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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Hungarian Stuffed Peppers

Hungarian Stuffed Peppers
Posted by: Roberta Gyori10/04/2010

Hungarians like stuffed vegetables. Whether it is cabbage, kohlrabi or pepper, stuffed vegetables are on the menu in every household. Hungary is a major pepper producer, and paprikas come in all...

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Hungarian Lecsó

Hungarian Lecsó
Posted by: Roberta Gyori08/09/2010

In the summer when the gardens and markets are filled with ripe peppers and tomatoes, Hungarians like to make lecsó, a tasty and healthy green pepper and tomato stew that is easy to prepare. Lecsó...

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Traditional Hungarian Goulash

Traditional Hungarian Goulash
Posted by: Roberta Gyori03/11/2010

You've likely heard of Goulash (Gulyás), the world-famous soup that is so filling it could easily be a meal on its own. Gulyás is a typical Hungarian food. It's a soup and not a stew, as it is...

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Chicken Paprikash

Chicken Paprikash
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/22/2010

Chicken Paprikash (paprikás csirke in Hungarian) is a dish with no "official" recipe. It has many variations. Almost everyone prepares it differently, yet it’s a classic Hungarian dish. Here is a...

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Palacsinta, the Hungarian Crepe

Palacsinta, the Hungarian Crepe
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/18/2010

Traditional Hungarian crepes are thin pancakes, filled with apricot jam, cottage cheese, chocolate sauce or poppy seed, rolled up and sprinkled with icing sugar.

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Meat Stew

Meat Stew
Posted by: Roberta Gyori02/10/2010

Almost any kind of meat can be used when making Hungarian meat stew (pörkölt). Most common are beef, lamb, chicken, veal and pork, but tripe and liver are also used. The key is, that the sauce...

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