Eastern European Food Sitemap - Page 3 2016-09-26

Hungarian Vegetables Recipes - Vegetable Dishes Hungarians Eat
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many vegetables enjoyed by Hungarians.

Polish Sausages Recipes - Polish Kielbasa Sausage and Other Recipes
Here you will find recipes for many Polish sausages.

Polish Step By Step Recipes - Polish Recipes with Step By Step Instructions
Here you will find many step-by-step instructions for Polish recipes with photos.

Hungarian Step By Step Recipes Instructions - Step By Step Instructions for Hungarian Recipes
Here you will find many step-by-step instructions for Hungarian recipes with photos.

How to Make Eastern European Vegetables Step By Step -Instructions for Eastern European Vegetables Recipes
Here you will find step-by-step photo instructions for many vegetables.

Russian Vegetable Recipes
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Russian vegetable recipes.

Ukrainian Sausages Recipes - Ukrainian Sausages Recipes for Grilling, Frying and Baking
Here you will find recipes for Ukrainian sausages that can be grilled, fried or baked.

Ukrainian Vegetable Recipes - Recipes for Ukrainian Vegetables
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Ukrainian vegetables.

Romanian Vegetable Recipes - Recipes for Romanian Vegetable Dishes
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Romanian vegetable dishes.

Bulgarian Christmas Traditions and Recipes - Recipes and Traditions of Bulgarian Christmas
Here you will find recipes for and the traditions of Bulgarian Christmas

Slovenian Christmas Recipes and Traditions - Recipes and Traditions for Slovenian Christmas
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Slovenian Christmas dishes.

Hungarian Christmas Recipes and Traditions - Recipes and Traditions of Hungarian Christmas
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of Hungarian Christmas foods and traditions.

Polish Potato Bread (Polish Okragly Chleb Kartoflany) Recipe
Polish Potato Bread recipe uses mashed potatoes in the dough, which produces a light, airy crumb.

Bulgarian Salads Recipes - Recipes and Descriptions for Many Bulgarian Salads
Here you will find recipes and descriptions for many Bulgarian salads.

Bulgarian Starches and Grains Recipes - Recipes and Descriptions of Bulgarian Starches and Grains
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Bulgarian starches and grains.

Lithuanian Bread Recipes - Recipes for Lithuanian Breads
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Lithuanian breads.

Polish Breads - Polish Chleb
Here you will find recipes for many Polish breads.

Quick Tips for Vegetable Cooking
Here you'll find quick tips to help you save time cleaning and improve the appearance and taste of your vegetables.

How to Make Eastern European Sausages Step By Step - Step By Step Instructions for Making Eastern European Sausages
Here you will find step-by-step photo instructions for many sausage recipes.

Romanian Main Courses
Here you will find Romanian recipes for main courses, entrees and dinners, including meats, seafood, poultry and vegetarian dishes.

Slovak Sausage Recipes - Recipes for Slovak Sausages
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Slovak sausages.

Slovak Soup Recipes - Recipes for Traditional Slovak Soups
Here you will find descriptions of and recipes for many Slovak soups.

Ukrainian Main Course Recipes - Recipes for Ukrainian Meats, Poultry, Seafood
Here you will find recipes for many Ukrainian main courses including meats, poultry and seafood.

Savory Sauce Recipes - Recipes for Savory Sauces
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of Eastern European savory sauces.

Russian Christmas Recipes and Traditions - Recipes and Traditions for Russian Christmas
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Russian Christmas dishes.

Bulgarian Bread Recipes - Recipes for Traditional Bulgarian Breads
Here you will find recipes for many traditional Bulgarian breads.

Bread Recipes Common to Many Eastern European Countries
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many breads that are common to many Eastern European countries.

Father's Day Menus and Eastern European Foods - Recipes and Menus for Eastern European Foods for Father's Day
Here you will find recipes and suggestions for hearty Eastern European foods that would appeal to men for Father's Day.

Serbian Krsna Slava - Krsna Slava Serbian Patron Saint Day
Only Serbians celebrate Krsna Slava, the commemoration of a family's patron saint day with religious ceremonies and feasting.

Quick Tips for Cooking with Sausages and Cheeses - Sausage and Cheese Cooking Quick Tips
Here you will find quick tips for cooking with sausages and cheeses.

Recipe Step By Step
Here you'll find step-by-step photo instructions for many of the bread recipes.

Russian Main Courses
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Russian dishes.

Slovak Bread Recipes - Recipes for Traditional Slovak Breads
Here you will find dsecriptions of and recipes for many Slovak breads.

Slovenian Main Course Recipes - Recipes for Slovenian Main Courses
Here you will find recipes for many Slovenian main courses.

Czech Main Course Recipes - Recipes for Czech Main Courses
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of Czech main courses.

Lithuanian Main Course Recipes - Recipes for Lithuanian Main Courses
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of Lithuanian main courses.

Slovak Main Course Recipes - Recipes for Slovak Main Courses
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of Slovakian main courses.

Reviews of Kitchen Equipment Product Reviews - Kitchen Equipment Product Reviews
Here you will find reviews for many kitchen equipment products.

The Flavors of Eastern Europe - Eastern European Flavors and Foods and Ingredients
Here you will find a breakdown of quintessential foods by Eastern European country.

Mother's Day Recipes, Menus and Gift Ideas - Recipes, Menus and Gift Ideas for Mother's Day
Here you will find recipes, menus and gift ideas for Mother's Day.

Eastern European Noodles and Dumplings Quick Tips - Tips for Making Eastern European Noodles and Dumplings
Here you will find helpful tips to shave time and labor off noodle and dumpling making, and to improve their appearance.

Eastern European Noodles and Dumplings Recipe Step By Step - Step By Step Instructions for Polish Noodle and Dumpling Recipes
Here you will find step-by-step photo instructions for many noodle and dumpling recipes.

Russian Bread Recipes - Recipes for Russian Breads
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of Russian breads.

Russian Noodles, Dumplings and Pancakes Recipes - Recipes for Traditional Russian Noodles, Dumplings and Pancakes
Here you will find many recipes for Russian noodles, dumplings and pancakes.

Ukrainian Noodle, Dumpling and Pancake Recipes - Recipes for Ukrainian Noodles, Dumplings and Pancakes
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Ukrainian noodles, dumplings and pancakes.

Here you will find recipes for many Bulgarian desserts.
Bulgarian desserts range from cherry strudels to pumpkin-filled banitsa.

Croatian-Serbian Desserts Pies Cakes Cookies Tortes Tarts - Eastern European Desserts Croatian Serbian
Here you will find recipes for many Croatian-Serbian desserts.

Croatian-Serbian Noodles, Dumplings and Pancakes Recipes - Recipes for Traditional Croatian and Serbian Noodles, Dumplings and Pancakes
Here you will find recipes for many Croatian and Serbian noodles, dumplings and pancakes.

Cross-Cultural Eastern European Noodles, Dumplings and Pancakes Recipes - Traditional Recipes for Eastern European Noodles, Dumplings and Pancakes
Here you will find many recipes for Eastern European noodles, dumplings and pancakes.

Eastern European Glossary for Words Beginning with I-P - Eastern European Glossary
Eastern European food definitions and pronunciations, and cooking terms for words beginning with I through P.

Eastern European Nut Roll Recipes - Recipes for Eastern European Nut Rolls
Nut rolls are common throughout Europe and, generally, they refer to walnut-filled pastry dough, either in a log or round shape. Technically, any nut can be used.

Quick Tips for Making Recipes Easier - Quick Tips to save time for Eastern European Recipes
Here you will find quick tips to help you save time and improve the appearance of your desserts and baked goods.

