Curd cheese bags © Reka Csulak

Curd cheese bags

Hungarian cuisine is rich in filling soups so it’s a common thing that women bake some kind of sweet dough instead of preparing a normal main course. Curd cheese bags are quite popular after goulash or bean soup for example. They are quite nice on the day after you bake them as well, so if you go for a hike or sightseeing, it could be quite handy … Continue reading Curd cheese bags

Eldelflower syrup © Reka Csulak

Elderflower syrup

Elderflower is the taste of summer for me. This year I have plenty of plans using this delicious ingredient. This is the end of elderflower season, but you still have the chance to find some nice flowers for a batch of freshly prepared syrup. You can use it for a refreshing drink or varied desserts too. In this recipe, I don’t use preservatives, so it’s mainly for … Continue reading Elderflower syrup

Curd cheese doughnuts © Reka Csulak

Curd cheese doughnuts

I love this quick doughnut recipe. So easy to prepare, the doughnuts are not too big, only one or two bites each, you could serve it as an awesome party food too. They have perfect ball shape, because the leaven in the dough react immediately to the heat of hot oil, and expand a spoonful of dough into a nice ball. These doughnuts won’t collapse even … Continue reading Curd cheese doughnuts

Kaiserschmarrn © Reka Csulak

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 pancake batter but some recipes -including the Hungarian cuisine- add some semolina too. … Continue reading Kaiserschmarrn

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