Hungarian sausages are really delicious and I think if you are visiting Hungary, you must at least try these handmade ones by the local people. They smell so good even in a distance! What’s more when it is cooked in a casserole? Wallop some sour cream (the Hungarian Tejföl), it’s a taste you probably can remember for long and co-relating it to Hungary each time.
Some possible Hungarian recipes.
People gathering for the large demonstration against Viktor Orban’s insane government in Hungary. At Oktogon Burger King members of a Roma organization were waiting for mates with this small transparent saying: WE BELONG HERE…
+++++ Today’s Hungarian Food Recommendation: Duck Thighs with Braised Red Cabbage
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I shall title this post: Onion Head eating the Hungarian Langos. Langos is a traditional Hungarian snack, a must try and I recommend it for the Winter as it is pretty heavy. This particular Hungarian snack is not healthy, but it is certainly yummy with the original toppings such as tejfol (sour cream), cheese and sprinkle some garlic juice :)
They sold this dödölle in the Buda Castle last week during the three days celebration. You can see more picture and the recipe here.
A basic Hungarian food. Hortobagyi húsos palacsinta. Its a sort of pancake filled with meat. So this pancake is not sweet but salty and very tasty:) And very heavy:)
In Hungary, university students must at least have a ‘Passed’ in English. Learning English for students with disability such as those with low vision, or visually impaired can now learn with ease with useful tools sponsored by IBM. It is quite a challenge to read but now it can be facilitated by the following different tools.
+++++ Today’s Hungarian Food Recommendation: Hungarian lecsó
Lecsó is a vegetable dish of stewed tomatoes, peppers and onions. +++++
Funzine is an English program magazine about Budapest. They have celebrated their third birthday last week with a party on the A38 ship. Since Zannnie is a registered member of Funzine we attended the party and I took this low quality shot with my iphone.
+++++ Today’s Hungarian Food Recommendation: Paprikás Csirke
Paprikás csirke, or “paprika chicken,” is where chicken is simmered in a paprika-flavored sauce until tender and sour cream is stirred into the sauce to enrich it. +++++