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Re: Plachta Family History
Posted by: Helene M Szostak (ID *****6388) Date: February 07, 2007 at 11:54:37
In Reply to: Re: Plachta Family History by Jack Zuccarello of 66

Golomwki, are leaves of cabbage wrapped around a mixture of pork and or beef with rice. Then baked in the oven.

Pierogie is made from a rolled out dough cut into circles and you can put anyting you want in them, like potatoes, cottage cheese, plums, and some people put meat in them. You would put a small amount of what content you want into the cirlce of dough, fold it in half and pinch the sides tightly together with your fingers. Then boil them in water, then lift them out the water, let the water drain, and cover them with butter so they don't stick together. Pierogies can then be eaten just like that, some people like them with sour cream, or fried onions.



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