|Hungarikums – What Are They?|
Throughout history there has been a constant struggle for Hungarians to find their own voice and identity while under the control of various forces, such as the Ottoman Empire, the Habsburgs and the Soviet. Hungarikums are often a source of pride and sense of identity of many Hungarians both in Hungary and abroad.
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I cannot imagine Easter dinner without ham; it is the centerpiece on the table. With it we always have fresh new onions, and hard boiled eggs. For dinner, I do like for dinner the meatloaf that my mother used to make; baked nice and crispy around the edges (that is the reason I bake my meatloaf in a baking dish, not in a loaf pan), with hard boiled eggs in the middle.
Over the years, I made it easier; instead a meatloaf I made meatloaf balls, fried in oil. It is faster, and can be made any day, holidays, Sundays, weekdays. Just serve them with oven fried potatoes and pickled beets.
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Karolina Tima Szabó