Traditional Hungarian Christmas Treats
September 10, 2020
Categories:
Hungarian Living
Hungarian Living
Traditional Hungarian Christmas Treats
/

In this episode I visit with Tünde Dugantsi!

October is a great month to get into the kitchen and make some fun and traditional Hungarian holiday treats! Carve out the first two weekends and pick one, two, or all three classes! Learn all about these three Hungarian Christmas decorations! Our classes include Mézeskalács — Hungarian honey cakes, Szaloncukor — traditional Hungarian Christmas candy, and Habcsók — meringue circles.

Edible Christmas decorations are a big part of Hungarian Christmas traditions!

Mézeskalács — Hungarian honey cakes

The process takes multiple days, as the dough has to age, the cookies have to sit and the base icing has to dry before the details. So we will learn mézeskalács in four days (two weekends). You can make these cookies to be ornaments, centerpieces, candle holders or gifts.

Szaloncukor — traditional Hungarian Christmas candy

Tunde will share three recipes for these candies as well as the process but you can also make your own candy to put inside!

Habcsók — meringue circles

An easy way to liven up your Christmas tree!

Classes will meet on Zoom.

Classes are interactive.

Classes will not be recorded so we can all relax and have fun!

One registration is for one device and the whole family can watch – make this a family project!

Take the class “with” a family member who lives somewhere else and share the experience together!

How to find Tunde: http://www.tundescreations.com/

Tunde mentioned CookieCon — find more info here https://www.cookiecon.net/

Tunde has designed cookie cutters for Ann Clark — https://www.annclarkcookiecutters.com/

Check out the classes available through Magyar Marketing https://magyarmarketing.com/product-category/classes/

Recent Podcasts

Getting Started with Hungarian Part 3

Getting Started with Hungarian Part 3

The most important thing is to start somewhere knowing you might start and need to switch to a different method. You have to find the mix that works for you and your learning style. But start. Start with the alphabet. You can’t go wrong learning it because you need to know it! And even if you think you know it, you could probably use a little refresher.

Getting Started with Hungarian Part 2

Getting Started with Hungarian Part 2

Think about the time you have available to devote to the project. Can you spare a couple of hours a week? Or do you have time for this to be a full time job? And, of course, how much money is available to you for this endeavor?

Getting Started with Hungarian Part 1

Getting Started with Hungarian Part 1

In this series of Icipici podcasts, I am going to give you some simple ways to get started or refine your Hungarian language journey! There are so many resources out there and it is difficult to wade through what is most helpful. To start this series, let’s think about your goals for learning Hungarian.

We offer a variety of books, foods, and gifts for all ages with a unique focus on Hungarian heritage.