Main Dishes

  • Stuffed Cabbage – Töltött Káposzta

    You may notice that the recipe for stuffed cabbage is very similar to that of stuffed peppers, and that makes perfect sense. In fact, the stuffing part is really so similar that you can make a big batch of the filling and make both! But there are also a few variations. This recipe is a […]

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  • Cabbage and Noodles

    Cabbage and Noodles or Káposztás Tészta is a lovely vegetarian dish that can be made sweet or savory. It can be a snack, a first course, or even served as a dessert. You can make both versions and decide which you like best! 1 head of cabbage, chopped 1 TB salt 1 TB oil 1 […]

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  • Túrós Csusza (Farmer’s Cheese and Bacon with Noodles)

    Túrós Csusza (Farmer’s cheese and Bacon with Noodles) This is a quick-to-fix, delicious Hungarian dish! Egg noodles, túró (this special cheese is hard to find in the USA so Amish friendship cheese is perfect for this recipe), sour cream, and szalonna (Hungarian bacon) combine together in an amazing way. Regular bacon is fine, but the dish […]

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  • Toltott Zoldpaprika ~ Stuffed Green Peppers

    Töltött Zöldpaprika (Stuffed Green Peppers) Recipe by Dorothy Bolla adapted by Liz Vos 4 to 6 green peppers but feel free to use all the colors as they can make the dish really beautiful! 2 lb. ground beef 1 lb. ground pork 1 1/2 cups raw converted rice 1 1/2 cups water 1- 2 medium […]

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  • Csirke Paprikas ~ Chicken Paprikas

    Csirke Paprikas ~ Chicken Paprikas 1 C. chopped onion 1/2 tsp. black pepper 1/4 c. lard, vegetable oil, or shortening 3-4 lbs chicken cut up (I have used boneless in the past but this dish is absolutely better with chicken that isn’t boneless–it adds a much richer flavor) salt to taste 1 1/2 c. chicken […]

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  • Rakott Krumpli (Layered Potatoes)

    Rakott Krumpli If I was going to pick a dish that reminds me of growing up in a home with an abundance of Hungarian food, this would have to be it. We used to have a Hungarian butcher in Youngstown, OH which is where we bought our hurka and smoked kolbász. It was always fun […]

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