Layered savoy cabbage

Layered savoy cabbage is also a traditional Hungarian recipe which varies wildly in every household. I”d like to introduce my version that I learnt from my grandmother long, long time ago. It has such a great flavor that I can never resist having a second helping. The salty cabbage, the paprika mince and the mild rice go together extremely well, the creamy sour cream and … Continue reading Layered savoy cabbage

Lecsó – Hungarian ratatouille

Hungarian lecsó is one of the most popular summer dishes of all time. It”s easy to make and doesn’t need much preparation, only juicy and ripe tomatoes and sweet peppers. Some people cook rice with the dish but I prefer to put some scrambled egg inside, slice a piece of fresh bread and dunk into the hot pot. The plate is always clean at the … Continue reading Lecsó – Hungarian ratatouille

Beef goulash stew in bread

Let me share again a very typical and traditional Hungarian dish which varies recipe varies in every household. This hearty dish looks great and tastes great too, and the fact that you can eat the plate afterwards is just a bonus. The slowly tenderized beef and wine stew-pot creates a gorgeous gravy which permeates the bread into the crust which is absolutely delicious. Ingredients: 750 … Continue reading Beef goulash stew in bread