Plum dumpling © Reka Csulak

Potato dumpling with plum

These potato dumplings filled with plum is a Hungarian classic. This dish can work as a sweet main or dessert too, depends on how many dumplings you put on the plate. I was so worried about making them at home for a while, but if the dough is sealed properly, and if they don’t stick on the bottom of the pot, they will be perfect! In … Continue reading Potato dumpling with plum

Nudli potato dumplings © Reka Csulak

Nudli

When you’re craving for sweet flavors, it’s a good idea to choose a sweet main dish instead of eating a ton of chocolate. Hungarian cuisine offers many options and one of the best is the dish we call nudli, made with simple potato dumplings. It’s a simple, Hungarian dish, very similar to gnocchi, but we normally eat with sweet toppings! The most common nudli version is … Continue reading Nudli

Honey-Guinness glazed pork fillet and jacket potato stuffed with sheep’s curd cheese

Magyarul  ⇣  Honey-Guinness glazed pork fillet and jacket potato stuffed with sheep’s curd cheese Recipe source: Street Kitchen Blog http://streetkitchen.hu/2017/03/21/mazas_sertesszuz_juhturos_sultkrumplival Since this recipe is in Hungarian, You can find a basic but handy vocabulary here to figure out what kind of ingredients you need. Days started to be longer but we still have more than a month till Spring, so probably I’m not the only one who’s craving for comfort … Continue reading Honey-Guinness glazed pork fillet and jacket potato stuffed with sheep’s curd cheese

Matrai borzaska © Reka Csulak

Mátrai borzaska

Thank God it’s weekend again, time for some comfort food and I don’t care if I spend more time in the kitchen. I like this Hungarian dish, called ‘Mátrai borzaska’ which got it’s name after the funny crispy coating made of grated potatoes egg and flour. It’s so filling, then you don’t need to worry about garnish… simply just serve it with salad or pickles. INGREDIENTS … Continue reading Mátrai borzaska

Guinnes shepherds pie © Reka Csulak

Guinness Shepherd’s pie

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Guinness Shepherd’s pie

Recipe source: RozéKacsa Blog
http://rozekacsa.blog.hu/2017/02/23/krumplipure_rozsakkal_sult_soros_csulokragu
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 dish was one of the best result of my recipe tests. Next time I’ll have to make double or triple quantity, because I’m not able to stop eating this.

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