Hungarian Plum Dumplings

Plum Dumplings or Szilvás gombóc is a traditional Hungarian dish made with potato dough, stuffed with cinnamon-y plums, covered in sweet toasted breadcrumbs. Lately, on our cheat days I made Hungarian desserts, my favorites from my childhood. I was thinking about our next Saturday dessert, when I spotted some plums in the grocery store (by […]

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Braised Red Cabbage

Easy and simple vegan braised red cabbage, this delicious festive side dish is a must have to your Christmas menu {vegan, gluten free, dairy free, clean eating} Have you finalized your Christmas menu? I haven’t chosen our main dish yet (I’m still hesitating between fish and pork), but I’m pretty sure braised red cabbage won’t […]

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London Bars

Three layered shortbread squares topped with apricot jam and walnuts foam, aka London bars, are heavenly tasty Hungarian pastries. These crazy delicious three layer bars could make a great Christmas treat that everyone will love. Walnuts and apricot jam make a great combination. These two simple ingredients are always present in every Hungarian women’s cupboard. […]

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Hungarian Cheese Scones

Cheese Scones or Sajtos Pogácsa are traditional Hungarian pastries. These little scones are the best salty and cheesy party food/snacks you can bake for the holidays. There’s no holiday without scones (sajtos pogácsa) in Hungary and Transilvania. We bake these salty cheesy pastries for any occasion, they are easy to make and everyone loves them. […]

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Lasagna Stuffed Portobello

Spinach and ricotta lasagna stuffed portobello mushrooms are our new favorite vegetarian dishes, these loaded mushroom caps are gluten-free, low carb, egg free and amazingly delicious. Today’s recipe is an excellent vegetarian lasagna recipe: Portobello mushrooms stuffed with spinach and ricotta cheese, marinara sauce and topped with mozzarella. A tasty  low carb meal which can be served […]

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