Eastern European Glossary for Words Beginning with Q-Z - Eastern European Glossary
Eastern European food definitions and pronunciations, and cooking terms for words beginning with Q through Z.

Slovenian Desserts Recipes - Recipes for Traditional Slovenian Desserts
Here you will find recipes for many Slovenian desserts.

Slovenian Noodles, Dumplings, Pancake Recipes - Recipes for Slovanian Noodles
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Slovenian noodles, dumplings and pancakes recipes.

Eastern European Wedding Customs and Traditions - Wedding Customs and Traditions of Eastern Europeans
Here you will find many Eastern European wedding customs, traditions and recipes.

Eastern European Glossary with Words Beginning A-H - Eastern European Glossary
Eastern European food definitions and pronunciations, and cooking terms for words beginning with A through H.

Bohemian and Czechoslovakian Dessert Recipes - Traditional Bohemian and Czechoslovakian Dessert Recipes
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Bohemian and Czechoslovakian desserts.

Croatian-Serbian Breads
Here you'll find many recipes for Croatian / Serbian breads.

Hungarian Bread Recipes - Recipes for Kenyer Hungarian Breads
Here you will find recipes for many Hungarian breads known as kenyer.

Quick Tips
Here you'll find some helpful hints to take the time and labor out of bread making, and improve the look of the finished product.

Eastern European Dessert Recipe Step By Step - Step By Step Instructions for Eastern European Dessert Recipes
Here you will find step-by-step instructions for many Eastern European desserts and pastries.

Slovak Dessert Recipes - Recipes for Slovak Desserts
Here you will find recipes for and pictures of many Slovak Desserts.

Ukrainian Bread Recipes - Recipes for Ukrainian Breads
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Ukrainian breads.

How Eastern Europeans Celebrate New Year's - New Year's Celebrations in Eastern Europe
Here you will find traditions and recipes associated with the celebration of New Year's in Eastern Europe.

Ukrainian Dessert Recipes - Recipes for Ukrainian Desserts
Here you will find recipes for and descriptions of many Ukrainian desserts.

How Eastern Europeans Observe Lent
Here you will find the traditions and recipes for Lent observance in Eastern Europe.

May 1 -- International Workers Day
Here you will find information about International Workers Day celebrated on May 1 in Eastern Europe.

12 Authentic Polish Cheesecake (Sernik) Recipes
Here are 12 Polish cheesecake (sernik) recipes. There are so many varieties -- even topped with gelatin -- and, now, New York-style is becoming popular

Polish Wheel Cake (Kolacz Weselny) Recipe #1
Cheese kołacz is a yeast-raised coffee cake similar in texture to Polish babka that was often served as the wedding cake in the old days. This recipe makes two cakes.

Polish Chrusciki (Angel Wings, Bow Ties or Crullers) Recipe
Polish crullers or angel wings, known as chruściki, are a favorite fried Polish dessert popular especially at the holidays and for weddings.

Polish Cream Cheese Cookies (Kolaczki) Recipe
Polish kołaczki are flaky little pastries popular for the holidays. These cookies are filled with fruit, cheese, nut or poppy seed pastes.

Authentic Polish Doughnuts (Paczki) Recipe
Polish doughnuts, known as pączki, are traditionally eaten on Fat Tuesday in America and on Fat Thursday in Poland. This recipe is from Maria Sielewicz.

Recipes for Easter European Babkas
This comprehensive list of Eastern European babka recipes features Polish, Jewish and Ukrainian babkas.

Polish Gingerbread Cookies (Pierniczki) Recipe
Polish pierniczki or gingerbread cookies are popular at Christmas time. They can be very elaborately decorated or simple heart shapes.

Recipe for Easy Apple Upside-Down Pie Recipe
Things get topsy-turvy in this easy apple upside-down pie recipe.

Leifheit's Pro Line Cherry and Olive Pitter Review - Review of Leifheit's Pro Line Cherry and Olive Pitter
This is a product review of Leifheit's PRO LINE cherry / olive pitter.

Apples in Puff Pastry Recipe
Enrobe seasonal whole fruit in puff pastry for an elegant dessert. Here apples are covered in puff pastry for a fancy apple dumpling.

Tangerine Chiffon Cake Recipe
This chiffon cake recipe is made with tangerines and makes a spectacular fall or year-round dessert.

This Recipe Combines Pumpkin And Apple In One Pie
Now you don't have to decide which pie to have when you combine pumpkin and apple in one dessert.

Polish Cranberry Gelatin Dessert Recipe Is For Lighter Appetites
Gelatin desserts are all the rage in Poland. This cranberry version makes a lighter dessert option.

Pumpkin And Cranberry With Streusel Topping Quick Bread Recipe
This pumpkin-cranberry streusel quick bread recipe is easy to prepare but it looks like you slaved all day.

Souffle Recipe Made With Tangerines
This souffle recipe can be made with tangerines, oranges, lemons or limes.

Shake Things Up With a Cranberry-Peach Lattice Pie Recipe
Try something different for dessert with this sweet-tart Cranberry-Peach Lattice Pie recipe that is made with canned peaches.

This Polish Almond-Cocoa Cake with Pears Recipe Is a Stunner
There is very little flour in this Polilsh Almond-Cocoa Cake with Pears recipe. To make it completely gluten-free, use potato flour in place of the all-purpose flour.

10 Eastern European Dessert Recipes Perfect for Thanksgiving
Fall fruits like pumpkin (yes, pumpkin is a fruit), apples and cranberries so evocative of fall, show up in many Eastern European desserts that would be perfect for the Thanksgiving holiday table.

Top 10 Eastern European Recipes in 2010 - Top 10 Most-Popular Eastern European Recipes in 2010
These are the top 10 Eastern European recipes on this website.

All About Cherries - Cherry Recipes and Tips
Cherries are not only good for you, they taste good. Whether it's the tart Montmorency variety or the Bing, cherries are a jubilee.

Modern Polish Sernik (Cheesecake) Recipe
Traditional Polish cheesecake recipes, known as sernik, call for a pastry crust but, cookie-crumb crusts, like this one, are becoming popular among younger cooks.

Bundt Blueberry-Almond Cake Recipe
When blueberries are in season (or you can use frozen berries), try this Blueberry-Almond Cake recipe.

Boozy Buttermilk Rum Baba Cake Recipe Baked in Bundt Pan
This adults-only Buttermilk Rum Baba Cake features a heady rum syrup.

Babka Recipes Made in Bundt Pans
Eastern European babkas or babas are usually baked in a Bundt pan to represent a swirling peasant skirt.

Bundt Chocolate Cherry Walnut Cake Recipe
This chocolate-cherry-walnut cake recipe can be baked in personal-pan-size Bundt molds or in one 10-inch mold.

Easy Polish Tangerine-Blackberry Cake Recipe Baked in a Bundt Pan
Tangerines and blackberries folded into a yellow cake mix make for a pretty Bundt cake.

Easy Almond Bundt Cake Recipe with Almond-Flavored Icing
Almond filling adds moisture to this from-scratch Almond Bundt Cake recipe.

Apple Cake Baked In a Bundt Pan for Hanukkah
This Polish apple cake recipe is baked in a Bundt pan and is perfect for Hanukkah.

Recipe For Easy Lemon-Blueberry Bundt Cake
A yellow cake mix makes this already-easy Lemon-Blueberry Bundt Cake recipe even easier.

Recipe for Bundt Cake with Apple Pie Filling in the Middle
This bundt cake recipe features apple pie filling in the middle.

