It’s one of the outstanding elements of the Hungarian culture. • The spices are unique, varied and creative. dill caraway
Paprika it’s our most famous spice. • It’s the base of almost every dish. • On the biggest plain of Hungary, on the Alföld there are two towns, where people grow it.
And some pictures about the dishes in which people use this spice. Stuffed cabbage Fish soup
Pork stew Paprika potatoes
People like eating bread and dripping because it is simple but good. • What is it? • In Hungary people spread, for example goose or pork fat on bread. • Beside it, we slice onion, or purple onion. • Over and above, we can put paprika cream on it which we call ‘pirosarany’ so in English ‘RED AND GOLD’.
In Hungary people always eat soup for lunch. • So there is a soup and a main course every day. • Typical soups are the Újházy chicken soup (above) and goulash soup (under).
Spinach • The vegetables are also characteristic dishes. • There are pea, potato, spinach, pumpkin, lentil etc. types. Lentil vegetable Pea vegetable
Dobos cake is maybe the most famous Hungarian dessert. • It is named after a famous confectioner, JózsefDobos. • It's a cake layered with chocolate paste and glazed caramel and nuts.
Another good Hungarian dessert is the poppy-seed bread. • A long time ago, it was made just Christmas because people thought that it brings lucky and money.
Finally…some Hungarian sweets • There is a big factory in Győr where most of the sweets are made.
Its product is the Balaton chocolate. • The name comes from Lake Balaton.
Negro. • Pietro Negro invented it. • ‘A torokkéményseprője’
‘Pöttyös the real’ We love this product. You can find cottage cheese inside, and outside it covers with chocolate.
The End Tank you for your kind attention!