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    I found Egyptian pasta at a health food store and didn't know what to do with it. I found a recipe for Egyptian rice and added sour cream and garlic and what do you know? Stroganoff! Tastes good. It would probably work with any type of rice or risotto.

    Recipe #195673

    This is an easy to make tasty dish that I clipped from my local newspaper. I especially like that it can be prepared a day ahead.

    Recipe #107142

    A super easy way to make enchiladas

    Recipe #195786

    Yet another I've pulled out of "The Czechoslovak Cookbook". Of course I had to add garlic to the recipe :) Also for a little extra kick you can use some spicy bloody mary mix instead of the cream of tomato soup. I hope you enjoy this, we sure do.

    Recipe #67839

    33 Reviews |  By Hugce

    We love stuffed cabbage, but it takes quite a bit of time to prepare, my mom gave me this delicious casserole and it sure is one of our favorites.

    Recipe #72409

    This recipe comes from a cookbook I bought in Poland. I haven't tried it but posted it by request.

    Recipe #100618

    An original recipe inspired by my Polish grandmother's cooking. For a milder flavor, you can rinse and drain the sauerkraut. I serve this with crusty rye bread.

    Recipe #92787

    6 Reviews |  By Lorac

    I can still picture my Polish grandmother cooking this on a wood stove. The sauerkraut picks up the browned pork color and flavor. The beans mellow the sauerkraut's bite by absorbing some of the sour taste while adding an unique flavor to the dish.

    Recipe #45897

    The best beef chili in my book. Freezes well.

    Recipe #36847

    14 Reviews |  By Lorac

    My Polish grandmother could work magic with a few simple ingredients. A refreshing change from the the complex and highly seasoned foods of modern cuisine.

    Recipe #26911

    This is an adopted recipe, and I tried it on a cool, rainy day. It is an inexpensive dinner with lots of flavor. I served it with buttered noodles and steamed green beans.

    Recipe #45975

    7 Reviews |  By Vina

    This is one of the many favorite recipes that I got from my father (the Polish Papa!). It's incredibly easy and very, very good. The apples, applesauce, and onion mixture cuts some of the sharpness of the sauerkraut. As a result, even people who claim to hate sauerkraut love this dish. If you REALLY love sauerkraut, use two cans with both the applesauce and apples. I usually do this, as the sauerkraut is a wonderful leftover.

    Recipe #74322

    7 Reviews |  By Manda

    I have no idea where this recipe originated, but it is the ultimate Polish comfort food to me. It is a very versatile recipe, as I have made it several times with cooked, sliced cabbage instead of the sauerkraut; substituted cream of celery soup for cream of chicken, and I have even made this once using ham in place of the pork. It uses simple ingredients, and only needs a big loaf of bread or fresh rolls with butter to satisfy any growling belly:)

    Recipe #51864

    This is a dish that I ate a lot as a child, but haven't made it in years. Don't know why, because it's delicious. I'm posting it in response to a request.

    Recipe #103086

    46 Reviews |  By Lorac

    Kall me the Kielbasa Kween! My Polish genes are responsible for my love of Polish sausage.

    Recipe #38301

    15 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This recipe was found per request. No name was attached.

    Recipe #36135

    I grew up asking for sauerkraut instead of candy as a child, and my grandfather always made it for me. This is my version of what he would make.

    Recipe #110223

    4 Reviews |  By Lorac

    This is a wonderful example of American born cooks recreation of their Polish mothers or grandmothers cooking. My grandmother never used a written recipe, she measured with her hands, fingers and eyes. The amount of cabbage is my eyeball measurement of a head of chopped cabbage.

    Recipe #61793

    This is a very interesting fusion of International cuisines from the Mediterranean to China. Just imagine eating spicy Turkish Kebabs drizzled with a Greek Tzatziki Yogurt Sauce and over a bed of Chinese Yangzhou Vegetable Fried Rice. Is your "Mouth Watering" from the thought of tasting the tangy yogurt! Try this delicious recipe. You and your family will love it!

    Recipe #93696

    This is a yummy, easy meal I make during football season - I put it together before church and by the time we come home for the game it's ready! It has great flavor and is a one-pot meal!

    Recipe #181764

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