• Lentil and Peas soup with Pork Chops

    5 years ago

    I am in love with lentils and peas, they are great source of protein. My new rule is to try and eat protein foods in every meal. The inspiration for pork chops in the soup came from “The Chew” and “Food Network” magazine. I combines 2 recipes together with some of my favorite ingredients.
    I am not fan of pork meat…but chops in this soup is wonderful. Once its brow it brings some much...

  • Mushroom Lasagna

    5 years ago

    Updated: December 17, 2012

    This lasagna is not a typical one that is sold at stores. Often, store bough lasagnas have large amounts of sauce and small amounts of good cheese and/or meat. This dish is fairly easy to make and will make your guests be in awe from your Italian cooking. While making this dish, I like to make an extra one for a friend or freeze one for a busy day.

    You...

  • Rice Stuffed Chicken Thighs

    5 years ago

    Stuffed Chicken Thigh are also knows for being called "Solomon Golubtsi". They are known to be served at Slavic weddings as one of the main dishes. In our family we prepare them for holidays and special celebrations.

    This dish has a nice balance of meat and rice. I like the tenderizer chicken around the rice with baked crispy skin of the chicken.

  • Traditional Cabbage Rolls

    5 years ago

    Most people don’t cover their cabbage rolls with sauce. I think that creamy sauce makes it so much better. Great way to make them is by making double the recipe and freeze some for another time. I also like to take some to my friend that has a new born, this makes great dish.

    Here is another recipe for cabbage rolls, it has more pictures... (recipe/212)

  • Vareniki Recipe

    5 years ago

    Vareniky are dumplings that are filled with sweet or savory filling. The name varenyky, simply means "boiled things".

    Vareniky are part of the national Ukrainian food, just like (recipe/55). There are many restaurants in Ukraine that are serving Vareniky, they come with a wide variety of either savory or sweet fillings.

    The process may look endless, but its well worth your time....

  • Pelmeni

    5 years ago

    Updated: October 23, 2012

    I learned that Pelmeni originated from Siberia, no wonder my husband loves them so much :) He came to USA when he was nine years old. All they could do there in cold Siberia is most probably - make Pelmeni. :) Kids love them.

  • Turkey Macaroni Casserole

    5 years ago

    This is great and easy meal to make. It is so good when its fresh.

  • Meatballs

    5 years ago

    Updated August 13, 2013

    What's great with chicken nuggets, is the ease of preparing them; you just heat them up. Same thing can be said about Kotleti. Once they are done, they can be stored in the fridge and served anytime, with just a quick heat, tasting fresh.

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