megszór vmit vmivel
to sprinkle sth with sth
I don't like my aunt's potato salad because she springkles the top of it with too much parsley.
I think Hungarian cuisine is most famous for goulash and chicken with paprika.
bő olajban/zsírban sült
I don't eat much deep-fried food because I think it is unhealty.
panírozott hal sült krumplival
fish and chips
I always try the local fish and chips, fish fried in batter and served hot with fried potatoes, whenever I travel to England.
I use fresh yeast for baking bread and cakes though I've heard that instant yeast is a lot quicker and simpler.
I often eat steamed vegetables since they are not only healty but also delicious.
magas zsírtartalmú tejföl
When the recipe says creme fraiche, I always use sour cream, though I've heard that creme fraiche is a bit fattier and less sour.
My sister lets her children drink white coffee at breakfast but I think children should not get used to drinking caffeine.
I eat plenty of fish and poultry, as well as fruit and vegetables, to stay slim and healthy.
tengeri hal, rák, kagyló / tenger gyümölcsei
I love to go to Barcelona for my holidays because the seafood, like the paella, is delicious there.
sovány (nem zsíros)
Leftovers of lean meat, like chicken, can be used in salads, so nothing goes to waste.
to roll the dough
Baking bread is fun and it is also good excercise to roll the dough.
I often add pickled onions to sauces and stews to give them extra flavours.
leszedi az asztalt
to clear the table
I always help my mother to clear the table and load the dishwasher.
We always have a substantial meal at around six o'clock on weekdays when all the family has time to sit together at the table.
I was surprised to find out that the English like vinegar-flavoured crisps but eventually I got to like them myself.
felver (tejszínt, tojást)
to whip sth up
We never use canned whipped cream for our cakes and desserts but rather whip the cream up ourselves.
tészta (száraz, főtt)
I love all kinds of pasta but my favourite is lasagne.
I drink so much lemonade that I've got quite bored with the taste but luckily I found out that ginger adds a nice flavour to it.
to have a second helping
My cousin is very lucky because she has a beautifully slim figure though she always has a second helping.
I have found plenty of good recipes on the net, but of course not all the recipes there are worth trying.
Although my uncle is a chef at a famous restaurant, I think my mother is a better cook than he is.
tápanyagokban gazdag étel
I try to stay healthy by eating nutrient-rich food, like fruits, vegetables, low-fat cheese and yoghurt, lean pork and chicken.
We use the microwave a lot, mainly for reheating cooked food, but sometimes we also cook soup in it.
It is quick to defrost frozen meat in the microwave, but you have to know the trick or it will cook on the outside.
I've heard that coffee blocks the effect of vitamins and nutritional supplements.
fizeti a számlát
to foot/pay/settle the bill
The rules of who settles the bill after a meal in a restaurant differ from country to country.
My mother does not allow us to season our food at the table because she thinks eating too much salt and spices is unhealthy.
I really don't like frozen food with the exception of fish fingers.
My grandfather is a hunter, so we get to eat a lot of game, especially deer and pheasant.