Gardener's Forum Hungarian Evening

As you will have seen from the 2017 programme the theme for this year’s supper is Hungarian food and this will take the form of a ‘bring and share’ supper at the Forman Hall on Saturday 4th March at 7.30 p.m. As some members may not be familiar with Hungarian food we have drawn up a list of dishes for the evening which is shown below. All the recipes can be found below.  We would like everyone to bring one dish per couple the quantities required are shown below. Please either download or print the relevant recipes and let me know as soon as possible which dishes you are preparing as once they are allocated the recipes will be removed from the website to avoid duplication. The aim of the evening is to have a wide variety of dishes for us all to try. If you have any queries about the recipes, please contact me (880653) or Alan (880250) and we will do our best to help.

Hungarian Cheese Biscuits 1 x recipe To be served with drinks

Hungarian Beef Goulash 1 x recipe

Meatballs in Tomato Sauce 2 x recipe

Hungarian Gooseberry Sauce With slow roast Chicken Thighs 2 x recipe Alan & Judith have frozen gooseberries if required

Mushroom Paprika 1 x recipe

Stuffed Cabbage 1 x recipe

Paprika Chicken 1 x recipe

Rizi Bizi 3 x recipe

Potato Rosti 2 x recipe

Hungarian Potatoes 1 x recipe

Dobos Torte 1 x recipe

Linzertorte 1 x recipe

Hungarian Coffee Cake 1 x recipe This is to be served with coffee, it does not contain coffee!

Hungarian Chocolate Mousse 1 x recipe Serve in small glasses

Hungarian Apple Pudding 1 x recipe

Hungarian Chestnut Puree 1 x recipe

As usual the cost is £3.50 per head to cover the cost of the Hall hire and it is a bring your own drink function. The entertainment for the evening will be a fun quiz. Please let me know by the 25th February whether or not you will be attending. We shall not be organising a trip to BOG Potato Day this year. However, if you wish to purchase your seed potatoes it will be held on Sunday 5th March at the Showground in Kelso, opening at 11.00 a.m. Judith Hutchinson