Street of Hungarian Flavours

20th of August is the celebration of new bread or St. Istvan or the Constitution, it depends on who you are, how old are you and where you are come from, so lots of official program is organized to emphasize the importance of the day. That said,  the most enjoyable part of the celebration is to enjoy our life during the entire day. For that is the best if there is at least one street food fest  somewhere in the city.

This year it will be held on the Lánchíd street between 9am to 10pm and organized around the Hungarian dishes. Never better opportunity to taste goose liver, hurka-kolbász, lángos, pogácsa, halászlé, pacalpörkölt,

 

Lángos – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The dough for lángos is made of water or milk and flour, yeast, sugar and salt. Adding sour cream, yoghurt or mashed potatoes to the dough is optional, in the latter case it is called potato lángos (in Hungarian krumplis lángos).

 

Fisherman’s soup – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fisherman’s soup or halászlé ( Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈhɒlaːsleː]) is a hot, spicy paprika-based river fish soup, originating as a dish of Hungarian cuisine, a bright-red hot soup prepared with generous amounts of hot paprika and carp or mixed river fish, characteristic for the cuisines of the Pannonian Plain, particularly prepared in the Danube and Tisza river regions.

Pörkölt – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Any kind of meat can be used when making pörkölt. Most common are beef, lamb, chicken and pork, but game, tripe and liver can also be used. A popular[citation needed ] meal in traditional Hungarian cuisine is a pörkölt made of tripe, called pacalpörkölt. ( Pacal is the Hungarian word for tripe).