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Prepare: Pupil 10-th form Pavlovska Nastya
There are many recipes of preparation of varenyky. Every hostess prepares it individually. Even I, my mother, sister and grandmother – all is prepared it variously. Here my recipe of varenyky.
400g wheat flour 150ml water 1 egg 50g sour cream 200g mashed potatoes 80g mushrooms, chopped into little cubes 60g chopped onions 20g chopped fresh parsley 19g butter salt, pepper, nutmeg
Dough - Mix water, egg, sour cream and seasoning in bowl; - Add flour and knead to a smooth dough; - Wrap in cling foil and let the dough rest for 30 minutes.
Savory: Potatoes Mushrooms Potatoes and mushrooms Cabbage (pre-roasted sour cabbage) Cabbage and mushrooms Cottage Cheese (Canadian Mennonite and Canadian Ukrainian variations) Sauerkraut (sautéed) Salty white cheese Fish (salmon and pike-perch) Meat (pork and beef mixture) Meat and cabbage Liver (beef) Liver and potatoes Offal (mixture of beef lung, heart, liver, "Old Ukrainian style")
Sweet: Fresh white cheese (Russian: domashniy syr ("домашний сыр"), Russian: tvorog ("творог")); Cherry; Bilberry, or blueberry in North America; Raspberry; Strawberry; Sweet varieties are usually topped with melted butter, sour cream, and sometimes raspberry jam. Ukrainian cherry varenyky often topped with honey; There are also alternative ways to make varenyky and even in some cases they are filled with kiwi or mango.
Lazy varenyky Polish style, garnished with cinnamon Lazy varenyky (Russian: ленивые вареники, Ukrainian: книдлі) in Russian and Ukrainian cuisine are gnocchi-shaped dumplings made by mixing farmer cheese with egg and flour into quick dough. The cheese-based dough is formed into a long sausage about 2 cm thick, which is cut diagonally into gnocchi, called galushki in Russian, halushky in Ukrainian or kopytka in Polish. The dumplings are then quickly boiled in salted water and served with sour cream or melted butter. The name "lazy varenyky" faithfully reflects the very quick preparation time of the dish: it usually takes ten to fifteen minutes from assembling the simple ingredients to serving the cooked dumplings.
Monumental varenyky A monument to varenyky was inaugurated in Cherkasy, Ukraine in September 2006. The monument was erected at the entrance to a hotel shows Cossack Mamay (a Ukrainian folklore hero whose fondness for varenyky was narrated by both Taras Shevchenko and Nikolay Gogol) eating varenyky from an earthenware pot, with a huge crescent-shaped varenyk behind him. In 1991, a roadside monument with a giant pierogi (a variant of varenyky) was erected in the village of Glendon in Alberta, Canada.