednesday when -according to Christian traditions- the 40 days Lent begins and ends at Easter. But before start the actual Lent, …

Ischler

Ischler © Reka Csulak

Magyarul  ⇣  Ischler This dessert was created in an Austrian thermal bath town: Bad Ischl at a famous confectionery called Zauner. These sandwich style biscuits became extremely polular across Austria and Hunagry and this was the treat what I've always asked for when we visited the favorite confectionery of the family. We Hungarians like it completely covered by chocolate and …