Hungarian meal

Have you enjoyed Hungarian food? Hungarian cuisine had influences from both western and eastern nations. It is so important to share something as delicious as Hungarian recipes. This recipe is wonderful…

Hungarian Chicken Paprikash



1 chicken, cut up

1 green pepper, seeded and chopped

1 large tomato, peeled, seeded and chopped

1 onion, finely chopped

1 clove garlic, finely chopped

1 tbs paprika

Salt and pepper


Heat oil in oven or large skillet with a lid. Add onion and saute over low heat until translucent. Bring to a boil again and reduce the heat. Add your sour cream and paprika and simmer. Add chicken pieces and brown lightly on both sides. Add green pepper, tomatoes, garlic and paprika. Season to taste with salt and pepper and stir in water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low, cover and cook 30 min. Remove chicken to a heated platter and keep warm. In a small bowl, mix sour cream with flour. Temper mixture with some of the pan juices. Return tempered sour cream mixture to pan and simmer until juices are thickened. Return chicken to pan to rewarm. That’s All Folks!!!


Travel, food, wine and culture in Hungary

Travel, food, wine and culture in Hungary, landlocked country in Central Europe. Cheers! Hungarian food has a history dating back to at least Roman times. By 14 B.C. Hungary was part of the Roman Empire’s provinces of Pannonia and Dacia. After Rome fell, Hungary was affected by the migrations. They were the Magyars, the ancestors of current Hungarians. As the first king of Hungary, St Stephen united Magyar tribes and established Christianity. St. Stephen’s Day marks the greatest national holiday. Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend. Enjoy!


Hungarian cooking

About Hungarian recipes


Discover the culinary treasures of Hungary. Hungarian food is often spicy, due to the common use of hot and sweet paprika.  I have yet to meet a Hungarian who doesn’t have a great appreciation for good food. The perfect Hungarian comfort food. Wine is also very popular in Hungary, there are many wine regions in the country. The ancient Magyars had contact with grapes and wine over a thousand years ago. A key ingredient to quality Hungarian wine is the fact that winemakers are so passionate about their job that they are personally involved in every stage of the wine making process. You can plan your own trip or join a wine tour…Buda Castle, Wunderlich Winery, Vesztergombi Winery, Garamvári Winery, Vylyan Winery, Bock Winery, Takler Winery…


European food

European food

The European food is great, the drinks are tasty. What does it make East European food so good? Hungarian cuisine relies on the wide variety of high quality ingredients produced in the country In Hungarian cuisine, traditional paprikás, bográcsgulyás, pörkölt and gulyásleves are thick stews made by cattle herders and stockmen.


Meat is one of the main elements of most Easteuropean recipes but other popular ingredients include potatoes, beans and  other vegetables. Goulash can be prepared from beef, veal,pork, or lamb. Traditional paprikás, bográcsgulyás, pörkölt and gulyásleves are thick stews made by cattle herders and stockmen. Red pepper, fresh green peppers and tomatoes, sour cream and lard are used almost deliberately. Cooked gulyás are common in Hungarian cuisine, and dishes cooked in a creamy, red paprika stew have been referred to as a Hungarian staple.

Here is probably the most popular European dishes.

Slow cooking is the ‘secret’ and you can never use too much meat.