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    Ukrainian Heritage

    My father is a second generation American Ukranian and as a young woman I was not as diligent as I should have been in saving my cooking heritage. But as I read through these recipes they appeared to be the same or similar as my Grandmother's and Great Aunt's. Thank you to those who have posted these treasures!

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    This is from the Ellis Island Immigrant Cookbook.

    Recipe #13863

    1 Reviews |  By Olha

    Crescent shaped cookies rolled in sugar and cinnamon.

    Recipe #197107

    My next door neighbor taught me how to make these when I used to babysit her kids. Her parents were from Ukraine and this is what they made. They are scrumptious...way better than the frozen kind.

    Recipe #194198

    25 Reviews |  By Kat

    Nothing is better than a fresh perogy, stolen from the bowl just after it has been cooked. Once a year, our family would spend a whole Saturday making these so we would have a stash to freeze and use for the next year. Fairly easy to make, but the instructions are just very descriptive.

    Recipe #11550

    Vareniki are made with a simple noodle dough and can be filled with anything from sauerkraut to sour cherries. While boiling is a traditional method of cooking vareniki, they can also be fried in vegetable oil.

    Recipe #214024

    You can add meat and cheese if you want to.

    Recipe #65308

    My Grandmother Matilda Koval makes these....and they really warm you on a cold night. Searve with mashed potatoes. These freeze well, and also taste better served the next day!

    Recipe #78622

    The best pierogi dough ever! The dough is very easy to work with and does not break when boiling. The addition of the cake flour makes all the difference, they come out soft and wonderful. Dough may be made 2 hours ahead, wrapped well in plastic wrap and chilled. Bring to room temperature before using. Makes enough for about 48 pierogies or 32 varenikis. Cooking time is fridge time.

    Recipe #133968

    Frozen pierogies can be purchased at Costco and other supermarkets. I purchase mine from Schwan's.

    Recipe #94242

    4 Reviews |  By Olha

    Also known as walnut horn cookies.

    Recipe #85054

    Even though these have very little sugar, they are fabulous. They even give Kolaches some stiff competition.

    Recipe #8258

    6 Reviews |  By Amanda2

    Erma Gassensmith was my son's fifth grade teacher. She got the recipe from watching her mother and measuring all the ingredients as her mother made the kieflies. Her mother immigrated from Hungary. "The trick to making beautiful, tender kieflies is to handle the dough as little, and as gently, as possible. Bake the kieflies as soon as you have filled a batch so that the dough does not become warm and limp. If you feel dough has become a bit warm after filling a cookie sheet, refrigerate for 15 minutes before baking." Erma Gassensmith.

    Recipe #4465


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