Anyway, these are my Mom’s revered Pierogi. What are pierogi? They are basically the Polish version of a filled dumpling. When served by my family they are always smothered in butter, crispy-fried bacon and sautéed onions. They are amazing and always a treat, usually only reserved for holidays. If you are a member of my family you ... Read More about Pierogi
German dumplings especially from Bavaria are a real specialty. You would eat dumplings always with a meat dish and gravy, like Rindsbraten (Roast beef), Gulasch or Rouladen (see my recipes). The Bavarian version has older buns (Semmeln) in it - that's why it is also called "Semmelknoedel". In the West and North of Germany we…
A sweetness that will melt in your mouth and spoil your taste buds. This is a traditional Russian cheese making process that takes THREE days. Use frozen rolls for dough, they taste better and save you time and frustration.
After nearly a month of food failures in Bulgaria we were excited to try Polish food. I had a friend back in Australia’s whose family used to cook up some awesome Polish dishes so you could say I had high expectations and a big craving. I wasn’t disappointed.