|Italian Vegetarian Cookery|
|by Paola Gavin|
Each of Italy's 19 regions has a distinct culinary style, many with a strong vegetarian tradition.
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Put flour, cheese, ... dough. When all pierogis are cut, drop ... sprinkle with cinnamon if you like. Or pour a mushroom sauce over them. Serves 4 to 6.
Cook noodles according to directions; drain. Melt butter in large saucepan. Add onion and cook just until tender but not browned. Add sauerkraut and ...
Cook kraut, apple, beer, onion, pepper in heavy sauce pan until all liquid is gone. Mix in brown sugar, hot cooked noodles and butter. It's really ...
Boil noodles until al denté, drain and place in large casserole bowl. Cut bacon into 1" pieces and cook in fry pan until done. Remove the bacon from ...
Cook noodles and set aside. Saute cut up bacon, drain off fat; set aside. Saute mushrooms and onions in butter. Add cream of mushroom soup ...
Put cheese through a food mill; combine it with eggs, salt and butter; then work in the flour. Toss dough onto a floured board and form into a roll 1 ...
Fry ground beef ... stir fry, add pierogi and fry on ... Fold in 1/2 and press the edges together. Cook 6 minutes in salted water. Fry in melted butter.
Mix together dough ... little flour). Layer pierogi on platter separated ... onions are transparent. Serve hot with polish sausage or your favorite side dish.
Prepare Polish sausage as directed on package. While sausage is boiling, saute chopped onions in butter until they just start to turn brown. Add ...
Cook potatoes. While still hot mash and add cheese. Beat with mixer. Saute onions in melted butter until soft. Add 1/3 of onion-butter mixture to ...
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