Stephen and Jess are one of Australia’s most subscribed travel vloggers on YouTube. In one of their episodes, they tried Hungarian candies and sweets. Check their reaction below!
Next time try:
– Pilóta keksz
– Vaníliás karika
– Piros (chocolate)
– Balaton (coconut kind)
– Túrorudi (original)
– Tibi (classic milk chocolate)
Hi. Hungarian sweets do very often concentrate on fruit flavours, particularly cherry. Chocolate covered marzipan and chocolate covered wafers are also a big thing in Hungary. The cakey biscuits you showed at the end were like our English Jaffa Cakes but ours are orange.
Ps. The wording on the packets will be in Hungarian as they are Hungarian sweets!! ? and sweets usually are very sweet !! ?
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