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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN ROAST CHICKEN WITH GOOSEBERRY SAUCE
This is a classic roast chicken with a sauce that combines the tartness of the gooseberries with the savour of chicken and a touch of smooth creaminess. Serve with buttered noodles and a bowl of garden peas, the sugar pod variety if possible.
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Popular (No New Posts) CZECH SUMMER KOHLRABI
I like the sauce richer so I use 10% to 18% cream. Serve with thin slices of boiled beef with grated fresh or prepared horseradish and German style mustard. Boiled potatoes in jackets, peeled and rolled in butter and parsley. Serve with fully flavored c
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN KUTIA (KUTYA) MADE WITH CRACKED WHEAT CEREAL (Bulgur)
I make this for my sister every week because she likes to eat it all the time as a dessert.
0 868 Olga 2 years 9 months 16 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) CROATIAN ROASTED RED PEPPERS
The fall red peppers in this dish are sweet and full of rich flavor. After roasting and peeling, some charred bits of skin cling to the outside and add a special spiciness. When the peppers are dressed and finished, you get the full effect of juicy fles
0 837 Olga 2 years 9 months 28 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN MEMORIAL BREAD
The bread symbolizes the bread of life. It is traditionally round - a symbol of eternity. It may also be braided or decorated in some fashion. This is to emphasize the beauty of the eternal life.
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN BLUEBERRY VARENYKY WITH BLUEBERRY SAUCE (Dumplings/Perogy/pierogi)
You say Perogy, and I say Varenyky….The names for Eastern European dumplings can be very confusing, even the cause of some good neighbourly arguments! While in Canada, we might lump them all together as the familiar Polish perogy (pierogi or pirogi), eac
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN APPLE SQUARES
This elegant apple dessert is particularly rich and suited for holiday occasions. Rich pastry made with butter and sour cream. Half the batter is spread and baked then apple filling is added and topped with the other half of the pastry and baked.
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Popular (No New Posts) Ukrainian Clear Beet Soup (Borshch)
A lovely clear borsch served at many weddings as an appetizer in a cup.
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Popular (No New Posts) BULGARIAN EGGPLANT AND PEPPER SPREAD (Kiopoolu)
This makes a very tasty spread for breads.
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Popular (No New Posts) Bulgarian Bird of Paradise Bread (Khliab Raiska Ptitsa)
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Popular (No New Posts) Hungarian Cream Schnitzel
0 1108 Olga 3 years 8 months 17 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) Hungarian Paprika Veal Cutlets
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Popular (No New Posts) SCHNITZEL A LA BUDAPEST
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Popular (No New Posts) Czech Creamy Peach, Prune, Or Poppyseed Kolaches
Airy breads with sweet or savory fillings, kolaches are the Czech’s best know contribution to Texas cooking. Many Texas Towns stage Czech Heritage celebrations. Two of the best occasions to get your fill of kolaches, sausage, strudel, and dancing are th
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Popular (No New Posts) LITHUANIAN BALTIC RYE BREAD (sourdough)
This bread slices beautifully and is spectacular with lots of butter and cheese.
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Popular (No New Posts) French Cassoulet Maigre(Thin) White Bean Casserole with Duck, Pork, Lamb and Sausage)
This recipe has omitted so much fat from the traditional that it is dubbed maigre, meaning "thin"
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Popular (No New Posts) French Country Terrine & Rustic Terrine (Pate de Campagne and Pate Rustique)
And Gelatinous Meat Stock
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN ROAST PORK LOIN WITH CARAWAY SEEDS
Simple and Satisfying roast with a hint of caraway seeds with roasted potatoes and pearl onions.
0 1107 Olga 3 years 11 months 21 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) HUNGARIAN STRUDEL WITH NUT FILLING
Two recipes for strudel, one rolled and one stretched
0 2358 Olga 4 years 1466 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN SCUFFLES
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN SPARERIB BORSCH
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Popular (No New Posts) Ukrainian Linyvi Varenyky (lazy perogies)
These are fast, fun and terrific if you love perogie
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN CHEESE AND BLUEBERRY PIE
Unlike American and European pies that use flaky pie pastry, this Slavic pie is made with brioche like yeast dough.
