Cooking the Hungarian Way Author:Kato Frank There is an indefinable something which distinguishes Hungarian dishes from all others--the difference between a stew and a Hungarian Goulash, for example. Kato Frank is a Hungarian now living in England, and her love and nostalgia for Hungary and her enthusiasm for Hungarian food makes this book a very original one. Most of these are family r... more »ecipes which have been carefully handed down from one generation to another, and you can see why, for the simplest ingredients are prepared in such a way that their taste and texture are developed to the point of perfection.
Being a housewife herself, Mrs Frank knows what family cooking means--from everyday meals to family celebrations, and she has selected a wide variety of both for you to try at home. Try first the original Hungarian soups, garnished with delicious savoury dumplings, man dishes such as Veal paprikash, Transylvanian chicken rago?t, and Mutton p?rk?lt, and then some of the delightful sweets, cakes and ices to be found in this exciting book.« less