Prune Cake Recipe Baked in a Bundt Pan
Eastern European prune cake is baked in a Bundt cake for a pretty look.

Mandarin Orange Baked in a Bundt Cake Recipe
This Mandarin orange Bundt cake recipe starts with a yellow cake mix and canned mandarin oranges.

Blackberry-Cream Cheese Coffee Cake Recipe Baked in a Bundt Pan
Blueberries mingle with cream cheese in this yeasted coffee cake baked in a Bundt pan.

Cream Cheese Pound Cake Baked in a Bundt Pan
This rich pound cake recipe is made with cream cheese, butter, sugar, eggs and flour and baked in a Bundt pan.

Sauerkraut- History and Use in Eastern European Recipes
Sauerkraut, or fermented cabbage, is used in many Eastern European recipes.

Polish Strawberry Sorbet Recipe - Recipe for Lody Truskawkowy or Polish Strawberry Sorbet
This strawberry sorbet is more granular than typical sorbets, so it could be classified as a granita or fruit ice or lody owocowe.

Top Eastern European Trout Recipes - Recipes for Top Eastern European Trout Dishes
Trout is one of Eastern Europe's most prized freshwater fish and it ends up in a myriad of recipes.

How to Make a Yeast Sponge
Here is how to make a yeast sponge for Polish wheel cake or kolacz.

Enjoy Cheese Burek Hot Out of the Oven
Croatian Serbian Armenian cheese burek can be eaten hot or cold as an appetizer or main course.

How to Assemble the Polish Wheel Cake or Kolacz Before Baking
Here are instructions for assembling the Polish wheel cake or kolacz before baking.

How to Make Croatian-Serbian Burek Cheese Pie - Step by Step Instructions for Making Burek Croatian-Serbian Cheese Pie
Step-by-step instructions for making Croatian-Serbian cheese burek.

Mix Cheeses for Cheese Burek
Mix together Jack and cottage cheeses for Croatian-Serbian-Armenian burek cheese pie.

Brush Filo Dough with Butter for Cheese Burek
Brush every two sets of filo dough leaves with butter for burek cheese pie.

Layer Cheese Mixture on Filo Dough for Cheese Burek
Spread cheese mixture on Croatian Serbian Armenian burek cheese pie.

Brush Last Layer of Filo Dough with Butter for Cheese Burek
Brush the top of the Croatian Serbian Armenian cheese burek with melted butter and cut into squares.

Layer the potatoes and sausage for the Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake Rakott Burgonya
Layer the potatoes and sausages in a casserole dish for the Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake Rakott Burgonya

Cover Hungarian Potato Sausage Bake Rakott Burgonya
Cover Hungarian Potato Sausage Bake Rakott Burgonya with a lid before placing in oven.

Remove lid from Hungarian Sausage Potato Bake Rakott Burgonya
Remove lid from Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake Rakott Burgonya and continue to bake until brown.

Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake Makes a Great Lunch or Dinner - Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake Rakott Burgonya Makes a Great Lunch or Dinner
Serve Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake Rakott Burgonya with a green salad for lunch or on its own as a main course.

Dot Hungarian Potato Sausage Rakott Burgonya with Butter
End layering with bread crumbs and butter pats.

How to Make Eastern European Mushroom Strudel Appetizer
Step-by-step instructions with photos for making mushroom strudel, an Eastern European appetizer, which also can be served as a main course or luncheon dish.

How to Make Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake Rakott Burgonya - Steps for Making Hungarian Rakott Bugonya Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake
Learn how to make Hungarian Sausage and Potato Bake - Rakott Burgonya.

Serve Lazy Pierogi Casserole with Sour Cream and Dill
Serve lazy pierogi casserole with sour cream and dill.

Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Pierogi Casserole
Step-by-step instructions for making pierogi casserole with lasagna noodles, mashed potatoes, cottage cheese, Cheddar cheese and caramelized onions.

Roll the Pierogi Dough with a Rolling Pin or Pasta Machine
Once you've selected the dough and filling you want for your pierogi, follow these steps for rolling, cutting, folding and cooking.

How to Make Polish Braised Red Cabbage - Step by Step Instructions for Polish Braised Red Cabbage or Czerwona Kapusta Zasmazana
Enjoy Polish braised red cabbage.

How to Make Caramelized Onions - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Caramelized Onions
This is a step-by-step photo recipe for caramelized onions.

Caramelized Onions Should Be Golden and Glazed
This is a step-by-step photo recipe for caramelized onions.

Polish Kielbasa Sausage Can Be Cooked Many Ways
Polish kielbasa sausage can be boiled, boiled and browned or smoked.

Cut the Meat to Make Polish Kielbasa Sausage
The pork has to be cut into small pieces before passing it through the grinder to make Polish kielbasa sausage.

Add Seasonings to Ground Meat for Polish Kielbasa Sausage
Combine water, garlic, salt, pepper and marjoram and mix with ground meat for Polish kielbasa sausage.

Slip a Hog Casing on the Stuffer for Polish Kielbasa Sausage
Slip a well-rinsed hog casing on the stuffer tube of sausage maker to make Polish kielbasa sausage.

Place the Polish Kielbasa Sausage Meat in the Hopper
Load the hopper of a sausage stuffer with meat to make Polish kielbasa sausage

Force the Meat Through the Sausage Stuffer for Polish Kielbasa Sausage
Use a pestle to push the Polish kielbasa meat through the stuffer to make sausage.

How to Cook Polish Kielbasa Sausage
Boiling is one way to cook Polish kielbasa sausage.

Check the Seasonings in the Polish Kielbasa Sausage Mixture
Fry a small patty of Polish kielbasa sausage mixture until well cooked and taste for seasonings.

Fill the Pastry Bag with Royal Icing to Make a Gingerbread House
Fill the pastry bag with royal icing, which is the glue that will hold the gingerbread house pieces together.

Stick Two Gingerbread House Pieces in Royal Icing
Place the first two gingerbread house pieces in the L-shaped bead of royal icing.

Attach the Roof to the Gingerbead House
The final step before decorating a gingerbread house is to attach the roof.

Let the Assembled Gingerbread Houses Dry for One Hour Before Decorating
Let the assembled gingerbread houses dry for one hour before decorating.

How to Make Polish Kielbasa Sausage - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Polish Kielbasa Sausage
Polish sausage or kielbasa is a garlic-flavored pork sausage that can be boiled, boiled and browned or smoked.

Grind the Meat for Polish Kielbasa Sausage
Grind the pre-cut meat coarsely for Polish kielbasa sausage.

How to Make a Gingerbread House - How to Make a Gingerbread House with Royal Icing
Step-by-step instructions with pictures showing how to make a gingerbread house.

Lay Down an L-Shaped Bead of Icing for the First Gingerbread House Pieces
Lay down an L-shaped bead of royal icing for the first two gingerbread house pieces.

Put Up the Third and Fourth Gingerbread House Walls
Put up the third and fourth gingerbread house walls.

How to Make Polish Crullers (Chruściki)
These step-by-step photo instructions walk you through the preparation of Polish-style crullers known as chruściki or chrust faworki.

How to Roll and Cut Polish Chruściki
Roll the dough for Polish chruściki crullers to 1/8 inch thickness, then cut into 2-inch strips and then into 4-inch diagonal strips.

Fry Chruściki in Hot Oil Until Golden Brown.
Fry Polish chruściki crullers in 350-degree oil for 1 minute or less per side or until golden brown.

Photo Instruction for Making Cherry Strudel
Bulgarian cherry strudel is made with a non-yeast, flaky dough and sweet Bing cherries.

