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Hungarian cuisine and recipes has influenced the history of the Magyar people. The importance of livestock and the nomadic lifestyle of the Magyar people is apparent in the prominence of meat in Hungarian food and may be reflected in traditional meat dishes recipes cooked over the fire like goulash recipe (in Hungarian "gulyás", lit. "Herdsman’s (meal)"), pörkölt stew and the spicy fisherman’s soup recipe called halászlé are all traditionally cooked over the open fire in a bogrács (or cauldron). In the 15th century, King Matthias Corvinus and his Neapolitan wife Beatrice, influenced by Renaissance culture, introduced new recipes ingredients and spices like garlic, ginger, mace, saffron and nutmeg,[6] onion and the use of fruits in stuffings or cooked with meat. Some of these spices like ginger and saffron are no longer used in modern Hungarian cuisine. At that time and later, considerable numbers of Saxons (a German ethnic group), Armenians, Italians, Jews and Serbs settled in the Hungarian basin and in Transylvania. Elements of ancient Turkish cuisine recipes were adopted during the Ottoman era, in the form of sweets (for example different nougats, like white nougat called törökméz, quince (birsalma) sweets, Turkish Delight), Turkish coffee, the cake called bejgli or rice dishes like pilaf (in Transylvania), meat and vegetable dishes like the eggplant, used in eggplant salads and appetizers, stuffed peppers and stuffed cabbage called töltött káposzta.

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cuisine was influenced by Austrian cuisine recipes under the Austro-Hungarian Empire; dishes and methods of food preparation have often been borrowed from Austrian cuisine, and vice versa. Some cakes and sweets in Hungary show a strong German-Austrian influence. All told, modern Hungarian cuisine is a synthesis of ancient Asiatic components mixed with Germanic, Italian, and Slavic elements. The food of Hungary can be considered a melting pot of the continent, with its own original cuisine from its original Magyar people. Hungarian food and recipes often spicy, as hot paprika is commonly used; on account of the use of this spice (hot paprika), Hungarian cuisine. recipes is arguably the spiciest cuisine native to Europe. Besides hot paprika, sweet mild paprika is also used daily. The combination of paprika, lard and red onions is typical of Hungarian cuisine, and the use of the thick sour cream called tejföl. Besides different kinds of paprika and onions (raw, sweated or caramelized), other common flavor components include garlic, black peppercorn, parsley, ground black and white pepper, bay leaf, dill, caraway (seeds or grounded), marjoram, thyme, mustard (prepared), tarragon, vinegar, savory, lovage, creeping thyme Thymus serpyllum, chervil, lemon juice and peel zest, almond, vanilla, poppy seeds and cinnamon. Additional flavor components are wine, coriander, rosemary, juniper berries, anise, basil, oregano, allspice, horseradish, cloves, mace, and nutmeg.
Good food is one of life's great pleasures. Fancy or simple, good food relies on quality ingredients, careful preparation and the intermarrying of flavors. The following recipes have been collected or developed over the years. (While the website is under major reconstruction) no problem, we have a large and very active group that exchanging recipes true the club and will help you to find that old Hungarian recipes you looking for!

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  1. An easy way to peel ginger root. To easily peel ginger root, place it in the freezer for an hour before use and then remove the skin with a sharp knife. Or, try using the edge of a spoon when peeling room temperature ginger root.
  2. Use caramelized onions to add flavor. Caramelized onions are a delicious way to add flavor to mashed potatoes, vegetables, soups and sauces. Luckily they can be made ahead and kept in the refrigerator so they are available when you need them. Do this by chopping onions fine and adding them to melted butter or margarine. Cook at a very low heat until the onions are brown. Be sure there is always lots of butter or the onions will become crispy. Once caramelized, transfer them to a plastic container while the butter is still liquid and store them in the refrigerator. Once solidified it’s easy to take a spoonful whenever you need it!
  3. Fix lumpy sauces. Is your sauce too lumpy? Remove it from the heat immediately and toss it in your food processor to smooth out the lumps and blend the flavors. Add some hot water if necessary to assist with the removal of the lumps. Then reheat as needed and serve!
  4. Using pre-made tomato sauce. Store bought tomato sauce is an easy alternative to making your own. But sometimes it is too acidic or too salty for the dish you’re using it in. A great tip to cut the acidity of tomato sauce is to add about one-eighth of a cup of sugar. To reduce saltiness, add a little cream.

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Directions:

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  Wash and cut up the pork loin, the feet, ears, and tails into smaller pieces you can, or ask your butcher to do it for you.

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  Put the feet, ears, and tails pieces into large pot (not the pork loin) covering them with water. Bring to a boil and simmer covered, very slowly until done and the meat comes off the bones easily.

3

  Throw away water, and wash the feet’s, ears and tails l in cold water.

4

  Rinse out and add two quarts of cold water to the pot and the pork loin, (feet, ears, tails) onions, carrots, celery, parsley, parsnip, peppercorns, garlic, paprika, salt.

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  Cook for about 3 hours or until the skin on the feet become tender, and keep skimming the water to keep the broth clear.

6

  Distribute the meat into several soup bowls. (3-4 pieces to the bowl)

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  Strain the broth and pour over the meat, than let at cool down before storing in a refrigerator.

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  Sprinkle with some paprika, and serve with good hearty bread.

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Fish in the diet

FISH provides another class of high-protein or tissue-building food. As this term is generally understood, it includes both vertebrate fish that is, fish having a backbone such as salmon, cod, shad etc. and many other water animals such as lobsters, crabs, shrimp, oysters and clams. Fish can usually be purchased at a lower price than many other food items and for this reason possesses an economic advantage over them. Some varieties of fish are sought more than others, the popularity of certain kinds depending on the individual taste or the preference of the people in a particular locality.

