A sugary sweet dessert from Eastern Europe made with phyllo dough and Granny Smith apples.
This Eastern European dish is a traditional stew and is often served with rye bread. Sauerkraut, pork, ham and sausage make it a filling dish with lots of meat.
Perfect gift in a jar - just attach the recipe and you've got a fabulous present!
These Russian cookies don't have eggs! They're pretty unique and delicious!
It is pronounced bee-goesh, and is considered the national dish of Poland. While red cabbage is preferred, poor Poles would use fresh white cabbage. It needs to be cooked in a Dutch oven.
Get your family to eat their lima beans with this yummy soup.
Made with sweet cream, yeast and butter, these fried doughnuts are a real Eastern European treat.
This elaborate dessert is so delicious you'll forget it's Kosher-for-Passover! It'll be a family favorite in no time!
Easy recipe cooked entirely in your crockpot!
My Nagymama (grandma in Hungarian) made hers from the earliest years this way and we continue to do so.
Made in the pressure cooker, this stew is quick and easy and so flavorful!
The combination of beef and barley is a definite winner.
A famous Russian soup.
A classic Eastern European dish that calls for a combination of Italian sausage and ground beef to add a spicy kick to the meat. Flavored beautifully.
A full-flavored stew, filled with plenty of meat and tasty vegetables.
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