My heritage is a very important part of who I am today. My friend Shulie from Food Wanderings started a cool series that is all about Baking with Heritage. She asked if I would like to bake something Italian or Hungarian to share with her readers. I chose these fun chocolate rolls (kakaós csiga).
Kakaós csiga is a pretty popular chocolate roll in Hungary. I even found a Hungarian blog that has a couple hundred chocolate snail reviews in it. I talk a little more about the history and method to make these delicious rolls on my post for Shulie.
I have been a huge fan of Shulie’s delicious recipes for a long time. She was one of the first friends I found through my blog. Always supportive and inspirational with her creative posts. Shulie’s blog is truly all about “food wanderings”. If you have some free time, you should look around at some of her delicious recipes. When I think about Shulie’s blog and what are some of my favorites, there are a few recipes that immediately come to mind. For example, her Indian Shakshuka looks out of this world delicious! I always am inspired to cook more Indian when I see easy recipes like this Indian Potato and Cauliflower Curry. A very fall recipe I can’t wait to make is her Chocolate Cardamom Plums Clafoutis.
Here are some other amazing recipes some of my friends shared with Shulie for her Baking with Heritage:
An Argentinian Tortitas Negras – Little Black Cakes
Vanilla Bean Brown Butter Cinnamon Swirl Challah