Traditional Hungarian Hunter's Stew - called Vadas, would typically be prepared with game meat or beef. A versatile main course, you can either serve it with bread dumplings, on a bed of rice or even pasta.
Dödölle are traditional Hungarian potato dumplings that are popular across the country, with each area giving it a regional twist. A filling dish made from affordable pantry essentials; serve it with sour cream and pickles.
Hungarian dumplings (nokedli) are a traditional side-dish, often served alongside hearty stews and paprikash chicken. However, you can easily turn dumplings into a filling main course of its own by adding eggs and serving with a side of crispy lettuce made with a refreshing vinaigrette.
This is an easy to prepare meatloaf, infused with a rich smoky aroma from the Mangalitza pancetta. A versatile dish, you can serve it with a leafy green salad for a light lunch or with creamy mashed potatoes to create an indulgent dinner.
Deliciously succulent pork chops, marinated overnight for maximum tenderness. Infused with flavour and just a touch of heat, these steaks are quick and easy to prepare. Serve with a leafy green salad or over a bed of egg noodles for comfort food paradise.
A simple and healthy recipe perfect for summer, these delicious chicken skewers are great whether you are making them on the BBQ, or on a rainy day in the comfort of your kitchen. Serve on warm pita bread, with a side of leafy green salad and a selection of pickles.
Healthy and hearty at the same time, this is a real gourmet treat. The salmon is perfectly complemented by the earthy, wooden aroma of forest mushrooms and the intense flavour of the venison charcuterie.
The ultimate comfort food, rakott crumpli (layered potatoes) is a true family favourite and a popular weekend staple. Easy to assemble, this delicious potato bake is given an irresistible gourmet touch by the addition of venison chorizo.
Turn an unassuming cabbage into a gastronomic delight with a scrumptious honey and mustard vinaigrette. A lighter alternative to roast potato, this delicious side dish is bursting with flavour, perfect for summer and delicious with steak or a BBQ
A delicious and healthy focaccia recipe bursting with nutty goodness & fresh herbal aromas. With an irresistible topping of caramelised onions and scrumptious sun-dried tomatoes, this is a great choice for sharing while basking in the summer sunshine.
The slow-cooked golden ham hock is crunchy on the outside but soft and tender on the inside, while the caramelised onion in Tokaji Aszu sauce bring a mouth-watering complexity that makes this the perfect showstopping centerpiece at any party.
Chicken Paprikash, called Paprikás Csirke in Hungarian, is a popular weekend staple and a classic of the Hungarian culinary arts. As suggested by its name, smoky paprika is at the heart of this creamy stew, which combines simple ingredients into a comfort food paradise.
Delicious flaky trout fillets full of Omega-3, served with a healthy homemade potato salad bursting with flavour from a tarragon mustard dressing. The whole meal is ready in less than 30 minutes, perfect if you find yourself short of time but still looking for a proper cooked meal.
While Hungarian cuisine is typically meat focused, there are some family favourites which skimp on flesh, but not on taste. Paprikás Krumpli is a simple and delicious one-pot delight made with aromatic Hungarian paprika, creating a flavourful and hearty vegetarian meal.
Töltött Paprika is a classic Hungarian dish of stuffed bell peppers with mince and rice, perfect for when you are craving a lighter meal in the summertime. To ensure that it packs the most flavour, make it when the peppers are at peak freshness.
Lecsó is a traditional dish from fresh seasonal vegetables, similar to ratatouille and shakshuka, but with a distinct Hungarian twist from the aromatic smoked paprika. Highly versatile it can be a light vegetarian option or add chorizofor a filling one-pot main.