Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™© Brings You Breaded Hungarian Cauliflower

Hello Everyone! Time for a new recipe that I’m sure you’ll enjoy. Breaded Cauliflower is another one those easy to love comfort foods. Believe me; you won’t have any problem making your kids eat this veggie. I usually serve them with rice, just as today.

First let me share with you the video recipe and then if you still need it, you’ll have the recipe on hand as well.

• Take cauliflower to florets
• Place cauliflower into a stock pot
• Add 7-8 cups of water
• ½ tsp ground black pepper
• 1 tsp salt
• Cook for 20 minutes

For Rice and Peas

• Bring to boil 2 cups of water
• 1 tsp salt
• Add 1 cup of Basmati Rice to boiling water
• Add 1 tbsp Grape Seed Oil
• Cook for 10 minutes (or until desired tenderness is reached)
• Turn Off Heat
• Add 1 cup of green peas
• Stir together with rice
• Wait for a minute
• Drain Rice and peas
• Add 1 tbsp grape seed oil to prevent sticking

To finish Breaded Cauliflower

• You will need 3 bowls
• Place flour into 1st bowl
• Crack 4 eggs into next bowl and add salt
• Whisk together eggs by using a fork
• Place breadcrumbs into next bowl
• Drain Cauliflower
• Dust each cauliflower with flour all over
• Place flour dusted cauliflower into egg wash
• Coat with eggs all over
• Then place cauliflower into breadcrumbs
• Dust all over with breadcrumbs
• Place on a plate until ready to fry
• Warm oil
• When oil is hot enough place breaded cauliflower into it
• Turn when golden brown (about 1-2 minutes)
• Fry other side until golden brown
• Remove and serve with Rice and Peas

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Baked Eggs a’la Helen

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History of Hungarian Goulash by Helen Radics Jr.

Hungarian Goulash has always fascinated people regardless of their cultural background. This history rich culinary treasure has been the topic of many discussions around tables all over the world for centuries. However, the secrets lies so deep in our culinary history that only a brief historical review of Hungary could shed light to the sometimes misunderstood origin of today’s world-famous national dish of Hungarians or Magyars as we call ourselves in Hungarian.

Goulash actually means “Herdsman” in Hungarian and perhaps because they had the best and freshest ingredients, created the most mouth-watering dishes in cauldrons outside in mainly harsh conditions, they do deserve this national treasure to be named after them. Hungarian Goulash did not always have the bright red colour that it’s so famous for today. Actually Hungary did not even know paprika until the Turks invaded and occupied Hungary for 150 years (1526-1699), bringing with them more exotic spices and the still loved coffee.

Although papika is the symbol of many Hungarian dishes, and our national spice, the plant was mostly used as decoration s the Turks brought the plant to Hungary during the 16th-17th century. Shepherds and herdsmen, who had more contact with the invader Turks, started to spice their meals with the fiery red powder. From the herdsmen’s cauldrons, the paprika gradually spiced up the dishes of peasants and eventually showed up at the tables of the reluctant aristocracy. Red paprika’s 200-year-journey created something so memorable that perhaps there is no country in the world that did not hear about our fiery dish. But I promised you the history of Hungarian Goulashand not red paprika, however today’s Hungarian Goulash doesn’t exist without Hungarian red paprika…

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Beef Bourguignon by Helen M Radics

I’m Hungarian and of course pleaple expect me to share Hungarian dishes with them. However, I also enjoy dishes from around the world. After all, versatility makes us interesting. I love cooking, and not exclusively Hungarian dishes.

Beef Bourguignon By Helen M Radics!

Let me take you around the world through some of my most favourite international dishes. Today we’ll take a trip around France’s rich culinary world…

If you follow my video you will realize how easy it is to re-create this lovely dish, that you were always afraid to attempt as it sounded too complicated. Well, it isn’t. So let me show you all the steps behind creating a sucessful Beef Bourguignon.

Today, I share with you one of the most famous French dishes, Beef Bourguignon My aunt married a Frenchman, and whenever she visited, she would make it for the family. This proves that you don’t need to be French to cook their delicious dishes.

2 tbsp of olive oil
30 cubes of bacon
1 onion, chopped
20 pearl onions
15 mushrooms, cut into four
3 carrots, sliced
3 lb of beef, cubed
3 cloves of garlic
3 springs of thyme (only the leaves)
1 tbsp tomato paste
1/2 tsp salt
1/2 tsp ground black pepper
1 tbsp flour
3 springs of parsley, chopped
3 cups of dry red wine
3 cups of beef stock
2 bay leaves
3 tbsp of butter

Gether all your ingredients, believe me, it saves a lot of time. I also like to do my dishes while I am cooking. So at the end I don’t have anything else to do but enjoy a lovely meal with my family.

Please follow my recipe step by step as seen on video. You may serve this mouth-watering dish with boied potatoes or crusty home made bread. Bon Appetit!




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Non Plus Ultra – Hungarian Easter Pastry

If you enjoy meringues and linzer type pastries, you will love Non Plus Ultra which is one of the most popular pastries of Hungary ar Easter. However, if you serve this dessert during your Easter holidays you will have to make it often as your family will surely fall in love with this delectable little wonder. So lets start baking (make a few batches as it will disappear in no time)

Click HERE for the recipe. These pretty little treats will be your go to pastry in no time. Enjoy them and let me know what you think.



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Walnut Roll & Poppy Seed Roll for EASTER

Hungarian Walnut Roll & Poppy Seed Roll is the most traditional Easter and Christmas pastry served in every single household in Hungary. There is also a sweet cottage cheese version of the roll as well, however the most popular is Walnut Roll and Poppy Seed Roll. On a personal note, I would like to mention that I am the Life Magazine Spokesperson for Walnut Roll and I lead my Walnut Roll team to victory on the nationally televized battle between Walnut and Poppy Seed Roll on Life Network. This is an annual Christmas Special. I had so much fun and I’m sure you will also have fun re-creating this lovely traditonal pastry for your family. So lets start the recipe…


500 grams of all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tbsp sugar
1 pack of vanilla sugar
1 egg + 1 egg yolk
1 lemon’s zest (and juice for the fillings)
1 cup of milk + tsp sugar
2 tsp dry yeast
Pinch of salt
4-5 teaspoon melted unsalted butter

Warm up milk and add 1 tsp sugar and the dry yeast; cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Place the following in a large mixing bowl: flour, lemon zest, yeast mixture, 1 egg + 1 egg yolk, sugar, butter and enough milk to make a soft but not sticky dough. If ssticky add a little more flour. Cover bowl and put on top of the stove, leave dough to rise for 40 minutes to 1 hour.

For Walnut Seed Filling:

3 cups of ground walnuts
1 tbsp of raisins
3 tbsp of sugar
1 cup of milk
1 pack of vanilla sugar
1/2 lemon’s zest and juice

Mix all of the above together, place in a small stockpot and cook on medium high heat until thick and creamy. Put aside and let cool.

Poppy Seed Filling:

1 cup of ground poppy seeds (ground poppy seeds on coffee grinder with sugar so it won’t stick together)
3 tbps of sugar
1/2 lemon’s zest and juice
1 pack of vanilla sugar
2 tablespoons of raisins
1 cup of milk

Mix together all of the above and place in a small stockpot. Cook on medium high heat until thick and creamy. Let cool untill needed.

Turn off oven so it won’t be too hot. Now punch down dough and turn onto a flour dusted counter top. Knead dough for a few minutes, roll out to about 1/2 cm (1/4 of an inch) thickness as seen on video. Spread filling evenly; roll up and seal ends as seen. Please use video as guide. Let rest for another 25-30 minutes; brush with egg yolk and bake in a preheated 375F oven until golden brown. Remove, let cool.

Don’t be afraid to try this traditional, time tested pastry recipe. Your family will have a wonderful new family traditon for generations to come.

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Walnut & Poppy Seed Roll for Easter

Hungarian Walnut Roll & Poppy Seed Roll is the most traditional Easter and Christmas pastry served in every single household in Hungary. There is also a sweet cottage cheese version of the roll as well, however the most popular is Walnut Roll and Poppy Seed Roll. On a personal note, I would like to mention that I am the Life Magazine Spokesperson for Walnut Roll and I lead my Walnut Roll team to victory on the nationally televized battle between Walnut and Poppy Seed Roll on Life Network. This is an annual Christmas Special. I had so much fun and I’m sure you will also have fun re-creating this lovely traditonal pastry for your family. So lets start the recipe…

Ingredient

500 grams of all purpose flour
1/2 teaspoon salt
2 tbsp sugar
1 pack of vanilla sugar
1 egg + 1 egg yolk
1 lemon’s zest (and juice for the fillings)
1 cup of milk + tsp sugar
2 tsp dry yeast
Pinch of salt

Warm up milk and add 1 tsp sugar and the dry yeast; cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Place the following in a large mixing bowl: flour, lemon zest, yeast mixture, 1 egg + 1 egg yolk, sugar, butter and enough milk to make a soft but not sticky dough. If ssticky add a little more flour. Cover bowl and put on top of the stove, turn on oven to 35F and let rise for 40 minutes to 1 hour.

