“Somloi galuska”, the pandispanja that “lightens the soul” of the Hungarians

“Somloi galuska”, the pandispanja that “lightens the soul” of the Hungarians

It is one of the favorite pastries of the Hungarians. “There are few cakes so adored in the country.” stated in an article by telex being interested in local pandispanje.

Unfortunately, condemns the news portal, of sleepy it’s “Terribly mistreated by the restaurant industry.” between “Ready-made sponge cakes”, “Spoon cookies”, “Bad leftover cakes” AND “Messy puddings”, all mixed with “Shnalla in the pipe”, of “worst nightmare” of the dish.

Success story of drowsy galuska dates to the second half of the twentieth centurye century, says the site. According to legend, the idea “It would have sprung from the mind of the cupbearer of the Gundel restaurant,” Popular restaurant in Budapest, close to the Bois de Ville park. The cake was then presented at the 1958 Universal Exhibition in Brussels, with a clerical error, turning it into “somlyoi” instead of “sleepy”. For other specialists, however, the cake would be “The work of the pastry chef of the institution”, and his name “It would come from Mount Somlyo.” located on the northern outskirts of Budapest, shows telex.

“Looks like a fallen cake”

Whatever the genesis of somloi, “no one follows the original recipe mentioned in Karoly Gundel cooking reference book”, including “Three sponges and three creams.” ren

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