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Hungarian Cookbook: Traditional Hungarian Recipes Made Easy

Hungarian Cookbook: Traditional Hungarian Recipes Made Easy

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Hungarian Cookbook: Traditional Hungarian Recipes Made Easy

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May 9, 2019


Hungarian cuisine is a cultural masterpiece. Built around local meats, seasonal vegetables, fresh fruits, home baked breads, and traditional dairy products, it truly is some of the tastiest food on the planet.

Which is why it's so unfortunate that most of the population will go through entire lives without ever tasting – something that we aim to rectify as quickly as possible, I should add.

This cookbook provides you with a simple step by step approach to cooking traditional Hungarian dishes from the comfort of your own home. Perfect for any occasion, these recipes are ideal for the small cozy dinner at home, or for impressing your friends and family!

In this book, you will learn how to cook:

  • Dense and tasty Hungarian breakfasts
  • Incredible Hungarian appetizers
  • Hearty Hungarian dinners
  • Decadent Hungarian desserts

Hungarian cuisine has long been considered to be some of the tastiest on the planet – and now it's right here at your doorstep. So, what are you waiting for? Dive right in and start cooking!

May 9, 2019

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Hungarian Cookbook

Traditional Hungarian Recipes Made Easy

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Table of Contents


Chapter One: Hungarian Breakfast Recipes

Palatschinke (Hungarian Breakfast Crepes)

Rakott Kaposzta (Hungarian Cabbage Casserole)

Hungarian Omelet

Langos (Hungarian Fried Bread)

Savanyú Tojásleves (Hungarian Egg Drop Soup)

Rétese (Hungarian Strudel)

Beigli (Hungarian Walnut Roll)

Kalács (Hungarian Braided Sweet Bread)

Töltött Tojás (Deviled Eggs)

Halászlé (Fisherman’s Soup)

Karalábéleves (Hungarian Creamy Kohlrabi Soup)

Homemade vegetable seasoning:

Hungarian Lentil Soup

Tarhonyaleves (Hungarian Egg Barley Soup)

Hunza Bread

Lecsó (Hungarian Tomato-Pepper Stew)

Hungarian Farsangi Fánk

Hungarian Style Scrambled Eggs

Gofri (Hungarian Waffles)


Chapter Two: Hungarian Lunch Recipes

Zoli Bacsi Salataja (Zoli’s Iceberg and Speck Salad)

Hungarian Hen Soup in Újházy Style

Pörkölt (Hungarian Stew) Made with Pork

Hungarian Chicken Paprikash

Authentic Hungarian Goulash

Langalló – The Hungarian Pizza

Hungarian Cottage Cheese Noodles

Bugaci Borsós Betyár

Stefánia Vagdalt (Meatloaf Stuffed with Egg)

Szárma (Hungarian Stuffed Cabbage)

Hungarian Casino Egg Salad

Hungarian Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Hungarian Style Burger

Krumplis Tészta (Hungarian Potato Pasta)


Májas Hurka (Hungarian Sausage)

Chapter Three: Hungarian Dinner Recipes

Vasi Pecsenye (Pork Roast Soaked in Garlic Milk)

Körömpörkölt (Pig Feet Stew)

Tordai Pecsenye (Roast of Torda)

Csülök Pékné Módra (Braised and Roasted Pork Shank)

Stuffed Chicken Legs

Hungarian Gizzard Stew

Borsos Tokány (Pepper Pork Ragout)

Hungarian Noodles

Sárgaborsó Főzelék (Yellow Split Pea Stew)

Fasírozott (Hungarian Pork Patties)

Chicken Paprikash With Buttered Macaroni

Vegan Hungarian Goulash with Tofu and Potato

Creamy Mushroom Paprikash Over Pasta

Hungarian Braised Beef

Parrag’s Hungarian Pork Stew and Nokedli Pasta

Hungarian Wiener Schnitzel

Hungarian Brisket

Hungarian Stuffed Peppers

Csirkepörkölt (Hungarian Chicken Stew)

Paprikash Chicken Stroganoff

Chapter Four: Hungarian Dessert Recipes

Rózsafánk (Rose Doughnuts)

Őznyelv (Deer’s Tongue)

Hungarian Cake

Hungarian Kurtos Kalacs (Chimney Cake)

Hungarian Jam Squares

Hungarian Varga Beles (Noodle Cake)

Authentic Hungarian Pinwheels

Hungarian Dobosh Torte

Madártej (Hungarian Floating Islands)

Hungarian Cookie Treasures

Diotorta (Hungarian Walnut Cake)

Szilvás Gombóc (Hungarian Plum Dumplings)

Hungarian Chocolate Mousse Cake Bars

Hungarian Cream Puffs Recipe - Moors Heads or Indianer

Gesztenyepure (Hungarian Chestnut Puree)

Rákóczi Túrós (Hungarian Ricotta Cake)

Apricot Kolaches (Hungarian Christmas Cookie)

Hungarian Shortbread

Máglyarakás (Hungarian Bread Pudding)

Hungarian Coconut Balls

Poppy Seed Hungarian Style Cookies



I want to thank you for purchasing this book, ‘Hungarian Cookbook: Traditional Hungarian Recipes Made Easy.’

Spicy, affluent and an extravaganza of different tastes, Hungary’s food is a mouthwatering and amazing breakthrough for most travelers to the nationwide country. Developed over a large number of many years of Magyar background, traditional dishes continue being part of the abundant and proud ethnic heritage.

Hungarian cuisine is generally a mixture of fundamental peasant meals that originated many centuries back when nomadic tribes rode the amazing flatlands of Hungary, some new things that arrived with the Italians and Turks in the 15th and 16th centuries, and the elegant, highly developed cuisine which originated from the occasions of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The result is a delicious, hearty, fare that aids Hungarians withstand extended, cold winters. Additionally, it is frequently incredibly indulgent, specifically when it entails pastries, desserts and cakes.

The Bulgarians and Turks were also accountable for introducing the most beloved and well-known spice of Hungary - paprika - in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Turks also launched filo pastry, tomatoes and sour cherries, which became important elements to the Hungarian kitchen.

Paprika, Hungary’s piros ‘crimson or arany platinum’, can be an essential element of Hungarian food and it is the major taste. Not necessarily just is usually it used as a spices when planning foods but it addittionally turns up on cafe furniture as a condiment next to the sodium and pepper shakers. You will find various types of dry out and refreshing paprika, but as a floor substance it is almost always many generally offered as csipőh or crisis roomőh (‘warm’ or ‘solid’) and édes (nice). 

Probably the most well-known dish to result from Hungary is the paprika-laced meats stew known due to the fact gulyas (goulash); the name in fact means 'herdsmen' and arrived to become linked with the meats stew the herdsmen consumed. Kettle gulys (Bogracs gulyas) developed from learning to be a distributed hearty soup ready in a kettle on the fantastic Simple, to down the road getting an commendable market. Interestingly, 2 hundred years back when Hungary required a stand to safeguard its vocabulary, culture and gastronomy, gulyas became an indicator of the proud country and everyone consumed it - rich and poor. They still do today. And there are numerous variations on the theme - foods known as paprikas, tokany and porkolt.

Hungarians eat an astonishing level of meat (vegetarians, get sucked in: there’s actually a

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