Month: February 2016


Crunchy maple nut granola – Ropogós juharszirupos diós granola

Served with yogurt and fresh seasonal fruit, this is one of the easiest and most gratifying breakfasts.  Making granola at home isn’t complicated at all.  You actually don’t even need a recipe, just keep in mind the ratio of 6:1 of the dry and the wet ingredients, and don’t forget that you must have rolled oats in granola.  If you have a recipe available, view it as a template and customize it – endlessly – to your liking.


Buttermilk cake – Írós torta

This is not a super-sweet cake but it’s very flavorful and satisfying.  It’s made with buttermilk and whole wheat pastry flour, giving it a bread-like consistency.  When I found this recipe in Heidi Swanson’s book Super Natural Every Day, I liked it so much, I wanted to try it right away.


Baked fish and chips – Sült hal és sült krumpli

Both Steve and I love to eat fish, and despite this, I still don’t cook it often enough.  The reason might be that I didn’t grow up close to a big river or sea – we have only a little creek in my village – and cooks at the time of my upbringing prepared maybe frozen fish fillet a few times a year by deep frying it, so there wasn’t a great history of cooking and eating fish.  However, now I live close to an ocean in a city with a great fish tradition, but dealing with fish in my […]