Túrós csusza is a traditional pasta dish of the Hungarian cuisine, prepared with savory curd cheese or cottage cheese noodles.
This dish is made with small home made noodles or pasta. The original Hungarian noodles used for this dish are home-made with flour and eggs, mixed into a dough and torn by hand into uneven fingernail-sized pieces and boiled in water. Spaghetti, fusilli or large egg macaroni bows can be used instead of the home-made noodles.
The noodles are cooked in salt water and drained, mixed with butter, crumbled curd cheese (traditionally sheep's milk cheese) or cottage cheese, and chopped fried crispy bacon, then topped with special thick Hungarian sour cream (tejföl) and lightly salted. The mixture is then heated in the oven for a few minutes before serving.
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