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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    I'd love your recipe if you have time to find it. Yours too @~Marigold~. So much of my Polish heritage has been lost. My Polish Grandfather has Alzheimers and my Dad and his siblings have never carried on the traditions.
    No problems hon, I'll look it up tomorrow for you

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    Try googling it @misskittyfantastico, I just follow my mum's lead, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michellek View Post
    Look at all us polish ladies, we'll need a dedicated polish food thread!
    I'll join too! My family is Russian with a couple poles in the mix through marriage... Also in Melb... Also familiar with the Albion Club - we're regulars! Yum yum yummo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Yes, us too Pieroggi with potato and cheese filling (or saurkraut for Dad), Kluskee with pork gravy, and jam-ball donuts. Such a happy time....
    pączki are the jam filled donuts. I love the plum jam ones!!!

    I've heard of kluski but can't think what they are. at any rate, not something I'm making at home!

    our polish staples are pierogi and gałąbki (the mince meat filled cabbage leaf parcels)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunnygirl79 View Post
    All this pierogi talk makes me miss my nana, she used to make them all the time. I wish I learned to make them before she died they were so yum.
    are you polish too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    are you polish too?
    My nana on my mothers side was from Ukraine I think she lived in Poland for some time too, I don't know much about her life she didn't talk about it much (war etc, think it was all hard times). But she made pierogi all the time (and dill cucumbers etc). I think my Aunty knows how to make it I should ask her, my mum never did for some reason. Nana died when I was a teen but was pretty ill for a long time I wish I asked her more about her life when I had the chance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    pączki are the jam filled donuts. I love the plum jam ones!!!

    I've heard of kluski but can't think what they are. at any rate, not something I'm making at home!

    our polish staples are pierogi and gałąbki (the mince meat filled cabbage leaf parcels)!
    Is the kluski you are talking about similar to kopitka (polish version of gnocchi)?

    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.

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    Pieroggies


    Ingredients - Filling

    2 very large potatoes
    1/4 teaspoon butter
    1 small block grated Kraft Cheddar Cheese
    Pepper
    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
    Salt
    3/4 cup boiling water

    Method

    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.


    Enjoy

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Is the kluski you are talking about similar to kopitka (polish version of gnocchi)?

    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.

    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...
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    Quote Originally Posted by turquoisecoast View Post
    pączki are the jam filled donuts. I love the plum jam ones!!!
    Yes! That's them!

    Does anyone have a reliable recipe for paczki?!


 

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