Crème fraîche biscuits with home made vanilla icing sugar

Creme fraiche biscuits © Reka Csulak

Magyarul  ⇣  Crème fraîche biscuits with home made vanilla icing sugar This recipe is a lovely Christmas memory and family heritage. My grandpa's sister always brought biscuits in large paper bags, more than 100 pancakes and other lovely cakes every time she visited the family on birthdays or holidays. I have the photos of her handwritten …

Bejgli

Bejgli © Reka Csulak

Magyarul  ⇣  Bejgli The Bejgli is a traditional element of Hungarian Christmas. It became popular in the country during the 19th century. The fillings are originally walnut or poppy seed, but nowadays people like to fill them with sweet chestnut filling or pickled and dried fruits as well. It has a Polish equivalent called Makowiec. …

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 …

‘Szabolcsi’ apple and poppy seed cake

Szabolcsi apple and poppy seed cake © Reka Csulak

Magyarul  ⇣ 'Szabolcsi' apple and poppy seed cake Recipe source: Dunaújvárosi Hírlap Online http://duol.hu/receptek/igy-keszitse-el-az-orszag-tortajat-1048334 Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need. Every year the Hungarian Confectioner Craftsmen Corporation invited entries to win the 'Cake of Hungary Award’. The public can taste the first slices …

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. The last few …