Street food for lunch is very popular nowadays. Due to the pulsive and intense pace of our lives, it is perfectly understandable that we do not have time for cooking at home in many cases. But it does not mean that we should give up on our needs of quality. Let us help you find some typical meals on Hungarian streets that are extremely delicious and prepared in no time.
Fortunately, these meals are not difficult to make at all, so if you are in the mood, you can easily make them yourself without leaving the comfort of your home. Be careful with the ingredients and the quantity because they may be different in the recipes and the tutorial videos that you can find below.
Lángos is literally a piece of fried dough, and its shape is similar to an elephant’s ear as well. The special method of making the dough can be found above, and after you are done, you can traditionally eat it with sour cream, cheese, and garlic – click here to read the recipe.
Tócsni is basically grated raw potato, fried in a pan – it is very similar to the Swiss rosti. Read the recipe here and find the video above.
Chimney cake is a sweet and extremely soft dessert on the street, with a great texture. You can try it with several different flavours, e.g.: cinnamon, walnut, vanilla, chocolate, etc. Find the recipe here and the video above.
Hurka is a special Hungarian sausage filled with pork liver or black pudding, along with rice and different spices. Find the recipes of liver sausage here and blood sausage here. Watch the video (of liver sausage) above, follow the steps, and enjoy your meal!
Hungarian sausage is not world-famous like the German wurst, but it is very special and delicious. You can see how it is filled properly above – you can also follow the steps of the recipe here. Good luck!