For Walnut Seed Filling

3 cups of ground walnuts
1 tbsp of raisins
3 tbsp of sugar
1 cup of milk
1 pack of vanilla sugar
1/2 lemon’s zest and juice

Mix all of the above together, place in a small stockpot and cook on medium high heat until thick and creamy. Put aside and let cool.

1 cup of ground poppy seeds (ground poppy seeds on coffee grinder with sugar so it won’t stick together)
3 tbps of sugar
1/2 lemon’s zest and juice
1 pack of vanilla sugar
2 tablespoons of raisins
1 cup of milk

Mix together all of the above and place in a small stockpot. Cook on medium high heat until thick and creamy. Let cool untill needed.

Turn off oven so it won’t be too hot. Now punch down dough and turn onto a flour dusted counter top. Knead dough for a few minutes, roll out to about 1/2 cm (1/4 of an inch) thickness as seen on video. Spread filling evenly; roll up and seal ends as seen. Please use video as guide. Let rest for another 25-30 minutes; brush with egg yolk and bake in a preheated 375F oven until golden brown. Remove, let cool.

Don’t be afraid to try this traditional, time tested pastry recipe. Your family will have a wonderful new family traditon for generations to come.

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Lemon Punch

Lemon and Life has always been used to create refreshing cocktails and drinks. Let me share with you this easy to prepare, light and Vitamin C rich drinks. You may add vodka or tequilla to it or keep it kid friendly.

Ingredients:

3 lemons or limes
18 cubes of sugar or 5 tablespoons of sugar
4 cups of “no sugar added” type white grape juice
3 cups of unsweetened apple juice
6-8 long strips of lemon zest for decorations
10 fresh basil leaves
3 slices of fresh ginger
+1 lemon

Slice lemons and palce them into a stockpot. Add apple and grape juice; bring to a gentle boil and add sugar. Turn down heat and cook for about 2-3 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool. Once cool, place in a serving pitcher and add the juice of a fresh lemon and all the basil leaves. Gently crush basil into liquid with a wooden spoon of spoon.

Serve with fresh basil leaves and long strips of lemon zest.



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Beef with Red Wine

Mushrooms are full of earthy goodness and its unique flavour makes it a wonderful addition to your meals. Let me share with you a recipe that is versatile and easy to prepare for both lunch and dinner.

Ingredients:

200 grams of wild mushrooms (any of your favourites)
8 thin slices of beef
1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil
Pinch of salt
Pinch of black pepper
1 spring of thyme (or ½ teaspoon dry)
½ cup of red wine
¼ teaspoon smoked red paprika

Clean mushrooms by lightly rinsing them and pat drying them. I know all the experts say not to wash mushrooms but I always rinse them fast because they are full of dirt. Also rinse fresh thyme, pat dry it and pull off the leaves. I also like to add the stem to the dish and remove it before serving it.

Wash and pat dry beef slices. Place plastic wrap on them and lightly pound them to tenderize.

Place olive oil and red paprika in an earthenware dish that has a lid. Sprinkle beef with salt, thyme and black pepper. Place into the oil so it’s well coated; turn to coat the other side. Spread the mushrooms on top and sprinkle with thyme, salt and black pepper. Also drizzle a little olive oil on top; add the red wine and cover. Leave in fridge overnight.

Remove from fridge 30 minutes prior to cooking. Preheat oven to 375F (180C) Bake for 45 minutes to an hour. Remove lid and bake for another 15-20 minutes.

Serve with oven roasted potatoes, home fries or risotto and red wine.


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Pasta Dishes of Hungary

Pasta dishes are a very important and unique part of Hungarian cooking. There are sweet, delectable recipes as well as savoury, mouth-watering creations served up weekly in every single Hungarian household. Of course Hungarians love their meat dishes as well, but you will be amazed to learn that Hungarians or “Magyars” as we call ourselves, serve pasta dishes and vegetble creations weekdays and mouth-watering Hungarian Goulash, Chicken Paprikash, Schnitzels and other meat specialties accompanied by golden Hungarian Chicken Soup. But lets get back to todays top, Hungarian Pastas.

Let us explore these wonderful, original specialties unique to Hungary. Let me share with you The Secret of Hungarian Cooking™ that will make you fall in love with the Flavours of Hungary™ one dish at a time…

Basic Poppy Seed Recipe

1 pack of “sagnarelli” pasta, or any flat wide pasta

you like, such as bowtie etc.

1 cup ground poppy seeds

3 tablespoons of sugar

1 package of vanilla sugar

1 tablespoon of vegetable or grape seed oil

For pasta water:

1 tablespoon of salt

1 tablespoon of olive oil

6 cups of water

Hungarian Poppy Seed Pasta or “Makos Teszta” in Hungarian is perhaps the most popular of the sweet pasta dishes. It is very simple to prepare as can see in my video recipe that is featured on my cooking show Cooking with Helen M Radics™

Hungarian Cottage Cheese Pasta or “Turos Teszta” is another Hungarian favourite that is served sweet, with a hint of Vanilla Sugar, raisins and a few more special ingredients. Interestingly is also a very popular savoury dish with a hint of crispy bacon bits on top.

Hungarian Walnut Pasta is another sweet specialty that every member of your family will adore. Why not try some of these lovely sweet and savoury recipes that will surely become new family favourites. Hungarian Potato Paprikash Pasta or “Krumplis Teszta” is one of the most popular savoury dish of Hungary. Another lovely dish that could be served sweet of savoury is Cabbage Pasta depending on the spices that you add. Use freshly ground black pepper for the savoury version and sugar on the sweet version.

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Hello Everyone! Happy Valentine’s Day! Why not suprise that special someone with easy to follow, beautiful cookbooks that they will treasure for a lifetime. Or perhaps surprise yourself and create a special feast for your friends and family.
Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 1  Hungarian Food has always fascinated people regardless of their background.  Find one of the most extensive collection of authentic and original Hungarian family recipes in Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 1Helen M Radics shares with you The Secret of Hungarian Cooking™ that will make you fall in love with the Flavours of Hungary™ one recipe at a time.  The author’s 1st cookbook will reveal the mystery of such national treasures as the history rich Hungarian Goulash, Chicken Paprikash, Hungarian Fish Soup, Cabbage Rolls which are not made with the use of tomato paste, but with the use of another Hungarian symbol, the bright red Hungarian Red Paprika.  The book will also share with you the History of Red Paprika, Hungarian Culinary Evolution, History of Hungarian Wine, Hungarian Wine Selection, Menu Planning, Appetizers, Soups, Main Dishes, Side Dishes, an extensive Herbal Dictionary and of course Breads, Biscuits, Bread Sticks and Hungary’s world famous desserts.  Some of these include the regal Dobos Torte, the Eszterhazy Torte, Sacher Cake and of course Hungary’s answer to the Walnut Roll, called “Beigli” in Hungarian, for which the author is the Official Life Magazine Spokesperson.  This book is featured by the Hungarian Heritage Recipe Library™ and is highly praised by the Hungarian National Tourism Board. 

Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 2  The author’s 2nd cookbook is another complete cookbook that features some of Hungary’s best known and loved recipe creations.  The 2nd  cookbook from Helen M Radics is a unique collection of family favourites and her great-great Grandmother’s special recipes loved for generations by the Szabo, Tolnay, Swartz and Radics families.  She also includes many of her own creations, dreamed up by her fertile imagination.  Helen M Radics’ books are a bountiful gathering of traditional Hungarian heritage recipes that your family will adore. 

Her  2nd  cookbook shares with you many vegetable main dishes, called “Fozelek”.  These unique dishes are similar to creamed spinach, but could be created with potatoes, peas, wax beans, green beans, squash and many more vegetables.  However, they are not made with the use of cream, but a special, easy to prepare sour cream slurry.  These dishes are served with a tablespoon of Hungarian Goulash, or Hungarian Hamburger Patties called “Fasirt” in Hungarian.  She has also created a special  Meat Section, Goulashes  and delectable desserts, breads and pastriesFeatured by the Hungarian Heritage Recipe Library™

Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 3 
// ]]>Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™3 This is the complete baking book, with a perfect mixture of tradition and modern culinary applications.  Helen M Radics' 3rd book fills a need that exist in the Hungarian culinary world.  There aren't many complete baking books on the market and finding a Hungarian baking book is almost impossible.  This  book includes many famous recipes such us Black Forest Cake, Jokai Torte, Punch Cake and special holiday cakes for Thanksgiving, Halloween, Valentine's Day,  and Christmas cakes.  Old time favourites such as Dobos Torte, Eszterhazy Torte, Sacher Torte, Walnut Cake and what collection of Hungarian desserts would be complete without our delectable Hungarian Walnut Rolls and Poppy Seed Rolls.  There is a sinful cookie section complete with Stained Glass Cookies that could be used as a Christmas tree decoration.  Spiderweb cookies for Halloween, Meringue Ghosts, Artasian Breads, Biscuits and perhaps the most surprising of them all, her Ham & Cheese Flowers that are wonderfully surprising for Brunch, Picnic or Christmas Day breakfast.  So don't miss out on another jewel of the culinary world.  A must have for the baker of the family.   Easy to follow guides of some of the world's most sought after collection of mezmerizing Hungarian heritage dishes, desserts, fragrant breads, biscuits and many more specialities.     Helen M Radics created a baking book to fill the need as there aren't any complete English language Hungarian baking books in the world.  You will find all the recipes that you were searching for in one complete, easy to follow book.  No more need to search for breads in one book, desserts in another, pastries, cakes in a 3rd book.  It is all here, in one lovely book.

