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    My mum suggested that we make these, so I searched the Internet for recipes. I found two, but was disappointed with both: onion powder? Half a sweet potato? No sour cream? How authentic is that? (links below) So we decided to make up our own recipe, a kind of combination of both of those. It's easy to make, vegetarian and delicious, so we thought you might like it too. http://www.polish-recipes.com/recipes.php/21/Polish-Platski---Potato-Pancakes/Sides/ http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/platski_83346

    Recipe #486420

    This is the recipe for my mum's apple cake, the best apple cake and maybe the best cake I've ever eaten. It's great to eat as a dessert with vanilla ice cream or whipped cream with chopped hazelnuts, or sprinkled with sherry or dessert wine. Can be frozen baked and reheated in a microwave. My mum translated this for me from her mother's Danish cookbook, Bo Bedre's Bagebog, by Lilian Kaufman 1966. The original recipe is called Reinette-Kage (Reinette Cakes).

    Recipe #504434

    This was given to me by a very good Bulgarian friend, Nadejda Loumbeva, who translated it from her mother's private recipe. I converted it to vegan as an experiment, and it worked surprisingly well (very well). Quantities are approximate from memory: take them with a pinch of salt, use plenty of fruit and nuts, and let me know if you have suggested changes. The biggest problem I had was with the cake collapsing while being baked, losing all the air. I haven't solved it completely. All I can recommend is to bake for as long as you dare before opening the oven, to give the cake maximum chance to set before you disturb it by opening the oven. If you know how to fix this, please share!

    Recipe #493348

    The ingredients list for this lasagna may look a little intimidating, but it really is quite easy to make, and so worth the the effort! This is a modified version of the recipe at: http://www.food.com/members/subm/editr2.php?sid=27675044&oc=linkback While that is a good recipe overall, the amount of white sauce is ridiculously small, and I'm not allowed to change it, so I'm submitting a new recipe instead.

    Recipe #492374


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