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Polish Potato Dumplings (Kopytka) with Mushroom Sauce
These hearty Polish Potato Dumplings (Kopytka) make a delicious, simple vegetarian meal. They come with a super easy to make mushroom sauce.
Russian Creamcheese Vatrushka Buns - Momsdish
716 · 60 minutes · Vatrushka buns are a Russian/Ukrainian dessert with the filling on the outside. I’ll show you how to make these delicious treats for yourself, along with some tips and tricks I learned along the way.
- 1 cup Golden raisins
- 5 Egg
- 2 tbsp Mayonnaise
Baking & Spices
- 5 cup Flour
- 1 tsp Salt
- 1 cup Sugar
- 1 1/2 tbsp Yeast
Oils & Vinegars
- 3 tbsp Oil
- 16 oz Cream cheese
- 16 oz Farmers cheese
- 2 cup Milk
Ukrainian Studinetz (Jellied Pork Hocks)
Our Ukrainian Christmas this year included this tradition Ukrainian delicacy. Jellied pork hocks are not exactly the most visually appealing dish BUT they are very tasty. You're probably not going to get the picky eaters to try this. Just saying. Here's the thing though - IF they try it.... they will probably like it. The flavor is delicious. Garlic and pork, what's not to love? Sue made this recipe and had to change it a bit as we didn't have access to some of the ingredients. You can go HERE - Food Geeks, for the original recipe. Ukrainian Studinetz (Jellied Pork Hocks) Adapted from Food Geeks Ingredients 4 large, fresh pork hocks 5 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 a red onion 3 stalks celery, diced 2 bay leaves onion powder salt & pepper 4 cups chicken broth water to cover 2 pkgs unflavored gelatin For serving dish of vinegar dish of finely diced onion Directions Place pork hocks in a large pot Add in the garlic, onion, celery, bay leaves, and spices. Pour in the chicken broth and enough water to cover the pork hocks completely (to about 1/2 inch above). Bring to a boil and let simmer for 3 - 4 hours, until meat is falling off the bone. Remove the meat from the pot and let cool. Once cooled, cut the meat and skin into small, chunky pieces and place in a good sized bowl - meat should cover the entire bottom of the bowl. Strain the liquid through a cheesecloth into a bowl. Discard the vegetables. Sprinkle the gelatin over the warm liquid and gently stir in. Ladle the broth over the chopped meat in the bowl to fill the bowl. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate overnight to let gel form. In the morning, you can gently scrape the solidified fat from the top, if desired. Dunk the bottom of the bowl in warm water to help release the studinetz. Run a spatula around the edge to loosen it and then flip bowl onto a serving platter. Serve with rye bread (or your favorite crackers) and a dish of vinegar and onions. If your jelly is thick enough you can slice the jellied pork hocks for sandwiches. If it is not thick enough, it still works great as an appie with bread or crackers. We had mixed reviews at Christmas dinner. It is definitely one of those dishes that gets a conversation started. If you are a visual eater and are usually scared off by not-so-pretty looking food, I would say do your best to give it a try anyway! The flavor won't disappoint. It is a strange texture though. No getting around that. My verdict? I liked it. Sue's verdict? She couldn't get past the texture and only tried a minuscule piece of the meat with the jelly scraped off. But, she said the flavor was good. We're sharing over at Carole's Chatter. Be sure to pop over and say hi.
23 Popular Ukrainian Foods You Need to Try
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Porcini Mushroom Dumplings (Uszka)
These traditional Polish Christmas Eve mushroom dumplings (uszka) are served hot with borscht as the first dish of the Christmas Eve meal.
Top 10 Most Popular Ukrainian Foods
Ukrainian foods belong to the Eastern European cuisine. Ukrainian borscht, varenyky, and salo might be familiar to many of you. Indeed, traditional
Baba's Traditional Ukrainian Perogies Recipe - The House & Homestead
This traditional Ukrainian perogies recipe uses simple ingredients and makes enough to feed a small village, just like back in the old country:)
Nalysnyky – Ukrainian Crepes
8 eggs 2 Tbsp. sugar 4 cups milk 1 tsp. Salt 2 cups flour, sifted Beat the eggs until frothy, and then add the milk, sugar, and salt. Stir in sifted flour until combined. Using your mixmaster, be…
Ukrainian Dulce de Leche Waffle Cake - Olga in the Kitchen
Ukrainian Dulce de Leche Waffle Cake: classic and easy 3-ingredient dessert your whole family will love! | olgainthekitchen.com