Stéphanie style meatloaf

Stéphanie meatloaf is a very old and popular dish and, as we say it: truly Hungarian. Yet, it would not exist without another nation, the Belgians. The creator of the dish was Princess Stéphanie, who fell in love with a Hungarian noble, Earl Elemér Lónyay. The Belgian King and the Habsbourg Dynasty opposed the engagement so the Princess gave up her wealth, married the Earl … Continue reading Stéphanie style meatloaf

Stuffed capsicum with sweet tomato sauce

This Hungarian dish is my childhood favourite. With small capsicums we used to create golf ball sized meatballs from left over mince which were then dipped into sweet tomato sauce. My grandma then boiled some plain potatoin salt water which we mashed with our forks and combined with this tangy peppery treat. Ingredients: 8 sweet pepper (capsicum) 110 g dry rice 500 g minced beef … Continue reading Stuffed capsicum with sweet tomato sauce