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    Hearty and healthy soup with all fresh and organic ingredients. Easy to make and full of goodness! enjoy!

    Recipe #493739

    Vegan friendly healthy and hearty cake that will get you and keep you going all day! but not your ordinary taste. I don't normally use a measurer so the amounts are approximate, best way to do is to taste as you go. I only use organic ingredients as well, your body will thank you for sure. Good luck!

    Recipe #493735

    I made this cake for a birthday and it has been a great success. Very easy-- I only baked the crusty bottom but not the filling. You can use all variety of fruits except kiwi and pineapple because the Gelatin will not work with those ones. The size of the tin depends on you, I used a smaller but deeper one to make it higher... good luck and enjoy!

    Recipe #377953

    This is my mother's recipe from Budapest. I made it a couple of times already and all the nationalities (such as my oz boyfriend) liked it where I live in France...... it can be more of a soup but foreigners like it more like a stew (less water). I would definitely add egg noodles (csipetke) to it as well. It is a little bit of a slow work, needs to be stirred very often, keep adding water and salt whenever its needed. . . but the result is worth it! Usually tastes better the day after as all the flavours grow together. Jo etvagyat!

    Recipe #377930

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