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Posts Published in ‘ eastern european ’

Paprikas Burgonya (Potatoes and Sausage) Recipe

May 27, 2016 | by Lisa | main dishes

Paprika is a common ingredient in Hungarian cuisine. Red onions, garlic, as well as a type of sour cream are also used in many dishes so I combined them here to make this potato and sausage recipe.

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Red Cabbage with Caraway Seeds Recipe

| by Lisa | vegetables, sides, bread

This colorful dish has a tang from the vinegar and a sweetness from the honey. It tastes better if stored in the refrigerator overnight to let the flavors meld.

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Hungarian Spaetzle (Dumplings) Recipe

| by Lisa | vegetables, sides, bread

Traditionally to make spaetzle, you place the dough on a wooden board and hold it over the boiling water as you cut strips off. It is a very messy job. It’s well worth the effort, but next time I am going to use a spaetzle maker.

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Chocolate Palacsinta Recipe

May 25, 2016 | by Lisa | sweets

A palacsinta is similar to a crepe and is delicious with a variety of fillings, commonly apricot jam and walnuts. A well known Hungarian version is the Gundel pancake a crepe with a filling made from rum, raisin, walnuts, and lemon zest, served with a chocolate sauce. You can set up a palacsinta bar so each person can add their favorite fillings and toppings.

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Gozinakh (Walnut Honey Candy) Recipe

May 2, 2016 | by Marilyn | sweets

I love anything with honey and walnuts. So when I found this recipe on RusCuisine I know it would be a great dessert for a Russian-themed book club party.

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