0 1084 Olga 4 years 1469 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) LATVIAN POTATO AND WILD MUSHROOM SOUP
This is a potato soup to top all potato soups. Thick and creamy, it has the woodsy aroma of wild mushrooms that are enlivened by bacon cracklings and paprika. Serve it with Estonian Barley Skillet Bread. Look at search for recipe.
0 1066 Olga 4 years 1469 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) MOLDAVIAN VEAL AND QUINCE STEW (Tacana de Vitsel)
A delicate aromatic veal stew that can be enjoyed on any occasion. Quinces are one of the most fragrant fruits imaginable. They are available in the fall, and they store well in the refrigerator. You cannot eat them raw they must be cooked.
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN HOROKHIVKA (pea soup)
The dill pickle garnish in this old time hearty soup makes it different and zestful. Ham fat, along with the bone, may be used as a substitute for salt pork.
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN LIGHT MEDIVNYK (honey cake)
A light and tender medivnyk. Use buckwheat honey for a richer flavor.
0 1252 Olga 4 years 1473 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN BUTTERLESS MEDIVNYK (HONEY CAKE)
The baked-on topping on this spongy medivnyk is very attractive.
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN CHOCOLATE MEDIVNYK (honey cake)
A blend of honey and chocolate makes this cake rich, tender-moist, flavorful, and fine-textured. It is very much like a chocolate cake.
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN SWEET CABBAGE VARENYKY (pierogi dumplings)
This is time consuming but delicious.
0 1190 Olga 4 years 1474 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) ESTONIAN RYE COOKIES (ruiskatut)
These popular Estonian cookies are often served with cocktails or used as a base for canapés. I like them spread with cream cheese and a little lingonberry preserves.
0 1101 Olga 4 years 1476 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN BRAISED SAUERKRAUT WITH BACON AND WILD MUSHROOMS
In this recipe the cabbage is skillfully combined with smoky bacon, wild mushrooms, Madeira, and tomato paste; it will make one of the best accompaniments to a pork dish that you have ever tasted.
0 1253 Olga 4 years 1479 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) Ukrainian Meat On A Stick
Old-country meat dishes may seem like a lot of work, but the results make the work worthwhile.
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Popular (No New Posts) Ukrainian Vegetable and Meat Pastry Pyrih z yarynoiu i miasom
This pastry is a favorite of children and and grownups alike and a fine dish to serve for a buffet supper or as the main course for luncheon. With a short dough similar to pie pastry, it may be formed into cylinders or individual turnovers.
0 1161 Olga 4 years 1483 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN BORSHCH WITH APPLES AND BEANS CHERNIHIVSKIY BORSHCH
Chernihiv is a beautiful ancient Ukrainian city, home of a legendary folk warrior who was famous for his physical strength. So there must have been something special in the soup he ate!
0 1039 Olga 4 years 1484 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN BEEF BROTH WITH DROPPED DUMPLINGS (Rosil z halushkamy)
The preparation time for this recipe is shortened and simplified by using a pressure cooker. The dumplings are light, delicate and poach quickly. This is served on name days.
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN GARLIC BREAD PUFFS (Pampushky z chasnykom)
This is simply a yeast-raised bread dough fried in oil and flavored with garlic salt or oil. These little puffs are excellent served in baskets as appetizers or with soup.
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN BORSCH WITH CARP (BORSCH IZ KARASIAMY)
This Borshch is a fish soup combining two favorite qualities for the Ukrainian palate: tartness and texture. Rich in vegetables, like most borshch preparations, this soup is given an added dimension of flavor by the fish.
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN EGGPLANT “CAVIAR’ (Kaviar z baklazhanyu)
This spread, which has its fierce adherents, is used on bublyky, bread, toast, or crackers.
0 666 Olga 4 years 1484 days ago
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Popular (No New Posts) UKRAINIAN VERHUNY OR KHRUSTY (fried Dainties)
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