Green cream soup with meat dumplings

This creamy green soup is a great source for all vital minerals and vitamins. Perfect for summer as you can use fresh ingredients from your garden or your local market. The dumpling creates a beautiful balance on your palate with its mild flavours and soft texture. Offer some cold sour cream for your hot soup. Ingredients: 1 onion 200 g green peas 4-5 carrots 1celerystick … Continue reading Green cream soup with meat dumplings

Spicy strawberry soup

During hot summers Hungarians love having a cold fruit soup for lunch. The most common is made with sour cherry and cloves and it gives you a vitalizing refreshment. My velvety strawberry soup mingles sublimely with crunchy almond bites, and the roasted fennel and black pepper leave a vibrant aftertaste on your palate. Ingredients: 1 tablespoon butter 400 g strawberry 370 ml single cream 250 … Continue reading Spicy strawberry soup

All Thyme onion soup – Kakukfuves hagymaleves

Its my all time favourite, every time we went to a restaurant I burnt my tongue because I couldn’t wait for it to cool down. It just tastes so good from with the roasted onion, fresh herbs and crispy toast. This creamy soup is simple to make but it will definitely awe your guests.   Ingredients: 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 kg onion 2 cloves … Continue reading All Thyme onion soup – Kakukfuves hagymaleves

Goulash Soup – Gulyásleves

Goulash soup was often the starter for our Sunday lunch followed by some sweet pancake (palacsinta) or cottage cheese dumplings (túrógombóc). All the flavour from the beef and vegetables is concentrated in the golden liquid, the spiciness of the paprika created a beautiful aftertaste. Great to have a nice slice of bread on the side, dig into the soup time to time and wipe out … Continue reading Goulash Soup – Gulyásleves