Hungary is renowned for its fine pastries, some of them borrowed from Austria which, in turn, borrowed from France. In any case, Hungarians have created a delightful repertoire of rich desserts and stories to match.
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Roulades are simple sponge cake bases filled with jam, whipped cream or fruit (or all three) and rolled jellyroll fashion. This rich Hungarian raspberry-cream roulade recipe is easier than it sounds, and the sponge cake recipe is one we've had great success with.
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This chocolate mousse cake recipe is named after Rigo Jancsi, a gypsy violinist, who helped create it for the woman he loved!
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This decadent Hungarian trifle recipe is known as somloi galuska (shom-loh-ee gah-LOOSH-kah), and is made with three different-flavored sponge cakes, pastry cream, raisins, walnuts, chocolate sauce, and whipped cream.Continue to 5 of 5 below.
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