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  • Anna Boros Solinsky

    Hungarian Filled Pastries

  • Laura Stine

    Authentic Hungarian Pastries from Food.com: These are amazing! You would not believe that there are only 3 ingredients in the dough. My Great-Grandma used to make these every Sunday. The dough has a delicate cheese taste and the filling is nice and tart. They also have a BEAUTIFUL presentation! I've never paid attention to how many cookies it makes or how much time it takes so that is a guess. I know it looks like a lot of steps, but it is not hard to do.

  • Sandy Crain

    Authentic Hungarian Pastries Recipe - Food.com - 270092

  • Mary Ann Ledbetter

    Authentic Hungarian Pastries. Photo by Chef #1237817

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