iLoveBudapest
Sunday, 16 June 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Hungarian Dobos cake
The real Hungarian Dobos cake that conquered the world If you should enumerate some characteristic dishes from Hungarian cuisine, probably you will mention some spicy food with lots of paprika such as fish soup, goulash, or chicken paprikash. Although Hungarian desserts are not so famous as some main courses, they are truly delicious, so it is
iLoveBudapest
Monday, 27 May 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Traditional Hungarian fish soup
Are you interested in trying the special Hungarian fish soup? The culture of Hungary is very diverse from their flag to their beloved specialties and traditions. They are famous for their iconic and inviting national dishes like Fish soup. Hungarian cuisine offers many variations, which can be great discoveries beside Hungarian traditions for many travelers
iLoveBudapest
Monday, 20 May 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
The big picture of wine in Hungarian
Beginner guide to the Hungarian wine In Hungary, there are 22 wine regions which all have special geographical, climatic and pedological features. Consequently, the palettes of Hungarian wines are also various and the country has some unique species of grapes, too. The products of the ‘closed’ wine regions receive special protection. There’s one region like
iLoveBudapest
Thursday, 16 May 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Pálinka, as the liquid symbol of Hungary If you think of famous drinks of Hungary, you will surely think of the ‘Tokaji’ wine or the palinka. ‘Tokaji’ is one of the most famous Hungarian wines and it’s also called the ‘king of wines’. Palinka is a kind of fruit brandy. In 2004, it received PDO
iLoveBudapest
Monday, 13 May 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Paprika, a symbol of Hungary
If you start to cook a Hungarian food, even you don’t know yet what to cook, buy onion and paprika and you will be fine If you think of the Hungarian cuisine, you will surely think of something which is seasoned with paprika. It appeared in Hungary in the 16th century and fast superseded the
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Saturday, 04 May 2019 / Published in Holidays in Hungary
What brings good or bad luck in the Hungarian culture It is a generally accepted fact today that all countries have their own traditions, habits, and superstitions. These believes typically have a colourful history, which is strongly connected to a given event that dates back centuries. It is widespread that superstitions can be legends, myths
iLoveBudapest
Thursday, 11 April 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Hungarian langos
The never boring, traditional Hungarian streetfood – LÁNGOS Hungarian Lángos? Street food? It’s a misbelief that street food does not exist in Hungary. There is even a wide variety of old traditional and well-known international food, especially in Budapest as a melting pot of European nationalities. About its history The name “lángos” comes from the Hungarian
iLoveBudapest
Tuesday, 02 April 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Chimney Cake, the queen of traditional Hungarian markets If you have ever been to a Budapest Christmas fair while visiting Hungary, you’ll surely never forget the appetizing smell of the mulled wine or the Chimney Cake (Kürtőskalács). Mulled wine is the symbol only of the winter fairs but the special cake can be bought during
iLoveBudapest
Tuesday, 26 March 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
Everything you should know about the Hungarian cuisine Piroska Paprika Pörkölt They are the most well-known features of the Hungarian cuisine and culture among foreigners. But what is the real secret behind its fame and popularity? Let’s examine the Hungarian culture a bit deeper. First and foremost, Hungarian cuisine has influenced the Hungarian history, and
iLoveBudapest
Tuesday, 19 March 2019 / Published in Hungarian cuisine
The Hungarian goulash soup What is goulash? It is a kind of stew which contains meat and vegetables, and sometimes some potatoes can also be added to it and is seasoned with paprikaand other spices. We can find also goulash soup in menus, but it is a real soup, so it is a different kind