This is another collection of easy to follow hard to find recipes and national treasures.  She has dedicated her book to her beloved Mother and Grandmothers for their tireless efforts in preserving her family traditions and recipes passed down for generations.  Helen's Grandmother and Great-Grandmother created their first notebook recipe collection for the future generations of their family in 1891.  Helen included many of those secret recipes in this lovely cookbook.  Featured by the Hungarian National Recipe Library™.

Mom's Hungarian Heritage Recipes™  This is a complete cookbook including Appetizers, Salads, Main Dishes, Meat Dishes, Desserts, Savoury pastries, Breads, Biscuits, Truffles and many more recipes that have the potential of becoming new family favourites.  Helen M Radics brings you one of the most traditional recipes every collected in one keepsake cookbook that your family will love to use for generations to come. 

The book's traditional recipes are accompanied by gourmet creations and original dishes found only in the Szabo, Tolnay and Radics families.  These special bouquet of recipes are one of the most traditional and family oriented Hungarian recipes that you will ever find. 

Featured by the Hungarian Heritage Recipe Library™.

Helen's Hungarian Heritage Collection™  This book is full of wonderful traditional family creations, world famous heritage recipes and light hearted illustrations that will show you another side of the author and her family.  She has expended her herbal dictionary, included dozens of peasant dishes, gourmet creations and delectable surprising pastries.  She has also introduced several new features, including a new spice section, metric conversion, oven temperatures and many more surprises.  cooking skill and her recipe books were featured on CTV News, Life Network and by Life Magazine on many occasions.  As the Official Life Magazine Spokesperson for Walnut Roll, you know when you purchase a cookbook by the author, you will receive a keepsake booklet that is easy to follow and full of time tested recipes.  Ever wondered about the Secret of Hungarian Cooking™?  Well wonder no more... 

Own one of the best Hungarian cookbooks in the world with a complete selection of all the recipes you have been searching for.  The ladies of Helen's family have always been admired for their love of family, colorful but elegant family celebrations and dishes that once tasted, never forgotten.  Helen continued in their tradition when she married the love of her life Joe Radics in 1966.  The young couple was gifted a small notebook passed down from Helen's great-grandmother Helena and her Grandmother Apollonia.  The secret of her family's most cherished and treasured family recipes were revealed. Featured by the Hungarian Heritage Recipe Library™.

Helen's Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™ This cookbook is the latest member of the Hungarian Heritage Recipe Library™ and is available exclusively by author Helen M Radics.  This cookbook is the most extensive collection of authentic, traditional mouth-watering Hungarian Soups, elegant gourmet soups and delectable turn of the century desserts.  The author has also included many original creations that are shared with you in her unique, easy to follow style.  Enriched by dozens of photos, hints and light hearted stories to show you the fun side of cooking.  Helen M Radics has created another keepsake cookbook that will make your home cookbook library complete.

As Seen on Life Network and CTV News - Sole Author / Copyright / Trademark Holder Helen M Radics These cookbooks earned Helen M Radics the prestigious  title of Official Life Magazine Spokesperson for Walnut Roll

Hungarian gastronomy is one of the main building blocks of Hungarian culture.   Its unique, original, creative and flavourful dishes are the pride of the nation.  Hungarian gastronomy has gone through a thousand year evolution and our nation’s  respect of tradition, heritage, its turbulent past, including foreign invasions, created one of the most unique culinary creations of the World. 

Combined Table of Contents

Hungarian Food History - Magyar Etel Tortenelem
Hungarian Red Paprika - Magyar Pirospaprika
Spices, Oils and Herbs - Fuszerek, Olajak
Herbal Dictionary - Gyogynoveny (konyhanoveny) Mini Lexikon
Menu Planning - Menu Tervezes
History of Hungarian Wine - Magyar Bor Tortenelem
Hungarian Wine Selection - Magyar Bor Valasztek
Cafe New York of Budapest - Budapesti New York Kavezo
Cafe Houses of Budapest - Budapesti Kavehazak
Cafe Gerbeaud of Budapest - Gerbeaud Kavezo Budapest
Cafe Gundel of Budapest - Gundel Kavezo Budapest
Hungarian Smoked Specialties - Magyar Fustolt Specialitasok
Hungarian Easter - Magyar Husvet
My Mother & My Grandmothers - Edesanyam es Nagymamaim
Your Pantry - Spejz
Liquid Measurements      
Worldwide Measurement Chart      
Dry Measurements                   
Oven Temperatures                                      
Hungarian Worlds Used             
Herbal Dictionary  - Gyogynoveny Szotar                    
Complete History of Hungarian Goulash
Appetizers - Eloetelek

Honeydew Melon Fruit Salad with Orange Blossom Honey - Mezdinnye Salata Narancsvirag Mezzel
Fruit Salad in Watermelon Basket - Gyumolcs Salata Gorogdinnye Kosarban
Hungarian Cucumber Salad - Uborkasalata
Baked Figs in Port Reduction - Sult Fuge Portoi Szosszal
Crab Salad - Raksalata
Arugula Salad with Truffle Dressing - Rukkola Salata Szarvasgomba Dresszinggel
Hungarian Cucumber Salad with Sour Cream - Tejfolos Uborkasalata
Baked Eggs a'la Helen - Helen Zsemleben Sult Tojasa 
Summer Salad with Olives - Zoldsalata Olajbogyoval
Soups - Levesek

Bean Goulash Soup - Babgulyas
Hungarian Green Bean Soup - Zoldbableves
Liver Dumpling Soup - Majgaluska Leves (Majgomboc)
Peach-Mango Soup- Barack- Mangos Gyumolcsleves
Sour Apple Soup - Almaleves
Blackberry Soup with Port - Reszeges Fekete Szeder Leves
Celery Root Soup - Zeller Leves
Kohlrabi Soup - Karalabe Leves
Cauliflower Soup - Karfiol Leves
Hungarian Mushroom Soup - Magyar Gomba Leves
Helen's Zucchini Soup - Helen Cukkini Leves
Hungarian Meatball Soup - Husgomboc Leves
Hungarian Goulash Soup - Magyar Gulyasleves
Hungarian Chicken Soup - Magyar Csirkehusleves
Pork and Dill "Csorba" Soup - Csorba Leves
Hunter Soup with Mushrooms - Vadasz Leves Gombaval
Hungarian Potato Soup - Krumplileves
Peasant Split Pea Soup - Parasztos Vagottborso Leves
Dumpling Soup - Grizgaluska Leves
Hungarian Fish Soup - Halaszle
Chilled Summer Fruit Soup (Sour Cherry Soup) - Gyumolcsleves
Hungarian Green Pea Soup - Zoldborsoleves
Cauliflower Soup - Karfiol Leves
Cold Cucumber Soup - Hideg Uborka Leves
Hungarian Bean Soup with Sausage - Kolbaszos Bableves
Traditional Chicken Soup - Csirkehusleves
Grandma's Chicken Soup - Nagyi Tyukhuslevese
Peasant Soup - Lebbencs Leves
Hungarian Spring Ragu Soup - Tavaszi Ragu Leves
White Wine Soup - Borleves (Feher Bor)
Blackberry Pork Soup II. - Reszeges Fekete Szeder Leves
Red Wine and Beet Soup - Vorosboros Ceklaleves
Broccoli Cream Soup with Cruiton Stars - Broccoli Kremleves Csilagokkal
Chicken Soup a'la Ujhazy - Ujhazy Tyukhusleves 
Hungarian Green Pea Soup - Zoldborso Leves
Hungarian Goulash Soup  - Gulyasleves
Beet Soup with Apples - Almas Ceklaleves
Garlic Soup with Sage - Zsalyas Fokhagyma Leves
Tarragon Vegetable Soup - Tarkonyos Zoldseg Leves
Lemon Soup with Parsley - Citrom Leves
Zucchini Soup with Basil - Bazsilikomos Cukkini Leves
Herbed Tomato Soup - Paradicsom Leves
Cold Cucumber Soup with Mint I. - Hideg Uborka Leves Mentollal
Cold Cucumber Soup with Mint II. - Hideg Uborka Leves Mentollal II.
Mushroom Soup - Gombaleves
French Onion Soup - Francia Hagymaleves
Cold Dill Soup - Hideg Kapor Leves
Seafood Soup with Shrimp - Tengeri Leves Rakkal
Creamy Vegetable Soup - Zoldseges Creamleves
Cold Apple Soup II - Hideg Almaleves II                         
Hungarian Country Soup -  Disznotoros Leves                    
Country Harvest Bean Soup -  Arato Bableves     
Harvest Style Hunter Soup - Arato Vadaszleves       
Cheesy Zucchini Soup  -  Sajtos Cukkini Leves                                
Broccoli Cream Soup   -  Broccoli Kremleves             
Chicken Soup a'la Ujhazy - Ujhazy Tyukhusleves         
Peasant Bean Soup  -  Kolbaszos Bableves                                         
Hungarian Bean Goulash  -  Babgulyas        
Sour Cherry Soup - Meggyleves                                        
Rustic Harvest Potato Soup - Arato Krumplileves             
Fall Lentil Soup  -  Oszi Lencse Leves                      
Wine Lover's Grape Soup  -  Borimadok Levese                         
Wine Lover's Grape Soup 2.  - Borimadok Leves 2.   
Caraway Seed Soup  -  Komeny Leves               
Harvest Carrot Soup -  Arato Sargarepa Leves
Sweet Fennel -  Edeskomeny Leves             
Cream of Celery Soup -  Zellerkrem Leves          
Hungarian Onion Soup - Magyar Hagyma Leves             
Hungarian Cabbage Soup  -  Kaposzta Leves                         
Rustic Beef Soup  -  Parasztos Marhahusleves                  
Hangover Soup -  Korhely Leves                        
Rustic Hungarian Tomato Soup -  Videki Paradicsom Leves    
Italian Wedding Soup - Olasz Eskuvoi Leves  
Peasant Dishes - Paraszt Etelek                 

