Articles in: Hungarian Recipes

Most people already know about paprika and the much traveled Hungarian goulash, but there is more to authentic Hungarian cuisine. We will be adding new dishes regularly to our list of Hungarian recipes. If you know of a good Hungarian recipe or would like to see a specific dish on the list please send us a note. Be sure to try a Hungarian cooking class when visiting Budapest.


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Ribboned Carnival Doughnut Recipe

Ribboned Carnival Doughnut Recipe
Posted by: Zizi01/21/2015

It's carnival season (farsang) in Hungary and people are celebrating with parties, masquerades and of course, eating and drinking. Similar to most other Hungarian holidays, farsang is also closely...

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Hungarian Sour Cherry Soup Recipe

Hungarian Sour Cherry Soup Recipe
Posted by: Roberta Gyori06/24/2014

In Hungary, sour cherry soup is generally served before the main course and the cherries are un-pitted, but many Americans consider it a dessert and prefer pitted cherries and whipped cream. This...

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Lángos Recipe

Lángos Recipe
Posted by: Zizi03/07/2013

Hungarian Fried Bread Meet a very popular Hungarian street food speciality, lángos. It's a deep fried flat bread made of a dough with flour, yeast, salt and water (a kind of bread dough). Lángos...

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Stuffed Cabbage Rolls

Stuffed Cabbage Rolls
Posted by: Roberta Gyori01/17/2013

Winter is the season for hearty Hungarian dishes. Cabbage is a favorite winter food that can be prepared in many delicious ways. Stuffed cabbage is one of the most popular classics and it usually...

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Tepertős Pogácsa - Hungarian Biscuits with Cracklings

Tepertős Pogácsa - Hungarian Biscuits with Cracklings
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/03/2012

Pogácsa is one of my favorite Hungarian snacks. It's a type of biscuit made from yeast-based dough that has many variations. Potato (krumplis pogácsa), cheese (sajtos pogácsa), cottage cheese...

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Christmas Recipes: Beigli

Christmas Recipes: Beigli
Posted by: Roberta Gyori12/19/2011

(Hungarian Walnut and Poppy Seed Rolls) Beigli is the most popular Christmas pastry in Hungary. Traditionally it comes in two flavors, poppy seed or walnut. Most pastry shops and grocery stores...

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Christmas Recipes: Mákos Guba

Christmas Recipes: Mákos Guba
Posted by: Roberta Gyori11/22/2011

(Bread Pudding with Poppy Seeds) The holiday season is upon us and I’m happy to share a favorite Hungarian Christmas recipe, 'prepared' for us by Chefparade Cooking School.

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Chestnut Purée (Gesztenyepüré)

Chestnut Purée (Gesztenyepüré)
Posted by: Roberta Gyori10/05/2011

Did you know that it's chestnut harvest season? Hungary has plenty of sweet chestnuts and they are a popular and versatile ingredient of Hungarian cuisine. Chestnut harvest starts late September...

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Creamed Vegetables Hungarian Style

Creamed Vegetables Hungarian Style
Posted by: Roberta Gyori07/28/2011

Főzelék, a seasonal dish that's very much Hungarian Hungarian cuisine isn’t all about heavy meat stews and hearty dishes with an overdose of paprika. Főzelék, which probably translates best as...

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Hungarian Easter Bread Recipe

Hungarian Easter Bread Recipe
Posted by: Roberta Gyori04/23/2011

Easter, as most holidays in Hungary, is closely associated with food and freshly baked Easter bread is one of the delicacies on the holiday menu. The traditional Hungarian Easter bread is egg twist...

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Plum Dumplings (Szilvásgombóc)

Plum Dumplings (Szilvásgombóc)
Posted by: Zizi01/26/2011

Hungarian Plum Dumplings Recipe This is a traditional Hungarian dish: potato dumplings stuffed with plums & cinnamon sugar and rolled in breadcrumbs.

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Mákos guba, a Hungarian Christmas Dessert

Mákos guba, a Hungarian Christmas Dessert
Posted by: Roberta Gyori12/22/2010

Mákos guba, a Christmas classic in Hungary, is bread pudding with poppy seeds. Poppy seed is a favorite ingredient all over Central-Europe and there are many dessert recipes in the Hungarian...

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