Originally these buns were supposed to be with creme cheese and raisins but male part of my family prefers apple over cheese so I had to compromise. Most of the dough was used to make the apple ones but I prepared some for me and my mom with cheese too. I set the dough to rise overnight in the fridge so enjoyed warm product with my morning coffee :). My recipe comes from here. Enjoy!
WordPress.com released new sharing options. Finally there is a PRINT option on my blog. It is still not perfect but I appreciate that they do something to improve the blogs.
So to print the recipes correctly select the part of the post you want to have printed, choose the option “selection” in your printer window and voila! If you forget the selection you will have 2 additional pages of print containing the top of the page and the links on the bottom.
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Today another polish dish called gołąbki (literally pigeons) or cabbage rolls. According to Wikipedia there is an unverified story or myth that the Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland Casimir IV Jagiellon fed his army with gołąbki before a key battle of the Thirteen Years’ War outside of Marienburg Castle (Malbork) against the Teutonic Order around 1465. Polish rumor has it, that victory over the Teutonic Order was partially credited to strength of the hearty meal of gołąbki given to the allied Polish and Prussian troops. The castle was not conquered, though, but turned over later. Whether it’s a myth or not, I really like this dish. My mom makes it with minced meat and rice but one can also add mushrooms to the mix.