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Traditional Hungarian dishes
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Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-03-06, 11:11   Traditional Hungarian dishes

Jakie s± tradycyjne dania węgierskie?
What are the traditional Hungarian dishes?
 
     
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Posted: 2010-03-06, 18:05   

 
     
Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-03-06, 18:05   

Goulash / Gulyás
Goulash Soup / Gulyásleves
Fisherman's Soup / Halászlé
Lecsó / Lecho -> (Try this, because it's very easy to cook.)
Pörkölt
Paprikás krumpli (no link)
Cabbage roll / Töltött káposzta
Punjena paprika / Töltött paprika
Túrós csusza
Rakott krumpli (no link)
Pacalpörkölt (no link) -> My best Hungarian dish.

And the: Pálinka ;) -> In the first picture, This Pálinka made in Kecskemét. Kecskemét is the nearest city my village. When I was a kid, my family had a peach orchard, and we give up to this Pálinka. :)

Other Hungarian dishes here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/w...ungarian_dishes
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Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-03-06, 18:15   

"its alcohol content is between 37.5% and 86% ABV." :)

In Hungary, There's a very hard "activity", what is the hardest drink: Pálinka or Vodka? I think who would try to drink too much Pálinka, never answered this question...

I was drank a Pálinka and Vodka in same time, and I think, the Pálinka is harder.
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Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-03-06, 22:46   

Cabbage roll is known in Poland as "goł±bki" (little pigeons) ;-) I very like it!
 
     
Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-03-07, 14:07   

Pacalpörkölt - how it is cooked? I think this is something similar to the Polish "flaczki".
 
     
Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-03-07, 16:34   

Flaczki is a soup? The Hungarian "Pacal" is a stew.
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Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-03-07, 19:26   

Yes, it's a soup. (Flaki or Flaczki )

I found a website a Polish restaurant with Hungarian cuisine. Pacalpörkölt has been described as Hungarian flaczki, pointedly seasoned.
 
     
Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-03-07, 19:36   

They are wrong. :) The real Hungarian Pacal is looks like this. This is a true stew, not a soup.
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Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-04-21, 14:05   

Lanti, do you know a easy recipe for a Hungarian dessert? :D

I read somewhere that the Hungarians like pancakes in various forms. In Hungarian: palacsinta? It's a generic name or something special?
 
     
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Posted: 2010-04-21, 17:12   

Ja chcę nale¶niki ! :mrgreen:
Azt akarom, palacsinta ! :mrgreen:
 
     
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Posted: 2010-04-21, 19:13   

I think you thinking the Polish "nale¶nik".
Wikipedia

The Hungarian Palacsinta is looks like this:
http://www.budacast.hu/_p..._palacsinta.jpg
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Posted: 2010-04-21, 19:20   

Just like polish !
Taki jak polski !
 
     
Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-04-21, 19:26   

Great! If I could go to Poland with Erasmus, I could eat homely flavors. ;)
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Posted: 2010-04-21, 19:52   

Yes, I think about nale¶nik :D

We mostly (I think) eat nale¶nik just with sugar or jam. Or example, the sausage frankfurter and cheese :D
 
     
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Posted: 2010-04-21, 20:26   

Shimizu wrote:
Yes, I think about nale¶nik :D

We mostly (I think) eat nale¶nik just with sugar or jam. Or example, the sausage frankfurter and cheese :D


With sausage frankfurter and cheese? :)

We mostly eat with cocoa, jam and cottage cheese.
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