Last week I began to share some things I love to eat in Vienna.
This week we continue.
Lets start with a favorite park food. Langos!
Lángos is a deep fried flat bread that comes from Hungary. A few summers ago my family went on a mini vacation with friends to their summer house in Hungary and we had them there. They serve them with toppings. In Vienna they are generally served alone with only garlic oil brushed on and a dash of salt! Yum!
They are deep fried now but were originally made in ovens over a flame. The word Làngos comes from the Hungarian word meaning flame.
When we were with our friends we tried a variety of toppings and learned quite a bit about the history of several popular dishes!
My favorite had cheese, garlic and sour cream. I am hoping that teen will catch on in Vienna too!
At the Christmas market at the Rathaus we did find làngos covered wurst.
Another favorite of mine is the wood oven baked potatoes! I like to get mine with ham, cheese, and garlic sauce. It is a tradition for us to get them at the Christmas Markets.
Here is a fun tip for those of you traveling to Vienna in the next few months. During the playoffs and games leading up to the Euro cup things turn up like Fussballs all over here are a couple of pictures of some of my favorites.
This is a pretzel bread shaped like a fuss ball!
Here is a loaf of whole wheat bread in the shape of a soccer ball.
I hope you enjoyed this and that you will try some of these things when you visit. Next week I will share some of my favorite sweet treats!
Linking up with Sunday Traveler again.