I have bought some spring parsnips that was full of parsley. This gave the idea to cook a cream soup out of it. The fresh characteristic taste of the parsley was well compensated with the butter and the cream. The garlic crouton harmonizes well with the soup.
Beef hunter style used to be one of my childhood’s favorite dishes and it did stay so, because my dad used to make it always very tasty. I wanted to show you with the platting that from this dish you can make out a real festive dish. My hunter style beef is different from others in that I serve also caramelized vegetables (the same as there are in the sauce) with it.
This is a real filling dish, it may be a good idea for a Sunday family lunch. I love in this dish the caramelized onions and the meat that is crispy from the outside and nice grilled and soft from the inside. And after all, I love the potatoes that have crispy well baked edges. The tastes harmonically combine and bake together in the oven.
This a healthy and really tasty dish. The crispy home-made croutons and the celery chips are especially well going together with this creamy soup. This dish is a guarantee for the fact that celery roots harmonize well with nutmeg.
Kale & potatoes used to be not one of my favorite childhood dishes but by now I got to like it so much that I make it quite a lot. My German husband does not like our Hungarian style vegetable sauces so to him I always „sell them as a thicker soup. This vegetable sauce is special because I thicken it with its own vegetables and some sauce with a help of a mixer.
Fish is a traditional dish on Christmas Eve in Hungary. Housewives regularly make traditional Hungarian fish soup or fish in breadcrumbs. I am bringing you now a light and healthy fish dish for the holidays. It's fried halibut with fresh zucchini and seasoned potato chips
Beet-root has a gorgeous color, it is a valuable and healty winter vegetable. During the Xmas holidays, we can serve this dish as an easy appetizer.
As far as I know, this food is rarely called macok, but the region I come from, does use this name for the potato rosti. My mom used to make it a lot when I was a child so I learned this one from her.