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Having recently returned from Ukraine and forgotten the recipe. I tried this one and my children rated it 10/10 in comparison to their Ukrainian auntie's. I am led to believe that u can also freeze them, but remember to put them on a plate or baking tray when initially freeaing them as if you put them in a bag before frozen they will all stick together!!! Thank you!

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TURQUOISEBOYS October 24, 2011

I used the part of the recipe for the noodle dough and, for the most part, the potato filling for some of my dumplings. I used my pasta rollers to roll out the dough thinly. Very very tasty.

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Twiggyann March 05, 2010

I loved this recipe. I have made it a few time since first finding it. The dough is super easy to make. I made the potato filling for one batch and then mixed the potato filling with Bitokes - Russian Meatballs all mashed up and that was to die for. I made that for diner at a friends house. It was a hit all around. I also changed on thing, after boiling them, I tossed them in my Garlic Compound Butter. That added a whole extra dimension of flavor The best part is that you can make this up ahead of time and freeze it for later.

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ROV Chef October 24, 2007
Vareniki (Ukrainian Filled Dumplings)