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File: 1612728476530.png (646.94 KB, 800x447, food of the gods.png)

Culinary Adventures around the World AnonymousCountry code: hu, country type: geoip, valid:   494

Post tasty food from your country. It does not have to be unique to your region, but something that people there usually eat.

PB  497

File: 1612744231093.jpg (19.64 KB, 512x359, tres leches.jpg)

Tres leches cake. Its so wet and buttery and sweet.
>>494
What is that? bread with onion?

Anonymous  501

>>497
It's bread with lard spread on it.

Anonymous  505

File: 1612798449382.jpg (15.92 KB, 220x165, kartoffelpuffer.JPG)

make potato pancake, the german way:

1. grate up potato
2. squeeze water out of grated potato
now be quick and don't leave it lying around or it turns brown from oxidizing
prepare pan in advance with lots of oil, maybe add butter
3. mix grated potato with:
>grated or cut onion
>salt and pepper
>egg
mix it good
4. form small flat round shapes and fry it till brown on both sides
5. serve with apple sauce

from the Jason Unruhe☭ Anonymous 520

File: 1612961590855.jpg (Spoiler Image, 387.78 KB, 1536x2048, media_EtvhL3_XEA0GHmR.jpg?name…)

Anonymous  525

>>520
I thought it was oatmeal for a second lmao. Anyways, they look pretty wack

PB  569

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a sanwhich made with Pan de Mallorca. Some good shit. The bread is a sweetbread, very soft and buttery, yet a bit toasty on the outside. Dusted with powdered sugar if you want to. You would think such sweet bread with savory fillings like cheddar cheese, sliced ham, and fried eggs would come off as weird, but it is hella good. And it goes great together with cofi.

PB  570

File: 1613376989088.jpg (111.41 KB, 1423x623, mallorca mcds.jpg)

>>569
it's a very poplar breakfast item, even mcdonald's sells a version of it for breakfast here.

Anonymous  580

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>>569
>>555
The trips say that I must try this some time.

Anonymous  586

>>570
that mc donald one looks gross
reminds me of when they tried to sell currywurst in germany
nobody wanted it from them

Anonymous  587

>>586
>reminds me of when they tried to sell currywurst in germany
Those damn American companies trying to sell us back our own dishes after butchering them
The same thing happened when Taco Bell tried to sell their """tacos""" in Mexico lmao

Anonymous  594

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Crab Cackes tast good, you only see them in the eastern part of burgerland though. Not sure if they are eaten in other countries?
>>570
>>586
>>587
lol

PB  619

>>594
I don't like them. I dunno if I just went to places where they made them bad, but the times I've had them they have been not very good.

Anonymous  637

>>594
never heard of them, i'd like to try but wouldn't know where to get it

Anonymous  651

>>594
They’re too soft for me. I like the texture of crab, not shredded up crab mixed with other things.

PB  672

Are air fryers popular in your country?
I just got one and they are great for tendies.
What re some good stuff from your country (or anywhere else) to make in one?

Anonymous  678

File: 1614372248269.png (576.17 KB, 640x724, fryer.png)

>>672
I didn't even know what they were called in Hungarian, I searched and you can buy them but I never heard about them in Hungarian. I guess they are not very well known but I am pretty detached from the general trends in society so I might be wrong.

Anonymous  690

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What kind of cheese do you lot have?

PB  693

>>690
We don't have many.
But the cheese I really like is Queso de Hoja (en. Leaf Cheese).

Anonymous  703

>crab cakes on east coast
They can be had on the other coast, too, unless this is some other kind of item.

Anonymous  739

File: 1614913242134.jpg (393.38 KB, 1440x1080, kalakukko.jpg)

Kalakukko. Fish and pork baked inside rye bread. Eat with butter. Delicious.

PB  747

>>739
That looks kinda yucky ngl.

Anonymous  771

>>739
How do you put the fish inside before baking it?

  784

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Alright it’s time to talk serious business. What kind of candy are y’all packing. Whenever I’m at a party for like a cousin’s birthday, I usually like to get these

Anonymous  786

>>784
you can't make chicken flavoured candy
pls

Anonymous  788

>>786
It’s not chicken flavored lol, it’s only shaped like a chicken

Anonymous  789

>>784
I like the Haribo frogs, and those sour gummy things, idk what they called. But I prefer chocolatey sweets tbh.

PB  799

File: 1615394301595.jpg (22.31 KB, 550x413, pilones.jpg)

4 me it's coconut nougat. It's so good. or pilones. Too bad pilones for some arcane reason lose taste as soon as you take a flight longer than one hour. Dunno wtf happens but it's good gringos can't enjoy them properly I guess.

>>784
>no sabe a pollo.
No se puede engañar a los nenes asi.

Anonymous  848

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Anonymous  865

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>>690
>>848
Trappista cheese is the standard in Hungary, it is what most people think of when you say cheese. It's not bad but not very good either. Pálpusztai cheese is famous Hungarian cheese, I don't think I ever ate it. it's known for its stink. Another good cheese is Pannónia cheese, I really like this one, it's got big holes and is an emmentaler. There's also some smoked cheese but I don't like those so I won't comment.

You can buy all kind of exotic cheese and everything though. The other day I ate some "balkan cheese" (apparently it's some Czech thing) that was really nice.

Anonymous  889

Baql, dates, and ghee. Mix em all together for a traditional arabic sweet. Preferably eaten with arabic coffee.


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