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Krokiety Recipe: Polish Croquettes

Krokiety are golden brown Polish pancakes that are eaten with red borscht soup for Christmas. Of course, they’re perfect for other times of the year too and taste great with mushrooms, sauerkraut, onions, or meat! Krokiety is a savory Polish pancake that’s quite often made by rolling a nalesnik (closer to French crepe than American …

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Kotlety Mielone: Polish Meat Patties

Kotlety Mielone are a popular Polish meat dish of flattened meat patties that are breaded and fried. Easy to make, they’re almost a staple part of the Polish diet! What is Kotlety Mielone? Kotlety Mielone are pan-fried Polish frikadeller meatballs made of ground meat. Their origins are unknown, but they’re popular in a number of …

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Kapusta z Grzybami: Sauerkraut with Mushrooms Recipe

Often eaten at the Christmas Eve dinner, this Polish sauerkraut and mushrooms dish is fairly easy to make. Known as kapusta or kapusta z grzybami, it’s also used as a filling for pierogi or krokiety. What Is Kapusta? Kapusta is a traditional Polish dish made by frying sauerkraut with mushrooms and onions. Traditionally, the mushrooms …

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Chicken Kiev / De Volaille Recipe: Eastern European Style

Chicken Kiev is a breaded chicken breast that’s similar to the Ukrainian or Russian Cotelette De Volaille, or the Polish Kotlet De Volaille. The garlic butter stuffing makes this chicken dish exceptional! History of the Chicken De Volaille Chicken Kiev may have been an invention of Russian chefs who adopted French techniques or French chefs …

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Kopytka Recipe – Traditional Polish Potato Dumplings

These diamond-shaped Polish dumplings or “little hooves” made of mashed potatoes are the perfect replacement for rice, pasta, or bread. They go perfectly with some meaty dishes or even with some tasty golabki. Kopytka, literally “little hooves”, are one of the most traditional Polish dumplings – in a way they’re similar to Italian gnocchi, some …

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Golabki: Polish Stuffed Cabbage Rolls Recipe

For Poles, Golabki needs no introduction. It’s always on Polish tables (especially at Christmas) regardless of which part of the country you’re coming from, and the recipe is always pretty much the same even if they’re being called golumpki quite often. It turns out that in the US Polish cabbage rolls are dominated by the …

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Traditional Shepherd’s Pie Recipe

A quintessentially British dish, Shepherd’s pie is made with ground lamb and seasonal veggies topped with creamy mashed potatoes. Flavorful and easy to bake at home! Did you know that what’s called Shepherd’s pie in America, is actually called a cottage pie in the UK and Ireland? This casserole-style dish of ground beef covered with …

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Creamy Mushroom Stroganoff With Noodles

This vegetarian version of the Beef Stroganoff is made with mushrooms and fettucini noodles. Hearty, savory, and comforting, the whole family will love this dish! Who Invented the Mushroom Stroganov? No one really knows the answer to this question. Mushroom Stroganoff, Mushroom Strogonoff, or Mushroom Stroganov started off as a vegetarian variant of the Beef …

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