Langoš is a delicious fried bread that originated in Hungary, but is very typical for the Czech Republic, too. In fact, most Czechs believe that it originated in the Czech Republic. It is considered a filling street food snack that can be served plain with just salt and pepper, but is most often served brushed with a garlic mixture, sprinkled with cheese, and drizzled with ketchup and/or tartar sauce. You can also prepare a sweet version of this food with sugar and cinnamon. It is absolutely delicious.
Note: Suitable for vegetarians.
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Slepicka graduated from culinary school in his hometown, Brno, located in the Czech Republic. While still in school, he established a successful full-service catering company, which operated in the Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, and Austria. Slepicka moved to the U.S. with his wife in 2014. From 2015-16, he operated the Czech Deli at the NewBo City Market. The goal of his courses is to make tasty and high-quality meals accessible to everyone.