Hungarian Cuisine

Hungarian Cuisine

The first idea that comes to mind when we mention Hungarian cuisine is hot, spicy and fatty food, but the Hungarian people have added spices to their dishes to make them attractive to all palates. Hungarian cuisine is famous for its traditional dishes beloved around the world, such as Hungarian goulash, sauerkraut, Hungarian spicy salad, Hungarian sauce, fish stew and various other dishes, as well as sweets. One of the most familiar deserts of the country is the irresistible strudel and Hungarian kifli.

Hungary is also famous for good wine, as the country has 22 regions producing various wines from sweet fruit wine to red wines that the Eger region is famous for. The capital boasts many wine cellars and wine shops. The restaurants of Budapest offer supreme wines that will surely excite your palate.

It is thought that each dish has an accompanying wine. Apart from wine, Hungary is also famous for its brandy, the palinka, which is produced from various fruits, including, but not limited to, apricot, plum and peach. Unicum is the national drink of Hungary, and the country is maybe even more famous for its plant-based syrups. The  people of Hungary are also famous for brewing beer in one of their 4 breweries, all of which are high quality.

Author of the article:
Ljubiša Đuričić

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