a VirtualTourist member from Constanta
I've found this "A kifli is a cross between a croissant and a roll. The Szegedi variety (named for Szeged, the southeastern city from whence it comes) has a sweet almond glaze. It's available at cafes or bakeries, but you might have to travel to Szeged for an authentic taste". Can you tell me where can I find something like these in Szeged? And what is the correct hungarian name?
The correct hungarian name is "SZEGEDI VÁGOTT",
It's a traditional hungarian baker's ware
made of roll ingredients,but bake like a small
bread, usually the baker make two cuts on it.
Hi. I've never tasted one, but I have been to Szeged. The city centre is small, and I remember seeing several bakeries there... and there are several traditional cafes on the main squares. I think if you visit Szeged you should have no trouble at all finding these. I do hope you enjoy your trip - I thought it was a charming town
thank you for your answer, I hope I'll find them