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Anikó Takács

Aniko is the UK based, Hungarian born author of Multiculti Kitchen foodblog. She a mum of two little boys and started blogging about 2 years ago. In her house not just their soul but their food is influenced by multiple cultures. She tends to cook with seasonal fruits and vegs and seldom cooks the same meal twice. As her boys are picky eaters her cookery skills are really challenged. Check out some tasty and exciting family recipes on her blog.

About Anikó Takács

Aniko is the UK based, Hungarian born author of Multiculti Kitchen foodblog. She a mum of two little boys and started blogging about 2 years ago. In her house not just their soul but their food is influenced by multiple cultures. She tends to cook with seasonal fruits and vegs and seldom cooks the same meal twice. As her boys are picky eaters her cookery skills are really challenged. Check out some tasty and exciting family recipes on her blog.

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Maglyarakas – traditional Hungarian bread and butter pudding

By Anikó Takács / 2014-01-16

Not the simplest of deserts, but Maglyarakas (Máglyarakás) is by far the best use of leftover bread ever. Maglyarakas is a layered cake symbolically called Bonfire cake (máglya meaning bonfire in Hungarian) Ingredients: 5-6 slices a few days-old brioche slices 200 ml full fat milk 3 eggs (separated) 6 tbsp sugar 1 vanilla pod half […]

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Winekitchen Budapest restaurant review

By Anikó Takács / 2013-10-02

In the heart of Budapest, where the city is full of tourists all day long, very close to Bazilika, life is colorful and exciting. Along the historical streets all kind of restaurants and cafes are inviting the tired, thirsty and hungry guests to have some refreshments. But if You would like to taste not just […]

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Pear and Chocolate Bread and Butter Pudding

By Anikó Takács / 2013-09-22

Pudding for many of us from in Eastern Europe means an instant desert cooked in milk and chilled, but pudding can be many things… Bread and butter pudding is quite a British dessert and no doubt the best way to turn the leftover brioche or bread slices into a treat under 30 minutes. Chocolate and […]

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There is this restaurant ”MOM TOLD ME” about

By Anikó Takács / 2013-08-18

If you live in Hungary and you are in the know when top restaurants are concerned, I am sure you know Anyukám Mondta(translates as Mum told me) Restaurant in Encs. Encs is a tiny town in Northern Hungary, about 3-3,5 hours drive from Budapest on M3 highway.  Once you’ve reached the town and looked around […]

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No fuss Chicken paprikash recipe

By Anikó Takács / 2013-07-18

Here is the recipe from Kiddies Kitchen Summer Edition! Traditional chicken paprikash is made on the hob (not in the oven) but for no fuss version it is easier to bake it in the oven because then you don’t have to stir it all the time.Serves 4Ingredients: 6 chicken wings or thighs (according to your […]