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    Suggestions for a quick and easy Eastern European dessert

    Fri Mar 23, 2012 6:08 pm Groupie
    My International Foods class is "going to Russia" next week. We've done a lot of main dishes and sides lately and I'd like to do a dessert.
    Criteria is: cooked and done in 50 minutes and pretty cheap. (170 students to feed).
    I can split over two days if some prep can be done ahead.
    Any suggestions?
    Sat Mar 24, 2012 3:49 pm
    Forum Host
    My favorite dessert to order at the old Russian Tea Room restaurant in NYC was called "Russian Creme." I just read the recipe that is in our database for it, and it sounds exactly like I remember it. Russian Creme
    Not sure how economical it would be though.
    Perhaps something like Russian Tea Cakes, Russian Honey Spice Cake, Kolobki (Russian Cottage Cheese Donuts), or a poppyseed cake might be more economical for you.

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    Sat Mar 24, 2012 4:20 pm
    Forum Host
    I thought the Russian tea cakes were a good candidate - doable in yhour time frame and nothing too exotic. A lot of the recipes were likely a bit exotic.
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