Mákos Guba refers to Hungarian poppy seeds bread pudding - a popular dessert in Hungary mostly baked or make during Christmas. Mákos Guba containes poppy seeds as its main ingredient which was originally meant as a fertility charm and is used for making Mákos Guba to ensure a plentiful harvest for the coming year.

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