The origin of these thin Hungarian pancakes (palacsinta), which are extremely popular in Hungary, is not entirely clear. Most probably they developed from the Roman plazenta, a small, round cake that was eaten instead of bread. Pancakes are served in a wide range of varieties, both sweet and savory. - See more at: http://www.itshungarian.com/hungarian-cuisine/hungarian-pancakes/#sthash.ukZw8AMk.dpuf
A rustic, savory tart served as an appetizer or main; Caramelized Onion and Fig Galette with Goat Cheese and Herbs | Vanilla And Bean
How to roll a cabbage rolls - recipe included! ** Freeze & dethaew to soften leaves instead of boiling & better to handle this way**
Spinach and artichoke quiche! With chopped spinach and artichokes hearts, shallots, goat cheese, green onions, eggs, and cream.
Ah.. Comfort food at its absolute finest. Toltott kaposzta are Hungarian stuffed cabbage rolls with a sumptuous pork filling and, of course, loads of paprika! Get the recipe at arousingappetites.com/toltott-kaposzta
Cabbage #Rolls "Golubtsi"
Traditional Romanian meatballs (Chiftele) - Jo Cooks
Hungarian cottage cheese donuts (Túrófánk) are very easy to make, ideal for beginners. It takes only 15 minutes to prepare. The dough does not contain yeast, just a small amount of baking soda. Try this recipe, it is easy, quick and delicious.
Noodles, Cabbage And Onions - Halushki Recipe - Food.com
Austrian apple strudel
This deep fried flatbread is a common street food in Hungary, served warm with sour cream and grated cheese, rubbed with garlic or doused with garlic water.