Mátrai borzaska (by holy whisk)

I have been excited about this Mátrai borzaska recipe for quite a while. And I got even more excited when I made it and tasted it. Wowza! It’s so good! Now let me just first mention that this is not my recipe. This is a recipe created by a woman called Reka who runs Holy Whisk Blog and let me tell you, she is one heck of a food blogger.

Mátrai borzaska

This is a dish that goes back to her roots, Hungary. A cuisine that I have never tried until now. It is a first, but it certainly won’t be the last. I remember not long ago, Reka asked me for blogging advice, and I could tell through her messages and questions that she was Hungary to learn (haha get it, Hungary…hungry……). Anyway, she is on fire, her food photography has improved so rapidly and she consistently uploads the yummiest recipes. So make sure you check out her awesome blog. And thanks so much again Reka for making and sharing my roasted cauliflower and leek soup recipe. Here is the link to the post Reka created for this collaboration: https://holywhiskblog.com/2017/11/26/roasted-cauliflower-and-leek-soup/


And of course, here is the link to her Mátrai borzaska recipe: https://holywhiskblog.com/2017/09/09/matrai-borzaska/

delicious Mátrai borzaska

yummy Mátrai borzaska

This dish is both filling and super comforting. The pork loin had a crispy potato coating which I thought was super creative. And it is such a nice, refreshing change from the usual breadcrumbs or batter coating. Personally, I would serve this with a light salad on the side, as you don’t want to serve it anything else too heavy. 

crispy Mátrai borzaska

Once again, make sure you go check out Reka’s recipe, it is amazing. Not to mention easy to make. And thank you Reka for this collab, hopefully, we can do another one again soon. 

If you enjoy this Mátrai borzaska recipe, then you may also like this Cajun Chicken recipe too. 

 



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