Dust Fried Polish Chruściki with Confectioners' Sugar.
After frying Polish chruściki crullers, dust with confectioners' sugar or drizzle with honey for a nice presentation.

How to Roll and Cut Gingerbread Dough - How to Make a Gingerbread House
Step-by-step instructions with pictures showing how to roll and cut gingerbread dough to make a gingerbread house.

Roll the Gingerbread Dough on a Sheet of Parchment Paper
Roll out the gingerbread dough directly on a sheet of parchment paper.

Cut out the Gingerbread House Patterns
Place the patterns on the dough and cut using a pizza wheel or pastry cutter.

Remove the Gingerbread Dough Scraps
Remove the gingerbread dough scraps and reroll.

Pick up the Parchment Paper by Opposite Corners
Pick up the parchment paper by opposite corners to transfer to a baking sheet.

Place the Parchment Paper on the Baking Sheet
Lay the parchment paper filled with gingerbread house patterns on a baking sheet.

Let the Baked Gingerbread House Pieces Cool on the Baking Pan
Baked gingerbread house pieces should be cooled completely on the pan before removing.

Polish Breaded Pork Cutlets (Kotlety Schabowy) Recipe
Pork is a favorite meat for Poles and this breaded fried pork cutlet dish is very popular.

Polish Roasted Chicken (Kurcze z Nadzieniem) Recipe
Polish roasted chicken recipe or kurcze z nadzieniem is a staple in Polish kitchens.

Polish Cabbage-Mushroom Pierogi Recipe - Recipe for Polish Cabbage-Mushroom Pierogi, Nalesniki and Uszka
This cabbage and mushroom pierogi filling recipe also can be used for nalesniki and uszka dumplings.

Polish Smoked Sausage and Sauerkraut Recipe Is a Filling Meal
This smoked Polish sausage and sauerkraut recipe makes a great potluck or tailgating dish.

Polish Sauerkraut-Mushroom Pierogi, Nalesniki and Uszka Filling Recipe - Recipe for Polish Sauerkraut-Mushroom Pierogi, Nalesniki and Uszka
This Polish sauerkraut-mushroom pierogi filling also can be used to stuff nalesniki and uszka.

Thick Polish Nalesniki or Crepes Recipe
Polish crepes are known as nalesniki. They can be filled with fruit, jam, or sweet or savory fillings rolled or folded. Many people then call them blintzes.

Recipe for Traditional Polish Meat Filling for Nalesniki or Crepes
Polish naleśniki can be filled with a multitude of ingredients. This is a savory version with meat filling.

Polish Funnel Cakes Step By Step
Polish Funnel Cakes are an easy alternative to beloved Polish bismarcks known as

Polish Nalesniki (Sweet Cheese Filling) Recipe
Polish nalesniki come in savory and sweet varieties. This sweet cheese filling is for sweet nalesniki, also known as Polish blintzes or filled crepe.

Polish Drop Potato Dumplings (Kartoflane Kluski) Recipe
This recipe for Polish Drop Potato Dumplings -- Kartoflane Kluski -- is made with raw potatoes, not mashed potatoes.

Polish Nalesniki, Pierogi and Uszka Fruit Filling Recipe - Recipe for Polish Fruit Nalesniki, Pierogi and Uszka
This fruit filling can be used in Polish pierogi, nalesniki and uszka.

Easy Polish Chicken Noodle Soup (Rosol z Kury i Kluski) Recipe
Chicken noodle soup recipe - Polish rosol z kury i kluski - features a golden broth and old-fashioned egg noodles.

Creamy Beet Borscht Soup (Barszcz Zabielany) Recipe
This recipe for Polish creamed beet barszcz is thickened with sour cream and is delicious cold or warm.

Polish Dill Pickle Soup (Zupa Ogorkowa) Recipe
This creamy Polish dill pickle soup is common in Eastern Europe where pickling is a favorite way to preserve fruits, vegetables, meats and eggs.

Traditional Polish Pumpkin Soup (Zupa z Dyni) Recipe
Polish Pumpkin Soup - Zupa z Dyni - is unspiced, letting the true pumpkin flavor come through.

Polish Cold Rhubarb Soup (Chlodnik Rabarbarowy) Recipe
Polish cold rhubarb soup -chłodnik rababarowy - is a satisfying dish in the heat of summer.

Chunky Polish Split Pea Soup Recipe
Polish split pea soup is similar to American split pea soup but this recipe, known as zupa grochowka, is left chunky and has the addition of bacon and potatoes.

Zupa Truskawkowy or Polish Strawberry Soup Recipe
Polish strawberry soup, known as zupa truskawkowy, can be eaten hot or cold and is a refreshing change of pace.

Polish White Borscht Soup (Bialy Barszcz) Recipe
White borscht soup or Polish biały barszcz or żurek wielkanocny is made with the cooking water from white Polish kiełbasa sausage and often the leftovers from the Holy Saturday basket of blessed food.

How to Make Polish Hunter's Stew - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Traditional Polish Bigos or Hunter's Stew
Step-by-step instructions for making bigos, considered to be the national dish of Poland. This long-simmered meat and sauerkraut stew is perfect year-round.

Portion Hunter's Stew into Heated Bowls
Portion hunter's stew into heated bowls.

Polish Funnel Cakes (Chruscik Lany) Recipe
This is a non-yeast version of Polish doughnuts, known as paczki. They take so much less time and taste delicious dusted with confectioners sugar or granulated sugar, or topped with fruit topping and whipped cream like Belgian waffles.

Romanian Meat Patty Recipe or Parjoale Moldovenesti
Romanian Moldavian breaded meat patties or hamburgers are known as parjoale and can be made from beef, pork, lamb or a mixture of meats.

Enjoy Hungarian Stuffed Peppers
Enjoy Hungarian stuffed peppers.

Croatian-Serbian (Cevapcici or Cevap) Sausage Recipe
Cevapcici or cevaps are casing-less sausages favored by Eastern Europeans. They can be made with lamb or a combination of ground meats.

Romanian Skinless Sausages (Mititei) Recipe
Romanian mititei sausages have no casings like Serbian cevapcici and can be eaten as an appetizer or main course.

Polish Kielbasa Sausage (Biala Kielbasa) Recipe
Polish sausage (kiełbasa) is a pork sausage flavored with garlic, marjoram and black pepper that can be smoked or unsmoked (fresh).

Polish Dill Pickle Soup (Zupa Ogorkowa) Recipe
Dill Pickle Soup might sound unusual but it is a satisfying, hearty Polish and Eastern European soup.

Boiled Potatoes with Onion and Dill Polish Style Recipe - Polish Boiled Potatoes with Onion and Dill Recipe
Potatoes, onion and dill are three favorites of Poles and other Eastern Europeans. They blend together well in this side dish.

Hungarian Creamy Kohlrabi Soup (Karalabe Leves) Recipe
Kohlrabi soup, made with this cabbage-like vegetable, is beloved by Eastern Europeans, in particular the Hungarians, Polish, and Russians.

Polish Mushroom Soup (Zupa Grzybowa) Recipe
This hearty meatless soup combines dried, reconstituted mushrooms with barley and sour cream for a satisfying dish. If made with vegetable stock, it is perfect for fasting, when no meat is allowed, like Christmas Eve and Lent.

Polish Potato Pancakes (Placki Kartoflane) Recipe
Crispy, thin potato pancakes or Placki Kartoflane or Ziemniaczane are a perfect meal for meatless days and a great accompaniment for roast pork or braised short ribs.

