"Lecsó is a Hungarian thick vegetable ragout or stew which features explicitly yellow pointed peppers, tomato, onion, salt, and ground sweet and/or hot paprika as a base recipe. The onions and peppers are usually sauteed in lard, bacon fat, or sunflower oil.
Kifli is a staple food in Hungary. It’s eaten as a bread roll and also used to make sandwiches and puddings. Very popular kifli/crescent roll meal ideas: salami sandwich, mákos guba (type of poppy seed dessert), or just kifli with cocoa or yogurt.
Pogácsa is a type of bread baked in the ashes of the fireplace, and later on in the oven, similar to focaccia found in the cuisines of the Carpathian Basin, the Balkans, and Turkey. It can be leavened or unleavened,
"Chiken paprikash/chiken paprika (Hungarian: paprikás csirke) is is a popular dish of Hungarian origin and one of the most famous variations on the paprikás preparations common to Hungarian tables. The name is derived from the ample use of paprika, a spice commonly used in Hungarian cuisine."