Dessert in Transylvania

Kürtős kalács. It’s impossible for me to translate this typical Hungarian sweet that is still made by hand. Loved by kids, adults, elderly, it’s a traditional dish that made it into the 21st century.

It’s become a popular street food but it used to be made for big celebrations: weddings, baptism, important guests. So when you do eat one, taste the honoured welcome of the Hungarian foremothers. And enjoy!

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