After the first part of our “what Hungarian desserts to bake this Christmas” recommendation series of articles, welcome to the second part. Last time, we gave you the an easy recipe of the iconic poppy seed bread pudding (mákos guba). This time, the dessert at hand is a bit more complicated to make – but just as delicious! Read on for the recipe of Rákóczi túrós (Rákóczi’s cake with cottage cheese).
As 5percangol.hu writes, Rákóczi túrós was named after a confectioner named János Rákóczi. He was a big name at the time: he worked all around Europe’s best restaurants. His dessert debuted in 1956 at the world exhibition in Brussels. Ever since then, the Rákóczi túrós remains one of Hungary’s specialties.
Let us know if you do decide to bake this delicious dessert!
If you wish to watch a video of the process, find Mindmegette’s video below:
The Hungarian version of the recipe can be found on Mindmegette’s page.
Source: 5percangol.hu, mindmegette.hu