Sunday, October 22, 2006

what's for breakfast?

Going to the Sunday market can only mean that we craved for a dosage of Lángos (pronounced Langosh). It can be too rich as breakfast for some but this stall that we patronised serves one of the best langoshs around, the dough feels lighter, a bit crunchy and less sinful for the conscience. If ever I start a food biz. back home, this would definitely be on my menu ;)

Remember the name, okay? 'cos you should really try it if you visit Hungary. Meanwhile, a more delicious photo here.

28 comments:

Jazzy said...

looks so yummy. good to know about Langos,thanks for sharing. sunday started very nicely for you =)

Joy said...

mmm mmmm my mouth waters. Did you eat the whole thing???

Jing said...

:P
so whats the white thing?? cream??
oo...dont tempt me with food now, its night. not good to eat some food!!
great food~~great photo!

miss tango in her eyes said...

Is that somesort of icing on top? Or cheese?

Kris said...

jing/miss tango,
the topping was sour cream. you can eat it plain which i prefer ;)

joy,
nope, we shared. this particular stall serves up larger size,too :)

jazzy,
yup, it was good kick start..but i'm still very full from it !

zannnie said...

wow...looks interesting:D

Lavender Lady said...

I'd like to see a shot the next time you visist, of how it is made...is it baked, cooked on top of the stove, fried like a doughnut? It looks very interesting!

Kate said...

In a way this looks a little like Native Ameican frybread. This shot makes it look a bit lighter in texture, but your other photo really does like NA. It looks like something I'd like, chlosterol and all!!

Zsolt72 said...

ohh today Zannnie mentioned to me that she wanted to eat lángos and I didnt know why she was talking about this. Now I know:) I love lángos...with onion, cream and cheese...called: sajtos-tejfölös lángos.

edwin s said...

omigod! give me some of dat! ok, you eat some for me and I'll do the deepavali and raya kuih for you!

Bill said...

Now I need to go find some "junk food"!

Carlos said...

Oh Kris don't do this to me, I am going to have nightmares over that delicatessen.-)

Nick said...

Just looking at that makes me feel fat. Great photograph though.

Lisi said...

the hungarian version of doughnut just like Chinese doughnut?

and just looking at the other photo I saw a few names that I really miss...menggarang, bob, Sam, Nicola and Cynthia....

Kris said...

Hi all!

Lisi,
it is quite similar with chinese doughnuts. The "油 til" (forgot how to pin yin ..you know?

i really wonder where sam is, her page is not working .in less than a year things had change , people change..

Nick,
aha, it is fattening ..lol!

Bill,
arrrgh,,junk food..my weakness!!!

edwin,
ok, deal! *shake hands*

Zsolt,
with onions? oooh. I'll try with that combo the next time ..yum!

Kate,
seduction of cholestrol is hard to push away!

Lavender,
that was what i wanted to photograph, however business here dislike the "invasion" i'll try one of those paparazzi the next time, fingers crossed!

zannie,
eating it is much more interesting ;D

Thanks all for stopping by :)

Zsolt72 said...

sorry Kris I made a mistake..not onion..garlic:)

Nathalie said...

Kris, at the market last Thursday in Sydney there was a Hungarian man making and selling Langos. I thought of you. I'll post the photo next Thursday because that's market day and I'll send you the link!!!!

Kris said...

natalie,
that sounds great, i shall look forward to that photo , Thanks :)

Zsolt,
when i read your first comment, i did confirm with my partner about it. He was confused with the word "hagyma" as well..hehe

maiylah said...

oohh...looks like B is having a grand time!!
soooo yummy! won't forget the name, Kris. ;))

zannnie said...

Really? i must really try it for one of my breakfast:) kris, Thanks for sharing this pix of Lángos. I've checked the recipe, i really suspect it is like our Yóutiáo 油條 literally oil strip in Singapore or in Cantonese Yau Ja Gwai 油炸鬼 pinyin yóuzháguǐ / yau4 ja3 gwai2 , *curious*''p

qwestcat said...

Wow! That looks really really good!

Curly said...

I fancy some of that, garlic, sour cream.....sounds good!

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Candice & Megan said...

It looks really good. I would definitely try it!

Kris said...

zannie,
aha, i wanted these words 油條. the only difference is the shape :)

maiylah,
he told me he's full through out the day :D

thanks all!

John - Melbourne said...

Thought that might be sour cream or perhaps ricotta... either way it would be yummy! Now I can't afford to come over there, so this photoblog thing works as a cheap alternative for me. If only we could smell and taste via the web as well!!

Sadia said...

Hahaha, this one gave me a good laugh ;o)

Kala said...

Kris! this looks so appetizing evebn though I try to watch what i eat I would try this for sure!

Keropok Man said...

I just woke up, am really hungry, and looking at this picture now, making me salivate!

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