Category Archives: Second Course

Cabbage rolls with potato and mushrooms


Today we invite you to cook yummy Ukrainian holubtsi with lean yet very nourishing filling made using potatoes and your favorite mushrooms. The recipe is lent-friendly and easy-to-follow, so it deserves your attention.

If you want to try one more lean...

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Varenyky with salted farm cheese filling


Varenyky is a popular traditional dish that every Ukrainian ate growing up. This is the dish of our great-grandparents, grandparents, parents, children, and next generations of Ukrainians.

Here's the idea of diversifying this dish that is so familiar to...

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Vegetarian cabbage rolls with buckwheat

Cabbage rolls (holubtsi in Ukrainian) are a dish consisting of cabbage leaves wrapped around different fillings. Though this dish is rather time-consuming to make, it’s totally worth the work.

Meatless cabbage rolls are just as delicious as the meat ones and can be served...

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Roasted duck with apples and honey

Impressive holiday roast.

Baked duck is a delicious, nourishing, and useful dish. It is usually the centerpiece of the festive table, embodying peace, abundance, and family welfare.

Whether you serve it for Christmas, New Year, Easter, etc. it makes family...

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Zucchini fritters with herbs and garlic


When summer is in full swing and markets are loaded with fresh courgettes, it would be a crime to not enjoy these fabulous veggies. And we have a stunning recipe for squash pancakes with fragrant herbs and a light garlicky flavor.

These fritters are...

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