Peasant Pork in Red Wine - Sertes Tokany
Peasant Cabbage - Lucskos Kaposzta
Spaghetti Squash "Fozelek" (Creamed Squash) - Tokfozelek
Tripe Goulash - Pacal Porkolt                          
Pork Goulash - Sertesporkolt                                              
Beef Goulash - Marhaporkolt                            
Baked Country Rabbit  - Parasztos Nyulpecsenye 
Green Pea "Fozelek" (Creamed Green Pea) - Zoldborso Fozelek
Hungarian Wax Bean "Fozelek" (Creamed Wax Beans) - Vajbab Fozelek
Savoy Cabbage "Fozelek" - Kelkaposzta Fozelek           
Peasant Goulash - Pince Porkolt                                      
Budapest Goulash - Budapest Porkolt                    
Crispy Pork Roast  - Ropogos/Omlos Malacpecsenye                   
Peppered Beef Roast - Borsos Marhapecsenye                                    
Spicy Country Roast   - Fuszeres Szerb Rostelyos               
Gypsy Steak Salad  -  Becsi Ciganysalata                
Tolnay Liver Roast with Apples and Onion -   Tolnay Resztelt Maj  
Spicy Salmon  -  Fuszeres Lazac                         
Layered Meatloaf -  Rakott Fasirt                     
Eszterhazy Roast - Eszterhazy Rostelyos                                         
Country Chicken  - Parasztos Csirke                    
Layered Peasant Potato  -   Burgonya Felfujt Hussal
Egg Ragu with Green Peas  -  Tojas Ragu Zoldborsoval
Mustard Pork Chops  -  Mustaros Serteskaraj                 
Country Mushroom Chicken - Gombas Csirke
Hungarian Pork Hock -  Hortobagyi Rizses Csulok                                 
Burgundy Tenderloin -  Burgundy Vesepecsenye                 
Roast a'la Radnay - Radnay Pecsenye                   
Hunter Meat Balls  -  Husgomboc Vadasz Modra                                       
Hunter Style Turkey -  Vadas Pulyka                         
Layered Roast   -   Rakott Daralthus                       
Spicy Chicken a'la Helen Jr. - Csipos Csirke Helenke modra                       
Baker's Goose  - Pek Kacsaja                        
Southern Pork -  Alfoldi Aprohusok                         
Herdsman's Roast - Hortobagyi Apropecsenye                                        
Hungarian Village Potato - Dodolle
Holiday Recipes - Unnepi Receptek

Thanksgiving - Hala Adas

Sweet Potato Soup  - Csicsoka Leves (Edesburgonya)                   
Thanksgiving Roasted Pumpkin Soup -  Sult Tokleves      
Thanksgiving Turkey Drumsticks - Tuzdelt Pulykacomb 
Thanksgiving Turkey Cake  -  Pulyka Torta   
Stuffed Thanksgiving Turkey -  Toltott Pulyka
Halloween - Farsang

Halloween Eyeballs (Meatballs)  - Farsangi Szemgolyo (husgomboc) 
Halloween Cookies - Farsangi Aprosutemenyek                                   
Halloween Spiderweb Cookies -  Farsangi Pokhalo Aprosutemenyek
Halloween Cake - Pokhalo Torta
Valentine's Day - Szent Balint Napja

Valentine's Day Love Cake - Szerelem Torta         
Valentine's Red Velvet Cake Balls  -  Csokis Tortagolyocskak           
 Valentine's Princess Soup -  Hercegno Leves
Valentine's Day Crab Salad  - Raksalata
Christmas - Karacsony

Golden Christmas Bites (mignon- minyom) - Karacsonyi Arany Mignon (Minyom)             
Mini Cakes (mignon-minyom)   -  Mignon (Minyom)                             
Stained Glass Cookies   -  Szines Uveg Aprosutemenyek       
Christmas Duck Roast  -  Karacsonyi Sult Kacsa               
Poppy Seed Beigli (Roll)   - Makos Beigli                       
Walnut Roll Beigli -  Dios Beigli                     
Jellied Pork - Kocsonya                                
Christmas Square - Rozsaszinu Karacsonyi Kremes                                      
Christmas Cabbage Rolls -  Toltott Kaposzta              
Main Dishes - Fo Etelek