Potato Cutlets with Mushroom Sauce Recipe - Recipe for Potato Cutlets with Mushroom Sauce or Kotlety Ziemniaczane na Sos Pieczarkowy
Polish potato cutlets or kotlety ziemniaczane na sos pieczarkowy make a great meatless meal.

Serbian Roasted Eggplant Pepper Spread (Ajvar) Recipe
Ajvar is Croatian / Serbian combination of roasted, mashed eggplant and sweet peppers served as a side dish with grilled meats or as an appetizer on bread.

Easy Polish-Style Cauliflower (Kalafior po Polsku) Recipe
This Polish-Style whole head of cauliflower makes a pretty presentation on the serving plate when dressed with buttered breadcrumbs or la polonaise.

Polish Beets with Sour Cream (Buraczki ze Smietana) Recipe
Polish beets with sour cream can be served hot or cold and are great as a vegetable or salad.

Recipe for Sweet Cheese Strudel Filling
Serbians and Croatians like to use sweet cheese filling in strudels and crepes they call palacinke.

Ukrainian Sausage (Kovbasa) Recipe Needs No Casings
Ukrainian kovbasa is the generic word for

Recipe for Polish Horseradish or Chrzan
Poles love horseradish. It is used as a condiment with kielbasa, ham, beef, just about anything.

Polish Horseradish with Beets Recipe
Poles love horseradish. The addition of beets, gives color and sweetness to the condiment.

How to Make Polish Stuffed Cabbage or Golabki - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Polish Stuffed Cabbage or Golabki
A step by step recipe for making cabbage rolls, also known as golabki, holubki and sarma.

How to Make Polish Stuffed Cabbage or Golabki - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Polish Stuffed Cabbage or Golabki
A step by step recipe for making cabbage rolls, also known as golabki, holubki and sarma.

Red Cabbage (Czerwona Kapusta Zasmazana) - Recipe
Red cabbage is a delicious accompaniment to almost any meat, fowl or fish dinner.

How to Make Polish Stuffed Cabbage or Golabki - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Polish Stuffed Cabbage or Golabki
A step by step recipe for making cabbage rolls, also known as golabki, holubki and sarma.

Add Tempered Sour Cream to Mushroom Barley Soup
Step-by-step instructions for making mushroom barley soup.

Temper the Sour Cream for the Mushroom Barley Soup
Step-by-step instructions for making mushroom barley soup.

Enjoy a Hot Bowl of Mushroom Barley Soup
Step-by-step instructions for making mushroom barley soup.

Polish Split Peas and Cabbage Recipe
Split Peas and Cabbage combines shredded fresh cabbage, sauerkraut and a puree of yellow split peas. It is a traditional side dish for Polish Christmas Eve, or wigilia.

How to Make Mushroom Barley Soup - Step by Step Instructions for Making Mushroom Barley Soup
Step-by-step instructions for making mushroom barley soup.

Czech Braided Christmas Bread (Vanocka) Recipe
This recipe for Czech Christmas bread or vanocka is similar to Polish chałka, Jewish challah and other egg-twist breads.

Polish Country-Style Pork Ribs and Sauerkraut (Zeberka Wieprzowe w Kapuscie) Recipe
This recipe for Polish country-style pork ribs and sauerkraut, known as Zeberka Wieprzowe w Kapuscie, is an economical but delicious meal.

Polish Brussels Sprouts with Dill Sauce Recipe - Recipe for Polish Brussels Sprouts with Dill Sauce or Bruselka or Kapusta Brukselska z Sos Koperkowy
This recipe for Brussels sprouts becomes Polish with the addition of dill sauce, thus making it brukselka or kapusta brukselska z sos koperkowy.

Ukrainian Stuffed Cabbage (Holubtsi) Recipe
This recipe for Ukrainian stuffed cabbage is known as holubtsi, or little pigeons. This version has a potato-buckwheat filling.

Lithuanian Stuffed Cabbage (Balandeliai) Recipe
This recipe for Lithuanian stuffed cabbage is known as balandeliai or little doves.

14 Authentic Easter Bread Recipes from Eastern Europe
Eastern and Central European countries all have a version of Easter bread that uses all the eggs and butter forbidden during Lent. Here are 14 recipes.

Polish Easter Dinner Recipes Collection
After the strict fasting of Lent, Poles are ready to feast on a hearty and diverse menu of Easter delicacies. Here you will find recipes for many of these items.

Romanian Stuffed Cabbage (Sarmale) Recipe
This recipe for Romanian stuffed cabbage or sarmale is made with pork, sauerkraut and tomatoes.

Jewish Stuffed Cabbage (Holishkes) Recipe
This Jewish stuffed cabbage recipe or holishkes is a traditional dish for Sukkot, the harvest festival in autumn. The cabbage rolls are accompanied by a sweet-sour sauce.

How to Make Braided Egg Bread - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Houska Bread
These step-by-step photo instructions will help you make braided egg bread known variously as houska, chalka and challah.

How to Make Braided Egg Bread - Step-by-Step Instructions for Making Houska Bread
These step-by-step photo instructions will help you make braided egg bread known variously as houska, chalka and challah.

How to Make Braided Egg-Twist Breads Like Chalka
These step-by-step photo instructions will help you make braided egg bread known variously as Czech vanocka, Polish chałka, Jewish challah and Hungarian fonott kalacs.

Russian Stuffed Cabbage Recipe - Golubtsi or Golubtsy
This recipe for Russian stuffed cabbage or golubtsi (also golubtsy) is made with millet instead of rice.

Bulgarian Stuffed Cabbage Recipe - Recipe for Bulgarian Stuffed Cabbage or Sarmi
Bulgarian stuffed cabbage or sarmi can be made with ground veal, ground pork, rice, onion and carrots.

Eastern European Breakfast Recipes Collection
When you want to pamper someone, think breakfast in bed. What better way to let someone know they're special. These recipes are perfect for anyone, but especially those with Eastern European hankerings.

Slovenian Stuffed Cabbage Recipe - Recipe for Slovenian Stuffed Cabbage or Sarma s Kislim Zeljem
This recipe for Slovenian stuffed cabbage or sarma s kislim zeljem is made with pork and beef, rice, sauerkraut and tomato juice.

Czech Stuffed Cabbage (Holubky) Recipe
This recipe for Czech stuffed cabbages or holubky uses ground beef and pork, rice, tomato juice and paprika.

Eastern European Breakfast Recipes Collection
When you want to pamper someone, think breakfast in bed. What better way to let someone know they're special. These recipes are perfect for anyone, but especially those with Eastern European hankerings.

Polish Christmas Eve Supper Recipes Collection
For Poles, Christmas Eve, or wigilia, is one of the most important Roman Catholic holidayd of the year. Here are recipes for a traditional meal.

Eastern European Christmas Bread Recipes
In Eastern Europe, Christmas is celebrated with these special bread recipes.

Slovenian Sausage (Gorenjska Zelodec) Recipe
Slovenian gorenjska zelodec sausage recipe is originally from a mountainous region in Slovenia. The pork is stuffed into a pig's stomach and then smoked or cooked.

15 Eastern European Beet Dish Recipes
Beets are an important part of Eastern European cuisine. They're enjoyed in everything from salads to soups to side dishes. The beauty of this versatile root vegetable is every recipe usually can be enjoyed hot or cold!

Kosher Sephardic Poached Fish in Pepper Sauce Recipe
This Kosher Sephardic Poached Fish in Pepper Sauce features the exotic flavors of the Middle East and Mediterranean that is perfect for the Passover holidays.

Kosher Lamb Stew with Apricots, Pears and Mint Recipe
This kosher recipe for Lamb Stew with dried apricots, fresh pears and mint is perfect anytime of year, but especially in the spring and for Passover,.

