Gluten and lactose free tarragon chicken ragout soup

Hungarian cuisine is famous for its spices and tasty dishes.From old documents and artefacts we know that many spices used today were also used by the ancient Hungarians. Their best dishes were made in a single pot and were always soupy, succulent dishes. There are many rich soups that can also be used as a…Continue reading »

Gluten-free Hungarian stuffed peppers

Stuffed peppers are an indispensable part of Hungarian cuisine. Many of us would like to believe that we have been preparing it for hundreds of years, depending on the region, and putting it on the table for the family’s enjoyment. We are wrong: this Hungarian dish, which is considered traditional, is of Serbian/Aryan origin according…Continue reading »

Gluten and lactose free pancakes

I never measured the ingredients, I just mixed and baked the pancakes. A dear friend of mine recently found out that she was gluten intolerant. She has a hard time taking the hurdles that she runs into over and over again because of the gluten. She tried to make pancakes because they are so easy….Continue reading »

Gluten and lactose free sponge cake roll

With 4 children, I didn’t always have time to bake cakes for the kids, as much as I wanted to. So I collected recipes of cakes that they really liked and that were quick to make. The sponge cake dough is great to use in a variety of ways, this one was their all time…Continue reading »

Gluten and lactose free cottage cheese pie

Do you have 5 minutes? Well, more like 10, because the oven needs to warm up. 😊 I used cottage cheese, but you can also use ricotta which I think you can get in every country in the world. 😊 Ingredients 500 grams of lactose-free cottage cheese 330 g lactose-free sour cream or vegetable yoghurt…Continue reading »

A little history of Hungarian cottage cheese – Egy kis történelem a magyar túróról

I’ll post recipes in which I’ll use it in. Learn about the Hungarian cheese, which we Hungarians like to eat both savory and sweet. On 25.07.2019, the European Commission entered “Rögös túró” (which actually translates to “Clod cottage cheese”) in the register of Traditional specialties guaranteed, thus protecting it. The product, which belongs to the…Continue reading »

Two languages, one recipe – Két nyelv, egy recept

My mother tongue is Hungarian. I owe a lot to Hungarian people who gave me a helping hand when my family had to start a new journey, not for the first time in our lives. I had to learn how to cook gluten-free, lactose-free and then, because of allergies, all-kinds-of-things-free. I made many friends and…Continue reading »


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