Traditional Hungarian Goulash - Hagyomanyos Porkolt
Hungarian Goat Goulash - Kecske Porkolt
Hungarian Rabbit Paprikash (Goulash) - Nyul Paprikas
Hungarian Venison Goulash - Szarvas Porkolt
Hungarian Egg Goulash - Tojas Porkolt
Hungarian Liver Paprikash - Dinsztelt Maj / Resztelt Maj
Hungarian Creamed Green Beans - Zoldbab Fozelek
Hungarian Creamed Green Peas - Zoldborso Fozelek
Hungarian Creamed Potato - Krumpli Fozelek
Hungarian Bean "Fozelek" (a vegetable main dish) - Bab Fozelek 
Hungarian Creamed Squash (Fozelek) with Dill - Tokfozelek
Hungarian Tomato Cabbage -  Paradicsomos Kaposzta
Hungarian Creamed Spinach - Spenot
Savoy Cabbage "Fozelek" (a vegetable main dish) -  Kelkaposzta Fozelek
Hungarian Lentil "Fozelek" (a vegetable main dish) - Lencse Fozelek
Hungarian Potatoes in Tomato Sauce - Paradicsomos Krumpli
Hungarian "Peperino" Pasta with Meat - Husos Tarhonya
"Lecso" Hungarian Ratatouille with Rice - Lecso
Bacon Wrapped Stuffed Beef - Szalonnas Toltott Marha
Hungarian Stuffed Chicken Thighs - Toltott Csirke Comb
Hungarian Stuffed Chicken - Toltott Csirke
Oven Roasted Lamb Shanks - Sult Birka Comb Pecsenye I.
Oven Baked Duck Thighs - Sult Kacsa Comb
Champagne Chicken Breast -  Pezsgos Csirke Mell
Goat Baked in Red Wine  - Voros Borban Sult Kecske
Hungarian Burger  - Fasirt
Gypsy Steak - Ciganypecsenye
Barbecued Ribs - Borda Pecsenye
Hungarian Chicken Goulash - Csirkeporkolt
Hungarian Chicken Paprikash with Mushrooms - Tejfolos Csirke
Stuffed Pork Roast - Toltott Diszno Pecsenye
Hungarian Layered Potato - Rakott Krumpli
Hungarian Lamb Goulash with Red Wine - Vorosboros Birka Paprikas
Hungarian Pork Goulash - Sertesporkolt
Hungarian Beef Goulash - Marhaporkolt
Hungarian Mushroom Goulash - Gombaporkolt
Hungarian Tripe Goulash - Pacal Porkolt
Breaded Frog Legs - Rantott Beka Comb
Breaded Foie Gras - Rantott Liba Maj
Breaded Chicken Liver - Rantott Csirke Maj
Pork or Beef Liver Schnitzel - Rantott Maj (sertes vagy marha)
Mushroom Stuffed Pork Tenderloin - Gombaval Toltott Vesepecsenye
Hungarian Drunken Chicken - Reszeges Csirke I.
Hungarian Drunken Chicken II. - Reszeges Csirke II.
Bacon Wrapped Chicken Breast  - Szalonnas Csirke Mell
Hungarian Pork Feet Goulash - Koromporkolt
Wiener Scnitzel - Becsi Szelet
Parisian Breaded Pork - Parizsi Szelet
Roasted Christmas Plate - Disznotoros
Peasant Plate - Fatanyeros
Hungarian Rice and Meat  - Rizses Hus
Solet - Solet
Breaded Cauliflower - Rantott Karfiol
Breaded Mushrooms - Rantott Gomba
Breaded Eggplant - Rantott Padlizsan
Hungarian Cabbage Rolls - Toltott Kaposzta
Hungarian Layered Sour Kraut - Husoskaposzta
"Lecso" Hungarian Ratatouille - Lecso
Hungarian Liver Paprikash - Dinsztelt Maj / Resztelt Maj
Pork Roast a'la Helen - Helen Disznopecsenyeje
Leg of Lamb Roast - Urucomb Pecsenye - Birkacomb Pecsenye
Stuffed Short Rib Rolls - Toltott Borda Pecsenye
Hungarian Stuffed Meatloaf I. - Toltott Fasirt I.
Hungarian Stuffed Meatloaf II. - Tolott Fasirt II.
Roasted Duck - Kacsa Pecsenye
"Vadas" with Bunn Balls - Vadas Zsemlegomboccal
Hungarian Stuffed Peppers - Toltott Paprika
Pork Tenderloin with Apple & Prune Stuffing - Almaval es Szilvaval Toltott Vesepecsenye
Meat Rolls & Fettuccini with Mushrooms - Gombamartasos Toltott Hus Rolad Fettuccinivel
Hungarian Fried Chicken - Rantott Csirke
Garlic Short Ribs with Marjoram - Majoranas Pecsenye
Hungarian Potato Goulash with Dumplings - Paprikas Krumpli Kolbasszal es Galuskaval
Pasta Puttanesca a'la Helen - Puttanesca Teszta Helen Modra
Olive Galore - Olajbogyo Salata
Tomato/Basil Salad - Bazsilikomos Paradicsom Salata
Bacon Baked Fish - Bacon Szalonnas Sult Hal
Short Ribs Baked in Red Wine - Vorosboros Pecsenye
Chili  - Csilis Bab
Chicken with Green Peas - Zoldborsos Csirkefelfujt
Chicken Breast with Apples & Zucchini - Almas Cukkinis Csirkemell
Baked Pork Chops - Sult Karaj
Standing Rib Roast - Francia Pecsenye
Pork Baked in White Wine - Feher Boros Disznopecsenye
Baked Chicken and Potatoes - Sult Csirke Krumplival
Peasant Chicken - Parasztos Csirke
Pork Chops with Mustard Sauce - Mustar Szoszos Karaj
Lecso Roast - Lecsos Szelet
Helen's Pork Roast - Helen Disznopecsenyeje
Braised Pork a'la Brasso - Brassoi Apropecsenye
Sour Cabbage Salad - Kaposztasalata
White Wine Roasted Cornish Hen - Feherborban Sult Furj
Beer Baked Pork - Sorben Sult Disznopecsenye
Peach Stuffed Chicken Breast - Barackkal Toltott Csirkemell
Oven Baked Cilantro Tenderloin - Korianderes Vesepecsenye
Short Ribs in Staut  - Sorben Parolt Borda
Breaded Smoked Oysters - Rantott Fustolt Kagylo
Traditional Hungarian Pork Burgers - Sertes Fasirt
Hungarian Beef Burgers - Marha Fasirt
Hungarian Turkey Burgers - Pulyka Fasirt
Hungarian Lamb Burgers - Birka Fasirt
Hungarian Chicken Burgers - Csirke Fasirt
Chipotle Burgers  - Fustolt Paprikas Fasirt
Jalapeno / Cilantro Burger -  Paprikas / Korianderes Fasirt
Baked Chicken - Sult Csirke
Oven Baked Rabbit - Nyulpecsenye
Pork on Fire - Langolo Disznopecsenye
Happy Pork Roast - Reszeges Disznopecsenye
Braided Tenderloin - Fonott Vesepecsenye
Rosemary Braised Lamb - Rozmaringos Parolt Birka
Jambalaya - Creole Rizses Hus
Chicken Breast in Brandy Sauce - Brandy Szoszos Csirkemell
Pork Rolls - Disznotekercs
Veal in Beer Sauce - Sor Szoszos Borju
Muskovy Duck Roast - Kacsapecsenye
Duck Breast in Red Wine - Vorosboros Kacsamell
Chicken Leg with Mushrooms - Gombas Csirkecomb
Spinach Meatballs with Bechamel Sauce - Bechamel Szoszos Husgomboc
Cold, Stuffed Pork Hock - Hideg Toltott Csulok
Pork with Mustard Sauce - Mustaros Disznopecsenye
Beef with Rice - Rizses Marhafelfujt
Shephard's Pie a'la Helen  - Helen Pasztorpiteje
Tandori Lamb - Tandori Fuszeres Birka
Red Wine Lamb - Vorosboros Birka
Hungarian Chicken Paprikash - Csirkepaprika
Hungarian Goulash - Sertesporkolt
Pastas - Tesztak

Hungarian Sweet Cottage Cheese Pasta - Edes Turosteszta
Hungarian Savoury Cottage Cheese Pasta - Tepertos Turosteszta
My Pasta Puttanesca - Puttanesca Teszta (olasz)
Hungarian Sweet Walnut Pasta - Dios Teszta
Hugnarian Sweet Poppy Seed Pasta - Makos Teszta
Hungarian Sweet Cabbage Pasta - Edes Kaposztas Teszta
Hungarian Savoury Cabbage Pasta - Borsos Kaposztas Teszta
Hungarian Potato Paprikash Pasta - Krumplis Teszta
Spaghetti with Meatballs - Husgombocos Spagetti
Spaghetti - Spagetti
Side Dishes - Koretek

Hungarian Rice and Peas - Rizi Bizi
Hungarian Parsley Potatoes - Petrezselymes Krumpli
Oven Roasted Potatoes - Tepszis Krumpli
Hungarian Vegetable Salad - Franciasalata
Oven Roasted Potatoes and Bacon - Szalonnas Tepszis Krumpli
Oven Roasted Garden Rice - Helen Zoldseges Rizs Sultje
Onion Smashed Potatoes - Alfoldi Hagymas Krumpli
Hidden Rice (A very decorative and tasty side) -  Bujocskazo Rizs (nagyon szep es finom)                                
Bun Balls - Zsemlegomboc                                                  
Browned Acini de Pepe Pasta - Pirott Tarhonya    
Potato Balls  -  Krumpli Gomboc                              
Red Wine Braised Red Cabbage -  Voros Boros Dinsztelt Piros Kaposzta              
White Wine Braised White Cabbage - Feher Boros Dinsztelt Feher Kaposzta
Golden Corn Salad  -  Arany Kukorica Salata
Cilantro Potatoes -  Zold Korrianderes Burgonya
Spinach Pesto Salad  -  Spenotos Pestos Salata                 
Citrus Salad with Lime -  Frissito Salata               
Grilled Carrots and Fennel  -  Grilezett Sargarepa es Anizs                      
Coconut Raisin Rice - Kokuszos/Mazsolas Rizs
Sauces - Szoszok

Hungarian Dill Sauce -  Kapormartas                 
Sour Cherry Sauce -  Meggymartas                                   
Gooseberry Sauce -  "Egres" Szosz              
Hungarian Tomato Sauce - Paradicsomszosz            
Hungarian Onion Sauce   -  Hagymamartas                          
Arugula Sauce -  Rukkola Szosz
Nokedly (Hungarian Egg Noodles) - Nokedli
Cakes / Pastries / Sweets - Tortak / Sutemenyek / Edessegek

