Since I’ve been so slack lately, I haven’t had the chance to stumble on awesome recipes like this one! I have a serious cauliflower gobbling problem so this is perfect for anyone else who shares my addiction!
This tasty dish may not actually be Hungarian, but it was served to my family when I was in high school by my best friend’s mother. Her daughter, also named Peggy, and I were inseparable back them. 🙂 Mrs. Monaghan, in her 20’s, was a Hungarian ballerina in Budapest, Hungary. She met and eventually married a US Army Officer stationed there during WWII. They were our neighbors at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. I think of everything I ever ate at her house as Hungarian, although it may not have been at all. 😉 All I know is this simple dish is really tasty and ever so easy to prepare. The flavor lingered over the years and I just had to try and reproduce this recipe. I think I’ve come pretty close, too! She used regular white breadcrumbs, but I have subbed in a low-carb bread for that purpose. I may have…
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