Grenadiermarsch grenade cubes, more popularly known by their less intimidating name of potato pasta. The dish which is currently reliving its renaissance after having stood the test of time. One of Hungary’s simplest and most cost-efficient national dishes, which was appropriately born, like all simple and cost-efficient foods, during a war.
Translated by Tamás Vaski
The German-sounding name is obviously attributable to the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Soldiers who wielded grenades were known at the time as grenadiers, and the Grenadiermarsch …
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