Sausage and cabbage in a butter dill sauce

Today’s recipe is a great idea for a fast, tasty and low-carb dinner. Cabbage is cooked until soft in a delicate butter dill sauce. It tastes amazing on its own but I decided to top it with some fried kielbasa to add some proteins and make it a full meal. It always amazes me how…

Lemon dill tilapia

There goes my first fish recipe 🙂 I like fish in general but here are some kinds I’m not the biggest fan of. Which is kind of funny because I’m from a town surrendered by the lakes where you can get the most delicious smoke trout there is. No matter how many times my mom…

Stuffed zucchini

Today’s recipe will surely become one of your favorites if you like zucchini. They are in season right now which means they are crispy, delicious and sun-ripened. It’s a perfect lunch or dinner idea which will keep you satisfied without feeling too full. It’s a great low-carb meal and to make it even healthier you…

Goulash

Goulash is a stew made of vegetables and meat. It originates from Hungary and it’s a traditional dish, if not the symbol of the country but is also very popular in Eastern Europe. So is paprika, one of the ingredients of the goulash. I love Budapest and I think it’s absolutely gorgeous. Back in college…

Pierogi with meat

There are so many varieties of pierogi. If you’re looking for savory, more filling ones meat pierogi are an excellent choice. A lot of soups I make have chicken legs, wings or pork ribs in them. Instead of throwing them out you can use them as pierogi stuffing. I started with making pierogi dough according…

Pork chops

Pork chops are such a classic. I like the thin ones, fried until crispy, the most. I got a lot of great tips from my mom on how to fry them. When I was growing up we were having these for dinner at least once a week. I love them with sauerkraut or a cabbage…

Potato pancakes

That’s not a secret that potato is a star of many Eastern European meals. Potato pancakes though, while very popular, aren’t specific just to Slavic countries, they can also be found in Sweden, Great Britain and Jewish tradition. You can top them with variety of condiments- sweet like sugar or applesauce or savory like fried…