Ingredients

How to make it

  • Boil potatoes whole and peel when cooled and set aside
  • boil eggs and peel and set aside
  • in a bowl mix ricotta cheese with generous amount of garlic powder and some garlic season all
  • get roasting pan and litely drizzle bottom with oil
  • slice and sautee onions till just transparent in butter or margerine
  • start slicing potatoes and place on bottom of roaster till it just covers the bottom
  • then put some of the sauteed onions on top of that, spreading all over potatoes
  • then drop by spoonfuls the ricotta cheese mixture all over top of onions and potatoes
  • then drop by spoon the sour cream where there is no ricotta, sorta alternating drops
  • then slice kielbasi in circles and place all over top of cheese and sour cream to cover the entire top of it
  • then repeat layers until all is gone leaving the top layer as potatoes
  • place in 375 degree oven and bake for 1 hour
  • then take out and sprinkle cheddar cheese all over top and place back in oven for 5 mins or more, till all melted and gooey.
  • take out of oven and let sit for 5 minutes before serving. ENJOY

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    " It was excellent "
    heatherbudapest ate it and said...
    I've made this dish from this recipe twice now, with small variations. I add paprika liberally, because the sausage that I can find in Western Michigan is spiced differently from Hungarian sausage and is missing that key flavor. (This time we did a combination of Otto's hot italian chicken sausage and Young Earth Farms' pork andouille sausage, both from our Kalamazoo farmers market.) The variation in the photo I just added is made without cheddar cheese, though I think I prefer it with, as we made it the first time around. As others have commented, ricotta and onions are sometimes missing from other Rakott Krumpli recipes, because the dish is made in different variations in Hungary also. I just can't imagine it being as good without onions, though, and I think I'll even ramp up the amount a bit on the next go round. This last time I deglazed the onion pan with a little bit of beer I was drinking .. it was a genius move :) RE the eggs, folks, you slice them up and incorporate them into the layers. Thanks for the trip down memory lane, Paprikamama! Nagyon finom volt! ;)
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  • food4 1 year ago
    http://www.bende.com/ - can order Hungarian sausage here.
    We never put ricotta in ours, just sour cream. We also never put cheese on top, but we did put bacon on bottom, sides and top (no need to oil the pan if you do this). Baked up nice and crispy!!! Also we didn't add onions. Just layered the potatoes, sausage, sliced hard boiled eggs and sour cream twice and then ended with potatoes, sour cream and bacon slices. Any way you do it, it is good!!!
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  • otterpond 2 years ago
    Very good question.. What do you do with the hard boiled eggs. Are the incorporated into the ricotta?
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  • sunfan03 3 years ago
    Nice recipe, I think, but what are you supposed to do with the hard-boiled eggs????
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    " It was excellent "
    momo_55grandma ate it and said...
    One word DEEEEEEEEEElicous{ make this and love it}
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    " It was excellent "
    fishtrippin ate it and said...
    MMMM....
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  • possumqueen 6 years ago
    Lovin this recipe! Saved it!
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    " It was excellent "
    lor ate it and said...
    Mmmmmmmmm... memories ;-) Hungarian and Polish recipes are very similar. Thank you many times over!!!
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    " It was excellent "
    heatherbudapest ate it and said...
    Paprikaneni, Do you have any idea where you can get real Hungarian kolbasz in the States? Are there places you know of where you can order it? Or do you just substitute American sausage, or make it at home? I love rakott krumpli, but I can't imagine eating a dish like this with anything but the full-flavored Hungarian sausage.
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  • linebb956 7 years ago
    I am bookmarking this for potluck dinners. NO ONE has ever made anything like it. I know all will love it. Great Post, thanks for sharing I eat cold fried chicken all the time! LMAO
    Linda
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  • paprikamama 7 years ago
    well hungarians eat different things for breakfast and sometimes pickled peppers homemade ofcoarse and toast with garlic rubbed on it as well as meats.....but this was awesome in the morning....just awesome.....hey...people eat cold pizza and cold chicken....LOLOLOLOL
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  • leroux 7 years ago
    I'm drooling! LOL! I too, could eat this for breakfast.
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  • paprikamama 7 years ago
    Thanks for all th ewonderful comments.....but waite till you all try them...then I wanna hear the feed back....LOLLOLOLOL....I hope you all grow to love Hungarian food....
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  • mrspotatohead 7 years ago
    Definitely going to try this
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  • debra47 7 years ago
    Recipe sounds marvelous. I have a feeling I will be bookmarking many of your recipes. As I am part Polish I make stuffed cabbage myself and love kielbasa and poppyseed bread.
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  • jess 7 years ago
    Oh I know the kids will like this recipe. Sounds yummy!
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  • 1spartica 7 years ago
    I think both hubby and I will love this....I can almost taste it! Heavenly! Thx for sharing!
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  • image 7 years ago
    Oh, this sounds wonderful. I am bookmarking and will defintely make. I know my family will love it. It also sounds great for potlucks. Thanks for sharing.
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