Sacher Cake - Sacher Torta
Hungarian Walnut Cake - Magyar Dio Torta
Hungarian Sour Cherry Rum Bake - Meggyes Piskota Rummal
Helen's Chocolate Pretzels - Helen Csokis Perece
Eszterhazy Cake - Eszterhazy Torta
Hungarian Mignon - Mignon " Minyom "
Frusty Fruit - Deres Gyumolcsok
Rakoczy Strudel - Rakoczy Turos Beles
Hungarian Linzer - Linzer
Jam Pretzels - Lekvaros Perecek
Halloween Cookies - Farsangi Aprosutik
Hungarian Peaches "Pastry" - Barackocskak (Sutemeny)
Mother-In-Law Cake - Anyos Torta
Raspberry Tiramisu in Glass - Malnas Tiramisu Poharban
Hungarian Floating Islands - Madartej
Flaming Crapes a'la Gundel - Langolo Gundel Palacsinta
Hungarian Crapes - Palacsinta
Hungarian Dobos Torte - Dobos Torta
Gerbeaud Slice - Gerbeaud (Zserbo) Szelet
Lemon Custard Dream - Habos Kremes Poharban
Hungarian Walnut Rolls "Beigli" - Dios Beigli
Hugnarian Poppy Seed Roll "Beigli"  - Makos Beigli
Three Coloured Egg Bread - Haromszinu Fonott Kalacs
Jokai Cake - Jokai Torta
Hungarian Punch Cake - Puncs Torta
Black Forest Cake -  Fekete Erdo Torta
Lemon Meringue Cake - Habcsokos Citrom Torta
Hungarian Chocolate Cake - Magyar Csokolade Torta
Chocolate Mocha Cake - Csokolades Mokka Torta
Thanksgiving Cake - Pulyka Torta
Halloween Cake - Farsangi Torta
Raspberry Chocolate Cake - Malnas Csokolade Torta
Love Cake "Red Velvet Cake" - Szerelem Torta (Piros Selyem Torta)
Citrus Cake -  Citromos Torta
Red Velvet Cake Balls - Csokolades Piros Torta Golyocskak
Golden Chocolate "Mignons" (Mini Cakes) - Csokis Arany Mignon (Minyom)
Helen's Easy Cake - Helen Konnyu Tortaja
Christmas Mini Cakes "Mignons" - Karacsonyi Mignon (Minyom)
Cloud Slice - Francia Kremes
Chestnut Roll - Gesztenyes Piskota Tekercs
Banana Bon Bon - Bananos Bon Bon
Simple Custard Slice - Kremes
Csoroge Fank - Csoroge Fank
Stained Glass Cookies (Christmas) - Karacsonyi Keksz
Halloween Cookies - Karnevali Aprosuti
Halloween Cookies II. - Karnevali Aprosuti
Hungarian Rose Donuts - Rozsafank
Snow Love - Szerelmes Kremes
Cocunut Balls "Rum Balls" - Rumos Golyocska
Rigo Jancsi Square - Rigo Jancsi
Apple-Raison Hungarian Donuts - Almas/Mazsolas Fank
Strawberry Liquor Pudding - Epres Likor Pudding
Mini Chocolate Cake - Mini Csokitorta
Hazelnut Swish Roll - Mogyoros Piskotatekercs
Pear in a Gown - Korte Pongyolaban
Raspberry crème brûlée - Malnas crème brûlée (egetett krem)
Grandma's Favourite - Nagymama Kedvenc Sutije
Grandpa's Roll - Nagypapa Kedvenc Piskota Tekercse
Easter Cake - Husveti Torta
Apple Linzer - Almas Linzer
Sour Cherry Slice - Meggyes Piskota
Kiwi Slice - Kiwi Szelet
Cottage Cheese Heaven - Turos Menyorszag
Walnut Surprise - Dios Szelet
Cheese Horn - Sajtos Rolad
Blue Cheese Spirals - Sajtos Tekercs
Olive Twist - Olajbogyos Tekercs
Olive Stick - Olajbogyos Sajtos Rud
Orange Pecan Biscuits - Narancsos Dios Falatka                  
Peasant Strudel  - Ostoros Retes                                         
Irresistible Chocolate Bites -  Ellenalhatatlan Csokifalatkak      
Savoury Cheese Twists -  Becsavarodott Sajtos Rud             
Helen's Marble Tea Cake  -  Helen Kuglofja                             
Strawberry Jelly Roll   -  Foldiepres Piskotatekercs               
Eclairs with Mocha Cream  -  Mokka Kepviselofank         
Brandy Snap Rings   -  Konyakos Gyuru                                  
Apple Custard Slice   -  Almas Kremes              
Custard Slice a'la Debrecen  -  Debreceni Kremes     
Pecan Meringue    -  Dios Habcsok                                   
Coconut Meringue - Kokuszos Habcsok                       
Fluffy Coconut Custard Slice -  Kokuszos Kremes     
Sour Cherry Square  - Meggyes Piskota                                  
Helen's Pecan Square - Helen Lepenye
Snow White - Hofeherke
Witche's Biscuit - Boszorkany Pogacsa
Grandma's Apple Pie - Nagymama Almaspiteje
Pesto Bread Stick - Pestos Sajtos Rud
History of Pesto - Pesto Tortenete
Truffles - Truffelek

Red Chilli Truffle - Erospaprikas Truffel
Amaretto Truffle - Amarettos Truffel
Chestnut Truffle - Gesztenyes Truffel
Cranberry Rum Truffle
Orange Chocolate Truffle -  Narancsos Csokolade Truffel
Tequilla/Lime Truffle -  Tequilla - Limonos Truffel
Rum/Basil Truffle - Rumos - Bazsilikomos Truffel
Marzipan Truffle - Marcipanos Truffel
Breads / Biscuits / Bread Sticks - Kenyerek / Pogacsak / Sajtos Rudak

Olvie Buns - Olajbogyos Zsemlek
Peasant Scallion Bread - Parasztos Hagymas Kenyer
Thyme Dinner Rolls - Kakukkfuves Zsemle
Jalapeno Bread - Erospaprikas Zsemlek
Crusty Bread - Ropogos Parasztkenyer
Bread Stick - Sajtos Rud
Walnut Dinner Rolls - Dios Zsemle
Hungarian Biscuits - Pogacsa
Olive & Sundried Tomato Focaccia  - Olajbogyos  Kenyer
Kifli (Hungarian Croissant) - Kifli
Artesian Country Bread - Artezi Paraszt Kenyer
Rosemary Country Bread - Rozmaringos Paraszt Kenyer
Cheesy Bread Stick - Hagyomanyos Sajtos Rud
Garlic Bread Stick - Fokhagymas Sajtos Rud
Pesto Bread Stick - Pestos Sajtos Rud
Olive Bread Stick - Olajbogyos Sajtos Rud
Jalapeno Bread Stick - Paprikas Sajtos Rud
Olive Twist - Olajbogyos Tekercs
Cornmeal Biscuits - Kukoricas Muffin
Savoury Cottage Cheese Parcels - Kapros Turosbatyu
Helen's Ham & Egg Flower - Tojasos/Sonkas Viragocskak
Hungarian Cottage Cheese Balls - Turogomboc
Burnt Pastry "Choux Pastry "  - Kepviselofank
Blue Cheese and Jalapeno Biscuit - Sajtos/Paprikas Pogacsa
Hungarian Potato Biscuit - Krumplis Pogacsa
Hungarian Bacon Biscuit - Tepertos Pogacsa
Hungarian Cheese Biscuit - Sajtos Pogacsa
Hungarian Cottage Cheese Biscuit - Turopogacsa
Hungarian Ham & Cheese Biscuit - Sonkas/Sajtos Pogacsa
Cranberry Biscuit - Gyumolcsos Pogacsa
Hungarian Carnival Donuts - Farsangi Fank
Hungarian Snow Croissant - Hokifli
Heart Meringue - Habcsok Sziv
Meringue Rings - Habcsok Karika
Chocolate Croissants - Csokolades Kifli
Meringue Ghost - Habcsok Kisertet
Amaretti Cookies - Amaretti Aprosutemeny
Chocolate Linzer - Csokis Linzer
Honey Kisses - Mezespuszedli
Valentine's Day Cookies - Balint Napi Aprosutemeny
Hungarian Breaded Egg Bread - Fonott Kalacs
Jam Surprise "Bukta" - Lekvaros Bukta
Blue Cheese Spirals - Keksajtos Tekercs
Olive and Sundried Tomato Gougasse - Olajbogyos Parasztkenyer
Appetizers & Salads - Eloetelek es Salatak

Garden Vegetable Cottage Cheese - Korozott
Hungarian Deviled Eggs - Kaszino Tojas
Crab Salad - Raksalata
Arugula Salad with Truffle Dressing - Rukkola Salata Szarvasgomba Dresszinggel
Salmon Salad - Lazac Salata
Carrot Salad with Apples - Repa Salata Almaval
Mushroom Salad - Gombasalata
Egg Salad - Tojas Salata
Lemon-Herb Chicken Salad - Citromos Csirkesalata
Arugula Chicken Salad - Rukkolas Csirkesalata
Maroccan Chicken Salad - Marokkoi Csirke Salata
Scallops in White Wine - Kagylo Feherbor Martasban
Smoked Salmon Roll - Fustolt Lazac Piskotatekercs
Smoked Salmon Quiches - Fustolt  Lazac Pite
Cheese and Chive Balls - Sajtos Snidlinges Golyocskak
Guacamole and Salsa - Mexicoi Guacamole es Salsa
Baked Figs in Port Reduction - Sult Fuge Borban
Pineapple Salsa - Ananaszos Salsa
Mango Salsa - Mango Salsa
Mussels Au Gratin - Sult Kagylo
Red Pepper Mousse  - Paprika Felfujt
Herbed Liver Pate - Majpastetom
Meat Dishes - Hus Etelek

Butterflied Lamb Roast - Birkapecsenye               
Pork with Pineapple - Ananaszos Sertes                                  
Pork Rolls in Wine Sauce  -  Vorosboros Sertes Tekercs   
Hungarian Meatballs -  Magyaros Husgomboc                     
Curried Meatballs -  Fuszeres Husgomboc                                     
Beer Battered Chicken  -  Sorbundas Csirkesult     
Chicken Florentine a'la Helen  - Firenzei Csirke Helen Modra     
Pork Chops -  Fuszeres Karaj                                       
Lemonade Pork Chops  -  Limonade Karaj    
Lemon Leg of Lamb Roast -  Citromos Urupecsenye          
Venison Roulade  -  Oz (Szarvas) Rolad                                    
Ham and Cheese Ring -  Sonkas/Sajtos Gyurucske
 

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Helen's Hungarian Heritage Collection™
Mom's Hungarian Heritage Recipes™
Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™
Helen’s Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™
The Secret of Hungarian Cooking™
Flavours of Hungary™
Helen's Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™
Easy Gourmet™
The Goulash Book ™
Easy Baking™
Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 1
Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 2
Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 3
Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™: Soups™

  

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Piggy Biscuits by Helen M Radics

My daughter, Helen Radics Jr.

