"Lecsó, the Hungarian Ratatouille"
– What We Eat and Where We're From –
Lecsó, the Hungarian Ratatouille
Archival Art Print
6" x 4" Recipe Card
About this piece:
Lecsó (pronunciation: letch-oh) is the Hungarian version of what French call ratatouille. The recipe of 'lecsó' is really controversial, even among Hungarians. It can be made in different ways and obviously, everybody thinks that her/his recipe is the real one. It can be a matter of debate even in families, but we all agree on one thing: basic ingredients are tomato, pepper, onion, and paprika. Lecsó is like the taste of summer for us Hungarians, and it is the best when cooked in August when tomatoes and peppers are the tastiest and juiciest.
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