Kosher Gluten-Free Pistachio and Strawberry Roll Recipe
This kosher gluten-free Pistachio and Strawberry Roll is a light dessert perfect after the heavy Seder meal for Passover. It does require freezing, so plan ahead.

How to Keep Peeled Potatoes From Turning Gray or Oxidizing
Is it OK to eat peeled and grated potatoes that have turned gray before cooking them? Read what gray/grey potatoes mean and how to avoid the problem.

How to Egg Wash Yeast Doughs and Other Pastries
Egg washing yeast doughs and other baked goods prior to baking adds color or shine that makes them all the more appetizing. Here are 9 different types of washes.

Fresh Not Canned Salmon Patties Recipe
This recipe for salmon patties is made with fresh, not canned, salmon. The cakes are browned on the stovetop and can then be finished in the oven.

Squash: Basic Facts and Cooking Tips
Squash is considered a fruit and can be divided into summer squash and winter squash varieties

International Women's Day Is March 8 Throughout the World
International Women's Day is held in Eastern Europe and worldwide on March 8 every year. It celebrates women, in general, but also for their social achievements.

Ukrainian Pyrohy Dough (Filled Dumplings) Recipe
This recipe for Ukrainian pyrohy (filled dumpling) dough is made with yeast. After rolling, cutting and filling the dough, it is baked in the oven.

Eastern European Tradition of Blessing of the Baskets on Holy Saturday
A tradition among many Eastern Europeans is that of having an Easter basket of food blessed on Holy Saturday.

Slovak-Ukrainian-Russian Easter Breakfast Basket
A traditional Slovak-Ukrainian-Russian Easter breakfast features all of the food items that were placed in a special basket blessed on Holy Saturday or Easter Sunday.

Czech Easter Stuffing (Velikonocní Nadivka) Recipe
This Czech Easter Filling (Nadivka) is a loaf of smoked meat, bread, eggs, milk and spring herbs. There are as many variations for this dish as there are cooks.

Lithuanian Easter Bread (Velykos Pyragas) Recipe
Lithuanian Easter bread or velykos pyragas is a sweet yeast-raised dough with white raisins.It can be shaped into a round or baked in loaf pans.

Czech Beef Sirloin with Cream Sauce (Svíckova Omacka) Recipe
Czech Beef Sirloin in Cream Sauce or Svíčková Omáčka is comfort food par excellence. There is a debate as to use sirloin or tenderloin but the choice is yours.

Czech Roast Pork Loin (Veprova Pecene) Recipe
This recipe for Czech Roast Loin of Pork is a national dish served at family dinners as well as in fancy restaurants. Side dishes include bread dumplings and cabbage.

Recipes for Easter Breads Around the World
This collection of Easter bread recipes from around the world includes Slavic, British, Italian, Greek, Dutch, German, South American and dairy-free versions.

Easy No-Cook Polish Carrot Salad (Surowka) Recipe
This easy no-cook recipe for Polish carrot salad or surowka z marchewki is from chef Halina Piedziak of Palac Lochow in Lochow, Poland.

23 International Stuffed Cabbage Roll Recipes
Here are stuffed cabbageroll recipes from Central and Eastern Europe as well as Italy, Greece and Germany, and low-fat, dairy-free and low-carb recipes.

23 International Stuffed Cabbage Roll Recipes
Here are stuffed cabbageroll recipes from Central and Eastern Europe as well as Italy, Greece and Germany, and low-fat, dairy-free and low-carb recipes.

23 International Stuffed Cabbage Roll Recipes
Here are stuffed cabbageroll recipes from Central and Eastern Europe as well as Italy, Greece and Germany, and low-fat, dairy-free and low-carb recipes.

Jewish Kasha Varnishkes (Bowties with Buckwheat) Recipe
This comfort-food recipe for Jewish kasha varnishkes is a traditional one that features sauted onions mixed with bowtie pasta and cooked buckwheat groats.

Polish Valentine's Day (Walentynki) Traditions
Here is how Valentine's Day is celebrated in Poland. After the fall of Communism, the festivities have taken on a more Western approach.

Polish Rice Cheesecake (Ryzowy) Recipe
This recipe for no-bake Polish rice cheesecake or sernik rizowy is made with dry curd cheese, cooked rice, sweetened condensed milk and spices.

Polish Gelatin-Topped No-Bake Cheesecake (Sernik Na Zimno) Recipe
No need to turn on the oven for this no-bake cheesecake recipe that sports a fruited gelatin top that is so popular with Poles and is known as sernik na zimno.

Polish Fruit-Topped No-Bake Cheesecake Recipe
This no-bake cheesecake recipe is delicious with fresh fruit or fruit pie filling on top. It's a wonderful dessert when you want a treat without turning on the oven.

Polish Pumpkin Cheesecake with Toffee Sauce Recipe -
This recipe for Polish Pumpkin Cheesecake with Toffee Sauce, or sernik dyniowy z sosem toffee, is made with dry curd cheese instead of cream cheese.

Polish-American Cheesecake (Sernik Philadelphia) Recipe
In Poland, American-style cheesecakes exist and are often known simply as Philadelphia. This recipe features a sweetened sour cream topping.

Traditional Polish Cheesecake (Sernik) Recipe
This recipe for traditional Polish cheesecake or sernik has a sweet pastry crust and a dry curd cheese filling. It is baked in a 13x9-inch pan for easy serving.

14 Authentic Easter Bread Recipes from Eastern Europe
Eastern and Central European countries all have a version of Easter bread that uses all the eggs and butter forbidden during Lent. Here are 14 recipes.

Croatian Easter Bread Dolls (Primorski Uskrsne Bebe) Recipe
Croatian Easter Bread Dolls or primorski uskrsne bebe are made with a slightly sweet yeast dough wrapped around a colored hard-cooked egg.

6 Eastern European Milk Soup Recipes
Milk soup is a common recipe among Eastern Europeans served for breakfast, as a meatless main dish, or as a meal for the sick or elderly..Here are six milk soup recipes.

Polish Milk Bars (Bar Mleczny) Are a Communist-Era Holdover
Milk bars, or bar mleczny in Polish, were government-subsidized cafeterias from Eastern Europe's Communist days. Some still exist and the food is good and cheap.

Romanian Chicken Kebabs (Frigarui) Recipe
This recipe for Romanian chicken kebabs (kabobs) or frigarui is a popular street food and can be made with any combination of meat and vegetables.

Top Sirloin Boneless Beef Roast Recipe
Discover how to turn sirloin into a fork-tender piece of meat in this recipe for Perfect Sunday Beef Roast that starts with a boneless top sirloin cut.

Cold Watermelon Gazpacho Soup Recipe
Watermelon gazpacho or cold watermelon soup is enjoyed worldwide. It's just the name and spices that sometimes change. You can increase the proportions for a crowd.

International Party Food Recipes for Football Parties
This collection of global party food recipes (from dips to appetizers to desserts) will make you the host with the most at your next shindig. Page 2.

Party Foods and Snack Recipes From Around the World
This collection of global party food recipes, from dips to appetizers to desserts, will make you the host with the most at your next shindig.

Fr. Rocky's Hunter's Stew (Bigos) for a Crowd Recipe
This recipe for Polish bigos or hunter's stew makes enough for at least 12 hungry people. It's a natural for tailgating or football game parties.

Use Fresh Herbs in Eastern European Mushroom Strudel Recipe
Use fresh thyme, tarragon, flat-leaf parsley and chives, finely chopped, in Eastern European mushroom strudel appetizer recipe.