Piggy Biscuits a’la Helen (Helen M Radics)

Hello Everyone!   Welcome Back

Let me share with you this lovely little recipe.  This rustic biscuit  has been served in my family for many generations as it is one of our most cherished savoury recipes.  I’m sure you will also fall in love with it.  

This was one of my daughter’s favourite little kitchen projects as well while growing up.  She always loved to work on this cutie…

Tip

You may add more cheese to the basic dough as you can never have enough cheese :) You may also add different spices to make this recipe your own… 

Piggy Biscuit Recipe

500   grams flour (all purpose)
200   ml warm (not hot) milk
1        teaspoon sugar
2        teaspoon dry yeast
200   grams unsalted butter
1        egg yolk + 1 egg
150   ml sour cream
300   grams grated cheese (any that you like)
1        teaspoon salt
          about 20 black peppercorns
1        straw

Place sugar and yeast in the warm milk, cover and let stand for 5 minutes. Put flour in a mixing bowl, add foamy yeast mixture, flour, salt, butter, 1 egg yolk, 150 ml sour cream and work for a few minutes to get an even dough.

You will also need a large, a medium and a small biscuit cutter.

Roll out dough to 1 cm and sprinkle with 1/3 of the grated cheese, fold up from side to side until you get a parcel. Cover and let rest for 15 minutes. Roll out again, spread with 1/2 of the remaining cheese, fold up and let rest (covered) for another 15 minutes. Roll out again, spread with cheese and fold and let rest for another 15 minutes.

  • Roll out about 1 1/2 – 2 cm in thickness, cut out 12 large disks, 12 small disks and 6 medium disks.  
  • The large disks will be the heads, the small will be the noses, the medium will be the ears 
  • Cut into 4.
  • Place the large disks onto a parchment lined baking sheet. Brush with the beaten egg.
  • Take the small disks and using the straw poke 2 holes into it that will make the nose.
  • Place the nose disks onto the faces.
  • Now, cut the medium disks into four (like a pie) and stick them on the left and right top of the head. These are the ears.
  • Also place two peppercorns for the eyes above the nose.
  • Now brush with the beaten egg again.
  • Preheat oven to 350F (about 175-180C)
  • Bake until golden.





Have fun and enjoy. Take care and come back for more…

 Helen M Radics

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Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™ The Latest Volume of The Radics’ Family Cookbook Library

 

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Let us all engage in healthy competition through our own works and enrich our World by sharing Hungary’s history rich culinary treasures through our cookbooks and recipes!

Helen M Radics (Ilona Szabo)

Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™

Flavours of Hungary™

Sole Author  Helen M Radics(born Ilona Szabo)

 Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™is the latest English language, Hungarian cookbook (PRINTED BOOK), by Canadian Cookbook author and Life Magazine Spokesperson Helen M Radics, who was featured on CTV News, Life Network and by Life Magazine

This is the printed version of the highly popular e-book from the author. This cookbook is a special bouquet of Hungarian Soups and delectable desserts. Take a journey thourgh Hungary’s history rich culinary world through the pages of Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes.

The Secret of Hungarian Cooking™is revealed by the author through hundreds of well preserved, traditional Hungarian family recipes, and dozens of original creations that will satisfy the most sophisticated pallet.  This book is the marriage of the best mouth-watering Hungarian heritage recipes and the elegant gourmet creations of world famous Hungarian restaurants.



Some of the recipes featured by Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™ features: 

Clickable Table of Contents

  • Helen’s Zucchini Soup
  • Bean Goulash Soup
  • Hungarian Meatball (Husgomboc) Soup
  • Goulash Soup
  • Hungarian Chicken Soup
  • Pork and Dill “Csorba” Soup
  • Hunter Soup with Mushrooms
  • Hungarian Potato Soup
  • Peasant Split Pea Soup
  • Dumpling Soup
  • Hungarian Fish Soup
  • Chilled Summer Fruit Soup
  • Green Pea Soup
  • Cauliflower Soup
  • Cold Cucumber Soup
  • Bean Soup
  • Traditional Chicken Soup
  • Csirkehusleves
  • Grandma’s Chicken Soup
  • Peasant Soup
  • Hungarian Spring Ragu Soup
  • White Wine Soup
  • Blackberry Port Soup 2
  • Red Wine & Beet Soup
  • Blackberry Port Soup 1
  • Hunter Soup with Mushrooms
  • Broccoli Cream Soup with Stars
  • Chicken Soup A’la Ujhazi
  • Beet Soup with Apples
  • Garlic Soup with Sage
  • Tarragon Vegetable Soup
  • Lemon Soup
  • Zucchini Soup with Basil
  • Herbed Tomato Soup
  • Cold Cucumber Soup with Mint 1
  • Cold Cucumber Soup with Mint 2
  • Chilled Summer Fruit Soup
  • Pineapple – Mango Soup
  • Hungarian Green Pea Soup
  • Hungarian Goulash Soup
  • Sour-Apple Soup
  • Mushroom Soup
  • French Onion Soup
  • Cold Dill Soup
  • Cold Apple Soup
  • Italian Wedding Soup
  • Desserts & Pastries
  • Strawberry Liquor Pudding
  • Mini Chocolate Cake
  • Hazelnut Swiss Roll
  • Raspberry Crème Brule

… and many more traditional and original recipes from the author Helen M Radics. Don’t miss out owning this printed version of this highly collectible, keepsake of a cookbook, that your family will cherish for years to come.

Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™ is part of the Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ Hungarian Heritage Recipe Library by author/copyright holder/trademark owner Helen M Radics (born Ilona Szabo) featured many times on CTV News, CTV Cooking, Life Network, Life Magazine and several other media outlets worldwide.  Own all of Helen M Radics’ international best seller cookbooks and e-books praised by CTV News Anchors Kyle Christie, Nancy Richards, Life Magazine’s David Katz and Chef Gordon Ramsay.

Helen M Radics’ other best seller cookbooks

  • Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 1
  • Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 2
  • Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 3
  • Mom’s Hungarian Heritage Recipes™
  • Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™
  • Helen’s Hungarian Heritage Collection™
  • Flavours of Hungary™
  • The Secret of Hungarian Cooking™
  • Helen’s Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™
  • Goulash Book™
  • Easy Gourmet™
  • Easy Soups™

Own the most extensive encyclopedia of Hungarian Heritage Recipes by the authored gathered in the above cookbooks.  You will never need to search for a Hungarian recipe, it will be at hand in youir very own English language, Hungarian Home Library illustrated by hundreds of coloured photos for an easier recipe recreation.  Learn abou the history of such national treasures as Hungarian Goulash, Hungarian Goulash Soup, Chicken Paprikash, Chicken Paprikash with Sour Cream, Potato Paprikash and let the author tempt you with her large collection of old world cakes like the Regal Dobos Torte, The Aristocratic Eszterhazy Cake, the hisotry rich Jokai Cake and perhaps Hungary’s best loved pastry, the delectable Walnut Roll for which the author, Helen M Radics (Ilona Szabo ) is the Official Life Magazine Spokesperson.  Let the author, Helen’s Hungarian heritage recipes be part of your culinary world through her large selection of original cookbooks. 

Put a little Spice in Your Life!

All The Flavours of Hungary™ could be found in the author Helen’s Hungarian heritage recipes cookbooks, which will gather the most exciting soup and dessert collections in her most recent printed book, Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™ by Helen M Radics

WARNING from the author, Helen M Radics (Ilona Szabo): Please note that there is another cookbook with the title Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes that is being falsely advertised by my  competitor, who believes that taking someone else’s copyright/trademark protected works makes her more credible and successful, when in actuality all it does is damaging her  reputation in culinary and publishing circles.   This lady went as far us copyright registering 5 of my cookbook titles into one very long title and claiming it as her work.  We should all engage in healthy competition and enrich our world by sharing Hungary’s culinary treasures with the rest of the World.   Please make sure when purchasing any of my cookbooks, that my name, Helen M Radics is listed as author and that my photo is found either on the front or back cover of the purchased book.  I wish to make your purchase a pleasant experience. 

