Hungarian traditional snacks

The first time I ate it was at a Christmas market in Germany. Holding hot fried snacks in the cold weather is a great treat in winter! Later, when I traveled to Hungary, I ate authentic snacks, and the tastes varied and sweet. There are all kinds of salty dishes, suitable for all ages! The technique is simple, you can try it yourself

Hungarian traditional snacks

Hungarian traditional snacks recipe
Prep Time 8 minutes
Cook Time 25 minutes
Course Snack
Cuisine Hungarian
Servings 2


  • 500 g low-gluten flour
  • 2 tablespoons sugar
  • 15 g yeast
  • 300 g milk
  • salt half teaspoon


  • Fresh milk needs to be used in two stages (200g/100g). Heat the yeast powder, sugar, and 200g of fresh milk to dissolve. Add to the flour and mix well to form a batter. Let it sit for 20 minutes. Warm the remaining 100g of fresh milk and knead it. Pour into the batter and knead until it is very soft (three-gloss), but not until the gluten is tender so as not to be too hard. Moisturize and let stand for 40 minutes.
  • Divide the dough into small balls of 190g, which can make about 4 to 5 balls, and ferment for another 20 minutes. Then shape it into a round shape that is thick on the outside and thin on the inside (some people also make it into a rectangular shape, but it should be concave on the inside, which can be used to hold stuffing).
  • Heat the oil in the pan to about medium temperature (170 degrees)
  • When one side turns golden brown, flip it over until both sides are golden brown. Remove the dripping oil and let the heat dissipate before adding the fillings.
  • Just put whatever flavor you like~ The most basic and simple is icing sugar, chocolate sauce, or garlic cream sauce plus cheese sticks, you can also put ham and lettuce…the choice is yours!
  • Remember to eat it while it’s hot~
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