How to Saute Mushrooms for Mushroom Strudel Appetizer - Saute Eastern European Mushrooms for Strudel Appetizer
Saute the mushrooms until tender, add fresh thyme, tarragon, flat-leaf parsley and chives.

Use a Food Processor to Finely Chop Shallot and Garlic
Finely chop by hand or use a food processor to mince shallot and garlic for the Eastern European mushroom strudel appetizer.

How to Cool Mushrooms for Eastern European Savory Strudel - Cool Eastern European Mushrooms for Savory Strudel
Cool mushrooms for Eastern European Mushroom strudel.

How to Spread Mushrooms on Puff Pastry for Eastern European Mushroom Strudel - Instructions for Spreading Mushrooms on Puff Pastry Mushroom Strudel
Spread cooled mushrooms on 3/4 of puff pastry for Eastern European mushroom strudel appetizer.

Prepare Eastern European Mushroom Strudel for Baking by Brushing with Egg Wash - Brush Eastern European Mushroom Strudel with Egg Wash
Brush Eastern European mushroom strudel appetizer with egg wash before baking.

Bake Eastern European Mushroom Strudel until Golden - Eastern European Mushroom Strudel Puff Pastry Should Bake until Golden
Bake Eastern European mushroom strudel appetizer until puffed and golden.

Serve Eastern European Mushroom Strudel as an Appetizer, Lunch or Main Course - Eastern European Mushroom Strudel Makes a Great Appetizer Lunch Dinner
Eastern European mushroom strudel makes a great appetizer, luncheon dish or main course.

How to Slice Mushrooms for Mushroom Strudel Eastern European Appetizer Recipe - Slice Mushrooms for Eastern European Mushroom Strudel Appetizer
How to slice the mushrooms for Eastern European mushroom strudel appetizer.

Russian Chicken Kebabs (Shashlik iz Kuritsa) Recipe
Russian Chicken Kebabs or Shashlik is a popular grilled food served at home, in pubs and restaurants. This recipe is marinated in yogurt before cooking.

Lithuanian Potato Sausage (Vedarai) Recipe
This recipe for Lithuanian potato sausage or vedarai can be made entirely meatless or with the addition of chopped, cooked bacon.

Polish Soft Italian-Style Bread (Włoski Chleb) Recipe
This soft Italian bread recipe, known as włoski chleb in Polish, uses whey -- the byproduct of the cheesemaking process -- instead of milk or water.

How to Peel Kiwi Fruit With A Spoon Life Hack
This step-by-step hack for peeling kiwi fruit makes for smooth, rounded edges instead of sharp angles a peeler might make.

Cake Pops Recipe - Desserts for Kids
This recipe for cake pops on a stick can be dressed up as elegantly as you like or turned into wacky characters the kids will love.

Fat-Free Pumpkin-Apple Angel Food Bars Recipe
This easy Pumpkin-Apple Angel Bars recipe is completely fat-free, is made with just three ingredients and takes 30 minutes from start to finish.

How to Make Polish Uszka Dumplings Known as Little Ears
These step-by-step instructions show how to make Polish uszka or

Place Filling of Choice on the Uszka Dough Squares
Place the filling of choice on the uszka dough squares.

Moisten Two Edges of the Uszka Dough
Moisten two edges of the uszka dough to form the little ears.

Fold the Uszka Dough in Half to Form a Triangle
Fold the uszka dough in half to form a triangle.

Press the Moistened Ends of Uszka Together
Press the moistene3d ends of uszka together, pressing out any trapped air.

Dab One Corner of Uszka with Water
Dab one corner of uszka with water.

Press the Two Points of the Uszka Together
Press the two points of the uszka together.

Boil the Uszka in Broth or Water
Boil the uszka in broth or water.

Mushroom-Filled Uszka
Mushroom-filled uszka are typically eaten with meatless beet soup on Christmas Eve.

Polish Homemade Soft Pretzels (Precle Domowe) Recipe
This Polish homemade pretzel recipe uses a yeast dough that produces a treat that's crisp on the outside and soft on the inside with coarse salt sprinkled on top.

Eastern European Fat Thursday and Fat Tuesday Recipes
Here are recipes for Eastern European foods eaten with abaondon on Fat (Shrove) Thursday and Fat (Shrove) Tuesday or Mardi Gras before Lent begins.

Serbian Doughnuts (Krofne) Recipe before Great Lent Begins
Serbian doughnuts or krofne are eaten year-round but especially before the Great Lent begins. After frying, they can be dusted with sugar.

Lithuanian Doughnuts (Spurgos or Pampuskos) Recipe
This recipe for Lithuanian doughnuts, known as spurgos or pampuskos, is a popular treat along with blynai for Shrove Thursday and Shrove Tuesday.

13 Eastern European Doughnut Recipes for Splurging
Doughnuts are eaten worldwide, they just have different names. Here are recipes for the most popular Eastern European doughnuts often eaten s a splurge before Lent.

13 Eastern European Doughnut Recipes for Splurging
Doughnuts are eaten worldwide, they just have different names. Here are recipes for the most popular Eastern European doughnuts often eaten s a splurge before Lent.

5 Polish Doughnut (Paczki) Recipes for a Pre-Lenten Splurge
Pączki, fried doughnuts filled with jam, are eaten in Poland on Fat Thursday and on Fat Tuesday in the States before the fasting of Lent begins.

Pączki Recipe Handed Down By My Busia
Traditional Polish pączki recipe that are rolled in granulated sugar while still warm.

Maria's Recipe for Polish Doughnuts
Polish Pączki recipe for doughnuts filled with strawberry jam and rolled in granulated sugar.

Recipe for Baked Polish Paczki Instead of Fried
This recipe for baked pączki or Polish doughnuts has less calories than the traditional fried version.

Recipe for Gluten-Free Polish Doughnuts or Paczki
This Polish pączki recipe is gluten-free.

Easy Recipe for No-Yeast Polish Pączki or Doughnuts
This no-yeast pączki recipe is more like a fritter.

How to Make Maria's Polish Paczki or Doughnuts
Step-by-step instructions for making Polish doughnuts known as pączki. Pączki are eaten on Fat Tuesday in America and on Fat Thursday in Poland.

Scald the Milk for Maria's Polish Paczki Recipe
The milk for Maria's Polish paczki recipe must be scalded.

When Paczki Dough Has Risen, Roll and Cut It
Once the paczki dough has risen, roll it and cut it into circles.

Fry Polish Paczki in 350-Degree Oil
Fry Polish paczki in 350-degree oil for 3 minutes per side.

How to Fill Polish Paczki with Jam
Polish paczki are filled with strawberry jam.

Polish Paczki Are Delicious When Eaten Warm
Polish paczki are best eaten warm but they can be stored at room temperature for several days.

Maria Sielewicz Holding a Plate of Polish Paczki
Maria Sielewicz loves to use yeast in her cooking, especially Polish paczki or edoughnuts.

Croatian Sour Cherry Strudel (Štrudlu s Višnjama) Recipe
This Croatian sour cherry strudel recipe - Strudlu s Visnjama - is made with tart dark red Morello cherries or bright-red tart Montmorency cherries.

Polish Apple Cake (Jabłecznik) Recipe from Gwizdały Village
This recipe for Polish apple cake or jabłecznik is from Gwizdaly village in the Mazovia region of Poland. It features a shortbread crust and meringue top.

Tunnel of Apples Bundt Cake Recipe Has a Moist Interior
This Tunnel of Apples Bundt Cake recipe has a surprise middle of apple pie filling. It's a nice change of pace from Tunnel of Fudge Cake.

