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    omg kwa┼Ťna kapusta

    i forgot about bigos!! dh makes a decent bigos too. I love sauerkraut

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    Now I want school holidays to hurry up so I can cook! (because you know, I'll have more time then or something­čśĆ) the only thing I make very regularly is nalesniki for the kids, every few weeks they have them. They won't eat any other pancakes
    My dad was born in Poland and was migrated to australia with with his parents under a refugee/displaced person arrangment so a lot of traditions were/are still strong for my brother & I

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    I'm part polish and German it's sad I can't remember the food

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    @Blossom74 yours appears to have a little heart shape on it, too! Lol
    Oh my gosh, I hadn't noticed that! From my Nanna with love, hey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michellek View Post
    Now I want school holidays to hurry up so I can cook! (because you know, I'll have more time then or something´┐Ż´┐Ż´┐Ż´┐Ż´┐Ż´┐Ż) the only thing I make very regularly is nalesniki for the kids, every few weeks they have them. They won't eat any other pancakes
    My dad was born in Poland and was migrated to australia with with his parents under a refugee/displaced person arrangment so a lot of traditions were/are still strong for my brother & I

    We never had nalesniki - I just googled them, lol. They look yummy though!

    My Dad was born in Poland. He and his family spent time in a holding camp during the war there, then fled when they could. Nanna passed in 1992 and with her went most of the recipes. The only ones I have are the pierogi and kluskees.

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    omg forgot about nale┼Ťniki !!! my mum used to make them sooo well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    Oh my gosh, I hadn't noticed that! From my Nanna with love, hey.
    I didn't want to say that for fear of looking like a freak, lol...but mum and I were almost close to tears when I suggested that the heart was a sign from my nanna...

    Derailing here, but what were your grandmother's names? Mine was Jadwiga and we always thought it was Polish for Judith. But doing my research, it doesn't seem to have an English translation! Either way, both mine and DD's middle name is Jade, in her honour
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blossom74 View Post
    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
    Thank you so much!!
    So with the Kraft cheddar - do you mean the little blue box?
    I cannot wait to give these a go - my mum and dad are coming to visit soon so I want to make a day of it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by misskittyfantastico View Post
    Thank you so much!!
    So with the Kraft cheddar - do you mean the little blue box?
    I cannot wait to give these a go - my mum and dad are coming to visit soon so I want to make a day of it!
    The ones we buy from the deli contain cottage cheese, same as the pierogi at the Polish restaurant I go to. Having said that, we never make ours using cheese, but I can totally see how Kraft Cheddar cheese would go amazingly well! Yum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    The ones we buy from the deli contain cottage cheese, same as the pierogi at the Polish restaurant I go to. Having said that, we never make ours using cheese, but I can totally see how Kraft Cheddar cheese would go amazingly well! Yum!
    When I've googled, most recipes call for "Farmers Cheese" which seems to mean cottage cheese. I figure, I love cheese and potato and butter so can't go wrong!

    What's in your potato filling? Or do I need to message your mum?


 

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