Eastern European Recipes

    Try some great recipes from Bulgaria, Romania, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Hungary such as Russian borsch, Hungarian goulash, paprikash, and schnitzel.

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    19 reviews
     
    30min

    These filled Polish dumplings are usually served with sour cream and crispy bacon. This is an old family recipe.

    Recipe by: Mary Martin

     
    23 reviews
     
    1hour15min

    This is a Polish Easter bread with currents, sultanas and almonds. It makes three loaves, but they disappear quickly!

    Recipe by: Eleanor Johnson

     
    19 reviews
     
    1hour45min

    This Christmas bread called hoska takes some time to make but is well worth the effort. Eat with jam or just icing sugar.

    Recipe by: Carol Ponec-Nemec

     
    38 reviews
     
    50min

    A delicious easy fish soup that's known as Ukha in Russia called Ukha.

    Recipe by: Byakin

     
    314 reviews
     
    5hours

    Goulash is a classic winter warmer. It's a great dish for using cheaper cuts of beef which become very tender when slow cooked.

    Recipe by: ENVIRO2

     
    336 reviews
     
    2hours

    This is a Hungarian recipe which uses paprika which is very common in Hungarian cooking. You can make it vegetarian with vegetable stock if you prefer.

    Recipe by: Gabriella

     
    21 reviews
     
    3hours30min

    This is a Hungarian method of slow cooking rump roast in vinegar until it is super tender. You can use less vinegar if that is your preference but some is important! Serve with bread and sour cream.

    Recipe by: GOURMETFOX

     
    310 reviews
     
    40min

    Chicken is pan fried in butter and paprika and served with pan fried mushrooms and onions. Delicious Hungarian comfort food.

    Recipe by: MARLANA ADAMEK

     
    61 reviews
     
    30min

    Cooked cabbage with bacon, onion, celery, green capsicum and vinegar.

    Recipe by: dlynn11

     
    99 reviews
     
    35min

    These are beautiful Russian biscuits often served as a Christmas treat. If you love orange, you have to try these!

    Recipe by: Barb

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