Kulebiak originates from Russia but it is also traditionally baked as one of the dishes to celebrate Christmas Eve dinner in Poland (vegetarian, with mushrooms and cabbage)). This meat Kulebiak version is popular as a lunch/dinner dish in eastern Poland. It is not hard to make using ready puff pastry sheets. Served sliced, hot or cold with a side of salad.
This Indian Butter Chicken dish is a crowd pleaser and one of the simplest curry dishes to make. The sauce is fantastic and can be eaten without the meat, just add rice or naan. There is no butter in this recipe. The buttery flavor comes from full fat yogurt and cream.
Chicken marsala recipe is an Italian classic that never disappoints. Fantastic blend of flavors-sweet Marsala wine, mushrooms and slightly picante seasonings. Great dish for all tastes. Family favorite.
“Cordon Bleu” means “blue ribbon” and the term applies to food prepared to a very high standard by outstanding cooks. This recipe originates from Switzerland and all of its variations involve a cutlet, cheese, and meat (usually ham). It is elegant and impressive but not hard to make.
Slow cooker stuffed cabbage is comforting and it feeds the crowd. Perfectly seasoned with delicious tomato sauce. Great recipe originating in Poland adapted for slow cooker for convenience.
Chicken tenders make a fast and delicious weekday dinner. They are simple to prepare and always come out perfect. Family favorite, will satisfy even the pickiest eaters.