Halaslé – Hungarian fish soup – Ungarische Fischsuppe

Deutsch This soup I ate the first time at the age of 12 years. A co-worker of my uncle, a Hungarian, has prepared the soup in a cauldron over an open fire in the garden. The whole was then served first the broth as a soup and the fish and potatoes as a main dish. If I remember correctly, there […]

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Juicy Goulash – Saftgulasch

Deutsch The term goulash (Gulyás) is originally from Hungary, and was the name given to the cattle herders of the Puszta. They cooked over an open fire in a kettle a soup-like dish, originally probably only with onions, garlic and meat. After the discovery of America the peppers came probably over the Ottoman Empire to Hungary and so became an […]

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‚Paprikás Csirke‘ – Hungarian chicken paprikash – Ungarisches Paprikahuhn

Deutsch The chicken paprikash comes probably from the Hungarian Pannonia and was originally cooked with a hen only. The recipe is in the North American region well known by a family soap with Eva and Zsa Zsa Gabor in the 1960s. In the picture actually homemade Tarhonya should be with, I preferred rice this time. 4 servings Ingredients: 1 chicken […]

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Goulash soup – Gulaschsuppe

Deutsch This recipe is probably the next to the origin of this dish without spanish peppers and potatoes before the discovery of America. What we now know as goulash, was a soup with meat and presumably onions and garlic. Goulash in our sense is called in Hungary as Pörkölt or Paprikasch. After the discovery of America in 1492 probably came […]

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