An Hungarian bread treat, served with cheese and sour cream.

I made these for afternoon tea today - very tasty, gone too quickly.

Recipe for Hungarian Langos on my recipe site.

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  • suburbanvoodoo said:
    My Stepfather was Hungarian - they really do have some delicious food :-)
    Mmmmmm Paprikash Chicken, Toltottkaposzta, Palacsinta (with poppy seed and sugar), Potato Krumpli (with paprikash and Csabai!)...........oh yeah,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
    So while I was slaving over a hot lawnmower (and grinding off the blades so I could put new ones on cause the old ones were virtually welded tight!) you were cooking up a storm!
    Not fair David - not fair! :-)
  • David de Groot said:
    I've not delved into Hungarian before. Just been through a Turkish phase (darned excellent food from there too). I might need to look more into Hungarian as apart from Langos the only Hungarian I know is Goulash ;-)
    As for mower blades... I managed to sharpen one of mine, but the other is, like yours, virtually welded on. I figure the grass has a 50% chance of a clean cut, as opposed to being bludgeoned into submission with the blunt blade ;-)
  • Peter Hegarty said:
    Mmmmmm, looks like we'll have to come to your place again soon :)
  • picsbymac said:
    That looks yummy. I'm always surprised that there is time to shoot the food before it gets eaten ; )
  • leadegroot said:
    I do seem to recall a cry of 'bugger it, thats good enough - I want to eat it!' ;)
  • David de Groot said:
    Always welcome :)
    Only just Mel. Eventually (as Lea has pointed out) I give in and just eat it (sometimes before the camera comes out at all).