Hungarians make kocsonya around the holidays, such as Christmas and New Year’s Eve. Maybe the ingredients of this dish don’t look too appetizing, and eating a cold pork jelly sounds strange but it’s fairly common in Eastern Europe.
Even stranger, some people love to eat this for breakfast! It’s usually eaten in winter because before there were fridges the jelly would only set in cold weather. It’s not hard to make, but time-consuming: long cooking time, and overnight refrigerating. Here is a go-to recipe from Kitchen Paprikash: