I also need to make some bigos this winter.
Also for those with thermomixes my bro uses recipes from polish thermomix pages or googles it. The recipes could prob be used without thermomixes too.
At any rate, I will be investigating this today.
Ingredients - Filling
2 very large potatoes
1/4 teaspoon butter
1 small block grated Kraft Cheddar Cheese
1 onion, finely diced and gently fried in the above butter (optional)
Ingredients - Pastry (or is it called Pasta, lol)
3 cups plain flour
3 egg yolks
3/4 cup boiling water
Boil potatoes, drain and mash.
Add grated cheese, pepper and fried onion (if desired)
Allow to cool completely.
Combine pastry/pasta ingredients together. Mix until a ball forms. Cover and stand 30 minutes.
Roll to 1/8" thick and cut to 3" circles (apologies for the non-metrics, lol)
Add filling (don't over-fill!) and seal with a pinch of water.
Boil in a large pot of water, in batches, with a dash of oil.
Remove from pot and drain.
Gently fry until golden in hot butter.
Yes! Kluskees are sort of like gnocci! We used to have them just with butter and cheese when we were little, but the grown-ups had them with a pork gravy.
Gosh, all this Polish food. Anyone else fanging for pieroggies now, lol...
Seriously considering putting on my apron...
Last edited by Blossom74; 13-06-2016 at 08:11.
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