You can find vegetarian foods maked with a "V" after the name of a food, in the list, situated on the left side. It is written in parentheses that the preparation is easy, needs routin or hard for a beginner, in each recipe under their names.

The recipes are made for 3-4 people's portion.

Tip: a heaped spoonful sugar/flour/cocoa/wheat-meal = 20 grams = 0.706 ounce.

Good cooking and baking! Enjoy your meal!

Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Hungarian domestic chicken soup

(easy to make)


1 whole chicken
1 kohlrabi
0,5 celeriac
2 parsley
7-8 big carrot
1 onion
0,5 little savoy cabbage
1 stock cube
2 tablespoon salt

1, Clean the chicken and cut it into pieces (eg. leg). Clean the vegetables. Cut the carrots and parsleys into 4-5 cm pieces.

2, Put the chicken and the vegetables into a 4-5 litres pot and pour water on. Cook it in a very slow owen. Add the salt and the stock cube in when it begins to boil. Cook it for about 80-120 minutes (depend on the chicken's age, the older the chicken is, the more cooking is needed).

3, Cook water in a small pot and add in the varmicelli. Cook it for about 6-8 minutes then filter it.

4, Remove the vegetables from the soup and the chicken, then filter the soup. Add the vermicelli into the filtered soup and serve it until it is warm.

Preparation time: ca. 2-2,5 hours

Friday, 28 May 2010

Turnover-pie (Béles)

(easy to make)


1 kg potatoes
35 decagram flour
6-7 tablespoons of cooking-oil
1 tablespoon salt

1, Cook the potatoes in salted water. When the potatoes are ready, break them, and add in the flour. Knead together the potatoes with the flour. Add more flour in, untill it can be rolled out.

2, Cut the mass into palm-sized pieces, and form balls from them. Roll out the balls, and fry them.

Preparing time: ca. 50 minuts (without frying)

Note: Don't put the rolled out balls on top of the otherbefore fry them, because they will stuck together.