You can find langoš in most fast food stalls in cities around the Czech Republic which leads people to believe that it’s a traditional Czech dish. It is actually a popular Hungarian fast food in the form of fried bread. It was originally made in a brick oven which explains it’s name: “láng” is the Hungarian word for flame.

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