Goulash Souphttps://mylittlehungary.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/goulash-3773134-Medium-1024x675.jpg 1024 675 Sylvia123 Sylvia123 http://2.gravatar.com/avatar/81ae291b001b8f8c50e30d725d1a39c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g
When it is cold outside I love eating spicy, heartwarming soups because that healthy salad isn’t going to warm up my toes. 🙂 A winter warmer soup with bold flavors is amazingly delicious and comforting. These soups are great lunch or dinner alternatives, one of life’s simple treats. There is a wide range of winter soups & broths for you to choose from Hungarian cuisine. No doubt, goulash soup perfectly represents Hungarian gastronomy. It is famous all around the world and foreigners frequently ask for it while staying in Hungary.
Hake, the cult summer foodhttps://mylittlehungary.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/20160715_155258-crop-Large-1024x678.jpg 1024 678 Sylvia123 Sylvia123 http://2.gravatar.com/avatar/81ae291b001b8f8c50e30d725d1a39c5?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Hake (hekk, in Hungarian) is a cult summer food in Hungary. Although this fish comes from the sea, and Hungary is a landlocked country, we, Hungarians have built a whole culture around it. Hake has become one of the basic summer eating options for Hungarians beside lángos, pancake and corn on the cob. It’s a big star of the Hungarian “beach cuisine” along rivers and around lakes in the country. Little kiosks on the shore sell hake with pickles and white bread, no doubt. read more