Russian Pan-Fried Smelts (Svezhiye Koryushka) Recipe
This Russian Pan-Fried Smelts recipe is easy to prepare and often appears on a zakuski, or appetizer, spread along with caviar, blini and vodka.

Top Gifts for Mothers Day in 2011
If you want to treat your mother special this year, but you're stumped for gift ideas, consider these.

Timing, Weather and Vintage Must Be Right for Grape Crushing
Vintners and rabbis crush organic grapes to make kosher wine.

Bottling Kosher Wine Requires Skill
Kosher Wine must be bottled with extreme attention to detail and religious laws.

Organic Kosher Wine Making in British Columbia
Organic kosher wine making in British Columbia.

Garage-Turned-Winery for Kosher Wine Making
Rabbi Shmuel Hecht would come to the garage-turned-winery to repress the grapes and oversee the process.

Organic Kosher Wine Is Poured into Brand-New Oak Barrels for Aging
Kosher wine is aged in oak barrels that have never held un-kosher wine.

Recipe for Spring Asparagus and Chives
This recipe for asparagus with sesame and chive blossoms is pretty visually and tasty to boot. Add chicken or salmon for a main-course salad.

List of Polish Grocers and Online Stores - Page 2
Here is a list, by no means comprehensive, of Polish delis, import stores and online grocers where one can purchase Polish foods. Page 2.

List of Polish Grocers and Online Stores - Stores Selling Polish Foods
Here is a list, by no means comprehensive, of Polish delis, import stores and online grocers where one can purchase Polish foods.

Georgian Chicken Tabaka Recipe with Tkemali Sauce
Recipe for Chicken Tabaka from Georgian (formerly a republic under the Soviet Union) is spatchcock chicken that is flattened and cooked under a weight.

Georgian Cheese Bread (Acharuli Khachapuri) Recipe
Khachapuri is a Georgian appetizer bread made with sulguni cheese. Many refer to this as Russian pizza but this dish has its origins in the Republic of Georgia.

Top Eastern European Lamb Recipes - How To Make Eastern European Lamb Recipes
Here are popular Eastern European lamb recipes.

Serbian Sauerkraut with Bacon and Rice (Kiseli Kupus sa Pirincem) Recipe
This recipe for Serbian sauerkraut with bacon and rice is known as kiseli kupus sa pirincem or podvarka and is from Vlada Vladic.

Serbian Potato-Stuffed Peppers Recipe - Paprike Punjene Krompirom - Recipe for Serbian Potato-Stuffed Peppers
This recipe for Serbian potato-stuffed peppers is from Vlada Vladic and she fleshes things out with tuna.

15 Popular Types of Polish Sausage (Kielbasa)
Learn more about a variety of polish sausages from this curated list, including links to recipes and vendors selling different kinds of kielbasa.

15 Popular Types of Polish Sausage (Kielbasa)
Learn more about a variety of polish sausages from this curated list, including links to recipes and vendors selling different kinds of kielbasa.

Polish Haluski (Noodles, Onion and Cabbage) Recipe
This traditional Polish noodles and cabbage dish known as hałuski is easy to make and can be a side dish or Lenten main meal. Fried bacon can be added if not fasting.

Kasha with Mandarin Oranges and Raisins Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Brussels Sprouts with Mustard Glaze Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Maple Syrup and Spicy-Mustard Carrots Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Savory Pumpkin Bread Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Cherry-Cranberry Sauce Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Port Wine Cranberry Gelatin Mold Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Bacon-Apple-Chestnut Bread Dressing Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Winter Citrus Salad Recipe Makes a Refreshing Side
Eastern European Food.

Pumpkin-Cheese-Potato Gratin Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Root Vegetable Stew Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Savory Mushroom Bread Pudding Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Gluten-Free Quinoa With Pomegranate and Pistachio Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Cranberry Cordial Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Creamed Pumpkin Side Dish Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Shake Things Up This Thanksgiving With New Side Dishes
Turn the dial way up with these Thanksgiving side dishes many of your guests have probably never tried before.

Pumpkin Mashed Potatoes Recipe
Eastern European Food.

Hardwood Charcoal Is Used in Spit-Roasting a Pig
Spit-roasting suckling pigs is a tradition among Serbians, Croatians, Slovaks, Yugoslavians, Lithuanians and other Eastern Europeans. It's considered the only way to barbecue and is traditional for major holidays and celebrations. Page 2.

A Good Fire Must Be Built for Spit-Roasting
Spit-roasting suckling pigs is a tradition among Serbians, Croatians, Slovaks, Yugoslavians, Lithuanians and other Eastern Europeans. It's considered the only way to barbecue and is traditional for major holidays and celebrations. Page 3.

The Forelegs Must Be Tired Together for Spit-Roasting
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A Suckling Pig Can Take 6 Hours to Spit-Roast
Spit-roasting suckling pigs is a tradition among Serbians, Croatians, Slovaks, Yugoslavians, Lithuanians and other Eastern Europeans. It's considered the only way to barbecue and is traditional for major holidays and celebrations. Page 8.

The Pig's Skin Will Brown Quickly
Spit-roasting suckling pigs is a tradition among Serbians, Croatians, Slovaks, Yugoslavians, Lithuanians and other Eastern Europeans. It's considered the only way to barbecue and is traditional for major holidays and celebrations. Page 9.

Charred Skin on a Spit-Roasted Does Not Mean It Is Cooked
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A Spit-Roasted Pig Must Reach 160 Degrees to Be Done
Spit-roasting suckling pigs is a tradition among Serbians, Croatians, Slovaks, Yugoslavians, Lithuanians and other Eastern Europeans. It's considered the only way to barbecue and is traditional for major holidays and celebrations. Page 12.

Polish Hot Mulled Wine (Grzaniec Galicyjski) Recipe
This recipe for Polish hot mulled wine is known as grzaniec galicyjski. It is a warming beverage often served at outdoor Christmas markets.

Russian Liqueur (Nalivka) With Dried Fruits And Nuts
This Russian liqueur / cordial is known as a nalivka and can be made at home with cognac, dried fruits and nuts. It takes three weeks to mature.

Eastern European Ham and Green Bean Soup Recipe
This recipe for green bean soup makes good use of leftover ham and vegetables. It can be creamed or left plain and served with noodles.

Croatian Savory Cabbage Strudel (Strudla s Kupusom) Recipe
This recipe for Croatian cabbage strudel, known as strudla s kupusom or savijača s kupusom, is a savory dish made with filo dough.

Dredge the Quince Squares in Sugar and Package
Dredge the quince squares in granulated sugar and package.

Cook the Quinces in a Heavy-Bottomed Saucepan
Cook the quinces in a heavy-bottomed saucepan with the water and lemon juice.

Cook the Quince Until It Resembles Applesauce
Cook the quince until it has broken down completely and resembles chunky applesauce.

Puree the Quinces to a Smooth Consistency
Pure the cooked quinces to a smooth consistency.

Wash, Core and Quarter the Quinces
Wash, core and quarter the quinces before cooking to make quince candy or kotonjata.

Add Sugar to Quince Puree and Cook
Add sugar to the quince puree and cook until thick.

Cook the Sweetened Quince Puree Until Very Thick
Cook the sweetened quince puree until it is very thick.

Pour Hot Quince Into a Pan
Pour the hot quince paste into a prepared pan.

Cut the Quince Paste Into Squares
Let the quince paste cool overnight and cut into squares.

Step By Step Instructions for Making Quince Candy
Quince candy is a favorite among Croatians, who call it kotonjata, and other Eastern Europeans. These step-by-step photo instructions make it easy.