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Poppy and Grandma's Layered Rakott Crumpli From 'Joy of Kosher'

Cook the Book Kate Williams 2 comments

Rakott Crumpli is a rich Hungarian casserole made with layers upon layers of eggs, potatoes, sour cream, and bread cumbs. Jamie Geller's version in Joy of Kosher is a bit less dramatic, since she uses only 2 layers of each. More

Poppy and Grandma's Layered Rakott Crumpli From 'Joy of Kosher'

Serious Eats Kate Williams 5 comments

Rakott Crumpli is a rich Hungarian casserole made with layers upon layers of eggs, potatoes, sour cream, and bread cumbs. Jamie Geller's version in Joy of Kosher is a bit less dramatic, since she uses only 2 layers of each. More

Quick and Easy One Pot Hungarian Chicken and Noodles With Cabbage

Chicken Dinners Yvonne Ruperti 1 comment

Cabbage and noodles flavored with caraway and parsley is a classic Hungarian dish made all the more comforting with the addition of ground chicken. It's soothing and mild like a good chicken soup, and you only need one pan and 20 minutes to finish it off. More

Slow Cooker Pork Paprikash

Jennifer Olvera 2 comments

Creamy, tangy, stick-to-your-ribs slow cooker paprika pork is served atop egg noodles for a hearty, one-pot meal. More

Slow Cooker Pork Paprikash

Serious Eats Jennifer Olvera 8 comments

Slow cooker paprika pork, seasoned with thyme and caraway, is finished with sour cream and served over egg noodles. More

Chicken Dinners: Chicken Paprikash

Yvonne Ruperti 3 comments

An ample amount of paprika adds bold flavor to this classic Hungarian dish of tender braised chicken with tomato, red pepper, and a touch of sour cream. More

Sausage and Sauerkraut Stew with Duck Fat Dumplings

Serious Eats Max Falkowitz Post a comment

[Photograph: Max Falkowitz] Juniper plays best with gamey meats, but game can be hard to come by. If you don't hunt (or have a friend who does), your options are limited. Ducks, however, are far more widely available and are... More

Hot Dog of the Week: Charlie's Pool Room

Hawk Krall 16 comments

"By not having a Charlie's hot dog, it's like skipping a chapter in this book called life." [Art and photographs: Hawk Krall] Past Weeks' Dogs Beer Marinated Chili DogDepression Dog24-Hour DogThe Philly ComboTijuana Dog Over Labor Day weekend I had the opportunity to visit what might be one of the country's most unique hot dog joints. Hidden on backroads in western New Jersey near the Pennsylvania border--closer to the mountains than the ocean--lies Charlie's Pool Room. Located on a residential street, it's easy to miss. In fact, finding this place was like an episode of Lost. The street names didn't match up to my road atlas or Google maps, and the GPS went haywire and told us we were still... More

Langos, Deep Fried Flatbread and Hungary's 'Common Currency of Taste'

Robyn Lee 7 comments

One moment, I didn't know anything about Hungarian cuisine; the next moment, all I could think about was lángos (pronounced LAHN-gosh), deep fried Hungarian flatbread commonly rubbed with garlic and topped with sour cream. Food blogger James Boo of The Eaten Path, who recently visited Budapest, describes this savory yeast doughnut as "the common currency of taste," what pizza is to New York City and hot dogs are to Chicago. The lángos in the photo was deep fried in lard and topped with sour cream and sauerkraut. Boo's description says, The resulting behemoth of fats and flavors was admittedly not as delicious as the fresh, everyday Lángos from the roadside stand; nevertheless, it was a behemoth. The edges were crunchier,... More

Sugar Rush: Strudel and Kugelhopf from Andre's Cafe

New York Ed Levine 1 comment

A couple of years ago Nora Ephron wrote a hilarious piece for the New York Times Op-Ed page about her search for cabbage strudel. I had a bit part in the story as the person who told her where... More

Cooking With Paprika from the Hungarian Meat Market and Delicatessen

New York Barbara Hanson 2 comments

There are almost no signs along Second Avenue from 78th Street to 86th Street that a thriving Hungarian (and Czech and German and Polish) community once existed there. On the corner of East 82nd Street is Johnny Foxes Taphouse... More

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