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How to make Hungarian Lecsó

"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.

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Easy 15 minutes lunch idea: Simple pasta salad /Vegan lunch idea/

I made this pasta salad several times. It is super easy to make, very delicious, and filling. It is ideal for people who follow a vegan diet or those who eat everything but want to include more veggies in their diet. This easy pasta salad does not require many ingredients. Fresh and easy pasta salad… Continue reading Easy 15 minutes lunch idea: Simple pasta salad /Vegan lunch idea/

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Savoury crêpes, under 10 main ingredents

It's been a while since I had the traditional, iconic Hungarian dish Hortobágyi palacsinta. It is a savory Hungarian crêpe, filled with stew. I decided to make a vegetarian version of it and it turned out super delicious! This vegetarian dish is easy to make, very filling, and packed with flavors. Vegetarian dish Ingredients   For… Continue reading Savoury crêpes, under 10 main ingredents

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Easy vegetarian recipe: Hungarian green pea főzelék

"Főzelék is a type of thick Hungarian vegetable stew or soup, similar to pottage. Főzelék is a special category in Hungarian cuisine, not quite like a soup, and thinner than a stew. It is simply cooked, typically by simmering, not mashing. It is usually not cooked with meat, but bacon and spicy sausage may be… Continue reading Easy vegetarian recipe: Hungarian green pea főzelék