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by Marie Simon Gowan My daughter's favorite filling is a thick raspberry jam. The plum filling is also delicious! ~Liz 2-1/4 cups all-purpose flour1/2 teaspoon salt8 ounces cream cheese, softened1 cup unsalted butter, softened1/2 to 2/3 cup additional flour (to...
Little Bird Rolls | Madárka Kalács
By Kati S. The madárka - little bird is a kalács (budapesti kalács not bejgli type of kalács) variation. My grandma used to make it for us for Easter and Christmas. Everyone got one at the table. It was the decoration on our plates. And here is the recipe:...
Half Moon Cakes – Kossuth Kifli
They are easy to make and they are light and spongy with just a hint of sweetness. Add a cup of coffee or tea and grab a friend or relative and have a fun afternoon treat!
Hungarians often have their salads alongside their main meal. Cucumber or cabbage based salads with vinegar in the dressing can offset a heavy meat meal.
2022 Let’s Cook Hungarian Challenge
Since 2018, we have hosted the Let's Cook Hungarian Challenge. Each year we have added new elements so participants can make a deeper connection with heritage foods each month. We would love to have you join us this year! Each month I give an assigned dish to make --...
Chimney Cakes – Kürtőskalács
Chimney Cakes (Kürtőskalács) are delicious! There are many versions and I probably could love them all! Recently I noticed that Joanne Toth-Lysiak was creating and posting about her Chimney Cakes on Facebook and I was intrigued! So I contacted her and asked if she...
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