As is well known, fish is an extremely perishable food. Therefore, when it is caught in quantities too great to be used at one time, it is preserved in various ways. The preservation methods that have proved to be the most satisfactory are canning, salting and drying, smoking and preserving in various kinds of brine and pickle.

 

   

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Soups have been made since ancient times. Around 1300, Huou, chef at the court of Kublai Khan, wrote a collection of recipes (mainly soups) and household advice entitled "The Important Things to Know About Eating and Drinking" The soup is often consumed with Riesling wines. Some like it diluted with soda water. This combination is referred to as fröccs in Hungarian, špricer in Serbian and Croatian from the German word spritz, which imitates the sound effect made by soda water as it fizzes out of the dispenser).


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Pörkölt is a Hungarian stew with boneless meat, paprika, some vegetables and no potato. It should not be confused with Goulash, a stew with more gravy or a soup (using meat with bones, paprika, caraway, vegetables and potato or different tiny dumplings or pasta simmered along with the meat), or Paprikas (using only meat, paprika and thick heavy sour cream). The traditional Hungarian stews: Goulash, Pörkölt and Paprikas are considered to be the national dishes of Hungary.

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A snack food (commonly called a snack) is seen in Western culture as a type of food not meant to be eaten as a main meal of the day – breakfast, lunch, or dinner – but one rather that is intended to assuage a person's hunger between these meals, providing a brief supply of energy for the body.

The term may also refer to a food item consumed between meals purely for the enjoyment of its taste.

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A pork chop is a cut of meat cut perpendicularly to the spine of the pig and usually containing a rib or part of a vertebra, served as an individual portion The center cut or pork loin chop includes a large T shaped bone, and is structurally similar to the beef t-bone steak. Rib chops come from the rib portion of the loin, and are similar to rib eye steaks. Blade or shoulder chops are cut from the shoulder end of the loin, and tend to contain large amounts of connective tissue.

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The modern chicken is a descendant of Red Jungle fowl hybrids with the Grey Jungle fowl first raised thousands of years ago in the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent. Chicken as a meat has been depicted in Babylonian carvings from around 600 BC. Chicken was one of the most common meats available in the Middle Ages. It was widely believed to be easily digested and considered to be one of the most neutral foodstuffs. It was eaten over most of the Eastern hemisphere  such as capons, pullets and hens were eaten.
 
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The original dish called bográcsgulyás was a stew, not a soup. Traditional Hungarian bográcsgulyás (cauldron gulyás) is often still cooked outdoors over an open fire in a cauldron, a Hungarian style "Barbecue". Later on when the dish left the peasant cuisines and became popular even in the town, it started to be cooked more like a soup. Nowadays the dish served in the Hungarian restaurants is a soup, but the locals cook the dish called gulyás as a stew and gulyasleves (leves means soup) like a soup.

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The modern chicken is a descendant of Red Jungle fowl hybrids with the Grey Jungle fowl first raised thousands of years ago in the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent. Chicken as a meat has been depicted in Babylonian carvings from around 600 BC. Chicken was one of the most common meats available in the Middle Ages. It was widely believed to be easily digested and considered to be one of the most neutral foodstuffs. It was eaten over most of the Eastern hemisphere  such as capons, pullets and hens were eaten.

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Leprous such as European rabbits and hares are a food meat in Europe, South America, North America, some parts of the Middle East. Rabbit is still sold in UK butchers and markets, although not in supermarkets. At farmers markets and the famous Borough Market in London, rabbits will be displayed dead and hanging unbutchered in the traditional style next to braces of pheasant and other small game. Rabbit meat was once commonly sold in Sydney, Australia, the sellers of which giving the name to the rugby league team the South Sydney Rabbitohs, but quickly became unpopular after the disease myxomatosis was introduced in an attempt to wipe out the feral rabbit population (see also Rabbits in Australia).

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Salad is any of a wide variety of dishes including: green salads; vegetable salads; salads of pasta, legumes, or grains; mixed salads incorporating meat, poultry, or seafood; and fruit salads. They include a mixture of cold or hot foods, often including raw vegetables and/or fruits. Green salads include leaf lettuce and vegetables with a dressing. Other salads are based on pasta, noodles, jelly, or even Cool Whip. Most salads are traditionally served cold, although some, such as German potato salad, are served hot.

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Dobosh Torte (type of cake) was first introduced at the National General Exhibition of Budapest in 1885; Franz Joseph I and his Empress Elisabeth were among the first to taste it. The cake soon became popular throughout Europe as it was different from all others. It was simple but elegant, as opposed to the multi-storey, flaming cakes of the age. Its other secret was its use of fine butter cream, which was very little known at the time; cake fillings and frostings were usually made with cooked pastry cream or whipped cream.

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Vegetarianism encompasses the practice of following plant-based diets (fruits, vegetables, etc.)with or without the inclusion of dairy products or eggs, and with the exclusion of meat (red meat, poultry, and seafood). Abstention from by-products of animal slaughter, such as animal-derived rennet and gelatin, may also be practiced.
Vegetarianism can be adopted for different reasons: In addition to ethical reasons, motivations for vegetarianism include health, religious, political, environmental, cultural, aesthetic or economic. There are varieties of the diet as well: an ovo-vegetarian diet includes eggs but not dairy products, a lacto-vegetarian diet includes dairy products but not eggs, and an ovo-lacto vegetarian diet includes both eggs and dairy products. A vegan diet excludes all animal products, including eggs, dairy, and honey.

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