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    Lovely Cheesy Delights!

    Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:58 pm
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    Eastern Europe traditionally was and continues to be heavily agrarian. As in any other farming community, cheese is a staple product, made from milk of cows, goats, sheep or other mammals. Naturally, cheese finds its way into many delicious recipes. Why not give a few of these a try?


    Armenian Cheese Rolls (Armenian)
    Kashkaval Pane (Bulgaria) (Bulgaria)
    Smažený Sýr (Fried Cheese) (Czech)
    The Very Versatile Garlic Dip or Spread (Czech)
    Khachapuri (Georgian Feast Bread) (Georgian)
    Hungarian Cheese Spread (Hungarian)
    Romanian Herbed Cheese Spread (Romanian)

    Estonian Tomato and Smoked Cheese Soup (Tomati-Suitsujuustusupp) (Estonian)

    Main Courses

    Byrek Shqipëtar Me Perime (Albanian Vegetable Pie) (Albanian)
    Albania: Byrek Ose Lakror (Leek Pie)
    Croatian Cheese Noodles (Croatian)
    Periyukas (Lithuanian "pirogies") (Lithuanian)
    Macedonian-Bulgarian Banitsa With Variations on Savory Fillings (Macedonia-Bulgaria)
    Polish Pierogies (Potato Cheese) (Polish)
    Pierogi Leniwe (Polish Lazy Dumplings) (Polish)
    Turosgomboc - Hungarian Farmer's Cheese Dumplings (Hungarian)
    Vareniky (Russian)
    Traditional Serbian Cheese Pie (Serbia)
    Quick Slovenian Cheese Dumplings (Slovenia)
    Ukrainian Perogies, for Beginners (Ukrainian)

    Side Dishes

    North Croatian Farmers Cheese Dumplings (Croatia) (can be dessert, also)
    Scalloped Tomatoes au Gratin (Czech)
    Baked Salty Sticks (Hungarian)
    Noodles and Pot Cheese (Turos Teszia) (Hungarian) (I think this would also work as a main dish)
    Cirak (Slovak Easter Cheese) Egg Roll (Slovak)


    Croatian Cheese Pie (Croatian)
    Dad's Famous Kolacky's (Czech)
    Polish Babka With Optional Cheese Filling (Polish)
    Russian Easter Dessert (Cyrnaya Pascha) (Russian)
    Russian Cheesecake - Zapekanka (Russian)
    Slovenian Traditional - Prekmurska Gibanica (Slovenian)

    Feel free to suggest your favorite cheese-based dishes!
    Tue Jul 02, 2013 1:42 pm
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