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Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™ by Helen M Radics (born Ilona Szabo)

Helen's Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™© ebook cover by Helen M. Radics (born Ilona Szabo)

BE CAREFUL
THERE IS A PLAGIARIZER OUT THERE

 

I must warn everyone that my mother’s “unfair competitor” is still at it.  As you know my Mother, Helen M Radics (born Ilona Szabo) has  8 cookbooks and several e-books, which are all copyright/trademark registered.  You also know that whenever there is a new cookbook published with my Mother’s name on it, this “lady” steals it right away.   

This time is no exception. We have published Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™ as an e-book first.  Of course she went ahead and stole the cover of my Mother’s 1st cookbook, Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 1, changed the photo of my Mother on the cover to her mother’s photo, placed the title Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes on it and attempted to sell it.  Due to the theft, I contacted Waterloo Regional Police, eBay and iOffer to have this illegal and stolen item removed.  EBay and iOffer has cooperated.

Helen's Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™© (Black and white cover) by Helen M. Radics born Ilona Szabo

But this story doesn’t end there.  On January 11, 2012 this “lady” went ahead, combined most of my Mother’s cookbook titles into one long title and copyright registered these stolen works as hers.  She knows that is illegal and a clear theft.  As it is verifiable that my Mother has copyright registered all of these individual titles with the Canadian Intellectual Property Office the year before.    

Now that my Mother’s new printed version of Helen’s Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™ has been published, she is going full force to destroy my Mother’s reputation by claiming that she is the author of all my Mother’s works. 

I agree with one of my Mother’s customers who commented that this lady must have serious psychological issues to be so obsessed with my Mother, and her cookbooks.

Helen's Hungarian Rhapsody of Recipes™© by Helen M Radics (born Ilona Szabo)

It all started in 2010 when my Mother has published her first cookbook Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ was published and featured on a CTV cooking show.  This “lady” pretended to be a potential customer and contacted us for information about my Mother’s cookbook, however she failed to realize that even though she is using a fake name, her e-mail address gave her away.  We knew right away who she was.  We politely thanked her for her interest but also mentioned that it is surprising that she is asking about our book and my Mother’s recipes when she and her mother has also written a Hungarian cookbook in 2005.   There was no answer, however soon the harassing e-mails, crude comments and her illegal usage of my Mother’s cookbook title came.



Soon, my Mother started to publish other successful cookbooks, the jealousy and obsession of this “lady” became more and more evident.  She created page after page on her own website that slandered my Mother and her cookbooks.  She called my mother a thief, a fool, and idiot, a witch, the stupid chef of the year and a stupid immigrant who should get out of the kitchen and go back to where she came from.  We were stressed out and what should have been a wonderful time for my Mother following all the success that she achieved with her books became a nightmare. 

Soon Halloween of 2010 came and this “lady” continued on her destructive path.  She has taken several of my Mother’s cooking videos from YouTube, put it on her Facebook Page and stated that my Mother’s videos are x-rated, stupid, she can’t cook, she can’t speak English and that she is so stupid that she should not even be in the kitchen because she couldn’t cook even if her life depended on it.  She went further, she even sent us an anonymous letters (I should perhaps mention that she brought one of them to our home) in which she included a greeting card of  a witch cooking frogs in a cattle and commenting how appropriate….

That was the most terrifying action by her so far.  The letter carrier has commented that she did not bring that letter and due to no postage on it, it must have been hand delivered and slid into the mail box by someone who has been at our home.  I talked to the police officer handling the investigation into criminal harassment once again.  This “lady” of course denied everything once again.  That is her way of dealing with this situation.  Criminally harassing us, stalking us, steals from us, slandering us and then denying everything. 

Since that time she has made it her life’s work to hound us and steal all my Mother’s copyright/trademark protected cookbooks.  Once again, she is creating blog after blog, and page after page of postings in which she states that she is the copyright holder of my Mother’s cookbooks.  Following the Cease and Desist letter of my attorney last year, this “lady’s” attorney has stated in a letter that his client has only written “one” cookbook in 2005 and that is her only work. Apparently her family’s financial support she was able to self-publish it in 2006.  He further stated that she has never claimed that she has written any of my Mother’s cookbooks.  Since 2006 then she prints her own cookbooks and whenever it suits her she prints a new book with new copyright infringing sections and claims that it has always been the original version.  Therefore committing fraud to mislead potential customers and the law.   

She has also stolen my Mother’s identity many times, claimed to be Helen M Radics author of Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™.  Waterloo Regional Police had several of these postings on eBay removed due to the seriousness of its nature but even though we have filed countless police complaints, she has never been charged with criminal harassment. 

This “lady” has also attempted to SELL my Mother’s as a prostitute on FoodTube.  She has advertised my Mother on that site on over 17 pages, sent the “love” advertisement to all their members, which eventually, following all my complaints, resulted in removal of the fake account that she has created in my Mother’s name. 

However that is what she is doing right now.  Of course, it is easier to steal someone else’s hard work and take credit for their accomplishments than to create something original.  But to create a cookbook, she would have to know how to cook and by her own admission when they 1st published her cookbook she stated that she doesn’t know how to cook but gathered each recipe from her Mother.  Suddenly, in 2010 she started stating that both she and mother are “Master Chefs” .  Her Mother apparently became a “Master Chef” when she was 12 in 1938 in Hungary, and she also wrote her cookbook when she was 12.  My Mother grew up in Hungary, left Hungary when she was an adult, so this statement by her is completely absurd because at the time in Hungary children didn’t graduate from “Culinary College” at the age of 12.  But misleading the general public is her choice and I do not care about that.  However what I care about is my Mother’s works being manipulated, stolen and illegally used by this unethical person.  She knows that it is theft, but  continues to steal and plagiarize my Mother’s works. 

We are currently in the process of  gathering all information and file a civil suit against this “lady” as it is evident that she cannot be stopped any other way.  I am only hoping that the police will eventually charge her with criminal harassment and put an end to her reign of terror …  However we have been waiting for some sort of action by our police department for over a year.  This “lady’s” actions have been under investigation since January of 2011 at which time she has stolen my Mother’s identity and 1st cookbook. 

We have also attempted to file charges against her ourselves upon the advice of our attorney by filing a Peace Bond Application at the Criminal Court of Canada in 2011.  Madame Justice who has viewed our Application felt that there was sufficient evidence into continuing the case however the Crown attorney at the time didn’t feel that we were in any physical danger from this “lady” therefore nothing was done to stop this person. 

Follow my blog for more recipes, videos and also NEW WEEKLY Updates on the actions of this person.  As, from now on, I will share all harassment by her on my blog with everyone to read….

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“LECSO” Hungarian Ratatouille by Helen M Radics

“LECSO” Hungarian Ratatouille by Helen M Radics   


 

 Hungarian food has always fascinated people regardless of their background. I will take you on a journey through Hungary’s history rich culinary world through my FREE cooking videos, recipes and my cookbooks Treasured Hungarian Family Recipes™ 1,2,3 and my latest, Mom’s Hungarian Heritage Recipes™. 

Perhaps one of the most popular dishes of Hungary is “Lecso” (pronounced: Lecho) or Hungarian Ratatouille with Hungarian smoked sausages, that breath life to this unique and original dish.The interesting fact about “Lecso” is that accept for the sausages, its ingredients are the bases for Hungarian Goulash, Hungarian Goulash Soup, Potato Paprikash, Chicken Paprikash, Hungarian Fish Soup and many more mouth-watering recipes from the goulash family. All painted bright red by Hungary’s National Spice the Hungarian Red Paprika.

Our copyright protected intellectual properties are: 

Cookbooks (Please click on the links for copyright verification at the Canadian Intellectual Property Office) 

E-Books (Please click on the links for copyright verification at the Canadian Intellectual Property Office) 

Websites: 

Helen M Radics (born Ilona Szabo) is the sole author and copyright holder for the above intellectual properties.  Any other claims of copyright ownership is fraudulent and  and is punishable by law.

When purchasing 3 or more of my Mother’s cookbooks you will receive a FREE copy of THE BULLYby me Helen Radics jr.

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HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

Hello Everyone!

I’d like to wish you a Wonderful New Year full of Love, Happyness and Health. I would like to thank all my followers, customers and friends for a banner year.

Thank you for making my cookbooks, e-books and video recipes a sucess. Please stay with us and let us greet this brand new year full of promisse and potential. Let us treat each other with love, kindness and tolerance. Have a safe and wonderful year. Take care…

Helen M Radics 

 

Helen Radics jr.

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