Ukrainian Chicken Schnitzel (Otbivnaya): A 30-Minute Meal
Looking to impress dinner guests? This Ukrainian Chicken Schnitzel (Otbivnaya) is a 4-ingredient, 30-minute meal that's perfect for a weeknight dinner.
Russian Chicken Cutlets... котлетки - Girl and the Kitchen
Kotletki are beautiful little ground chicken cutlets, lightly flavored with fragrant dill and savory onion and pan fried or baked until golden brown.
Fr. Hopko's 55 Maxims for Christian Living
click on the images to enlarge for letter size printables Hear Fr. Hopko discuss these maxims in this podcast . Be always with...
Homemade Paska - Traditional Slovak Easter Bread
Make this rich, slightly sweet homemade paska - a traditional Slovak or eastern European Easter bread, and one of my favorite childhood traditions.
Easter Breads - Ukrainian Paska
Paska is a traditional bread of the Eastern European countries during Easter/Passover. Ukrainian Paska is a soft, sweet and shaped very beautifully .
Deruny (Ukrainian Potato Pancakes) - Olga in the Kitchen
These are classic Ukrainian Potato Pancakes also called Deruny. Serve for breakfast, as an appetizer or side dish. | olgainthekitchen.com
Paska - Ukrainian Easter Bread - Celebration Generation
Every spring, make Paska, an amazing Ukrainian Easter bread that our neighbour used to bake every year. Citrus, sugar, butter, and fat - amazing stuff!
Saturday in Norma's Kitchen..making perogies.
My sister Norma and I often talked about making perogies/varenechi together and after they had their kitchen renovations done she sugges...
Paska – Russian Mennonite Easter Bread
I’m finally getting back to to Grandma’s Old Wooden Recipe Box. But for this post (and in honor of Easter), I`m blogging about a recipe I got from my mum many years ago; one that`s bee…
Easter Paska Bread
Paska is, hands-down, my favourite Easter food tradition. The usual suspects – perogies, cabbage rolls, perishke – all make an appearance, of course. But it’s the Paska that I fill up on. It’s usually force fed to me by my Baba along side a cup of tea. In all fairness, I do love the stuff...Read More