This is another cookbook I have honestly never used. The recipes don’t appeal to my pallete much, but I’m sure they taste great for those that appreciate this fine food!! Its almost a combination of German, Italian and Russian cooking, very rich and hearty. And mostly the kind of thing I would eat in the fall or winter months.
Each image links to a larger picture if you want to read or use the recipe.
Each spiral bound book measures 9 inches by 6 inches and is about 1/4 inch thick.
More photos, recipes and information after the jump…
Maikos es Dios Kalacs – poppy seed or almond nut roulade
Feherkenyer – Hungarian white bread and Speckkondel – bacon dumplings.
Geschmorter Schweinsbraten mit Kapern – braised pork roast with paprika, capers and caraway. Selchfleisch – smoked pork with pureed split peas.
Znojemsky Gulas – beef goulash with gerkins and Lovacki Djuvec – Hunter’s Stew. I really despise goulash but when I showed these recipes to people who love it they literally salavated just thinking about it.
Bogracs Gulyas – Kettle goulash and Szekely Gulyas – Transylvanian goulash.
Toltott Kaposzta – pork stuffed cabbage rolls and Lecso – tomato and green pepper ragout. The latter recipe is a very classic one and one I actually like, yes, even though its similar to many goulashs, which I can’t stand. I can’t explain why I like one and not the other, your guess is as good as mine.
Topfenpalatschinken – cottage cheese pancakes, Palacsintak Barackizzel – apricot pancakes, Kaiserschmarrn – Emperor’s pancake. These made me hungry just reading them!! I think I will have to attempt them sometime soon.
Gugelhupf – coffee ring and Tascherln – Viennese jam pockets. Delicious!
The famous yummy Strudel!
Indianerkrapfen – Indian puffs with whipped cream and Ischler Tortchen – Ischl tartlets.