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3 medium red potatoes
3 eggs
1 Tbsp butter
1 cup sour cream
1/8 cup milk
1 dry Hungarian sausage or Landjäger, sliced

• Set the oven to 350F.
• Hard-boil the eggs.
• Slice the potatoes.
• Place the sliced potatoes in a heatproof dish and cover with water.
• Microwave the potatoes until almost tender. [for about 12-14 minutes]
• Butter a casserole dish.
• Peel and slice the hard-boiled eggs.
• Slice the sausage.
• In a small bowl stir the milk into the sour cream.
• Place about half the potatoes in casserole dish and sprinkle with salt.
• Arrange the sliced eggs on the top and sprinkle with salt.
• Scatter the sausage slices on the top.
• Spread the top with half of the sour cream mixture.
• Lay the remaining sliced potatoes on the top and sprinkle with salt.
• Spread the remaining sour cream on the top.
• Bake the layered potatoes for 40 minutes or until the top is golden brown.


  1. szia zsuzsa !!!
    Im half Hungarian half Mexican and just came back from Budapest not to long ago while i was up their my friend's mom made rakott kaliflor do you know how to make it i been looking everywhere for it im a huge fan of it but none looks like the one they made it was layered very cheesy and lots of baked sour cream but it was sooooo good im dieing to know if you know how to make that! please tell me if you do!!!
    be a life saver jeje
    thx i love how you have all these hungarian food i was modeling up their so i tried little portions but of everything next thing im going to make thx to you is the madartej !
    hope to hear from you soon thank you!,

  2. Sarah, was it with meat or without?
    And if meat was used, what type of meat? There are sevaral Hungarian cauliflower dishes, layered, cheesy, with lots of sour cream. All very tasty, but very different. I need a little more information.

  3. My mum's Rakott Krumpli is made with polish sausage and is one of my favourite cold weather dishes.




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