What do you have for Sunday's dinner?

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      Just curious about what people from different countries have for Sunday's family's dinner 

      Yesterday I spent over 4 hours making cheese (curd) vareniki (a.k.a. pierogi, dumplings) for today's dinner for all family. I did over 100 pieces 

      They looks like that (not boiled yet):
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      I eat tortilla like everyday recently  I make it with chicken, tomatos, mayonnaise, cucumbers and peppers 
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      Sounds tasty  I like this kind of food and make it different every time, using recieps from different countries
      How do you cook it, Sommi?
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      Steak, Mac n cheese, baked potatoes , dinner rolls, cherry cobbler for dessert  (but i am coming to your house for dinner  ). Thanks for sharing, it looks very tasty  .
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      real Hungarian stuffed cabbage dish. very tasty and filling.

      If you want to be prepared as described in the recipe. 
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      rena35 wrote:

      Steak, Mac n cheese, baked potatoes , dinner rolls, cherry cobbler for dessert  (but i am coming to your house for dinner  ). Thanks for sharing, it looks very tasty  .


      You are welcome any Sunday, Rena! Will make more pieces with different stuff
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      On Sunday, goulash soup for lunch, which is very original Hungarian dish matter...
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      coffee0691 wrote:

      On Sunday, goulash soup for lunch, which is very original Hungarian dish matter...


      I love the goulash soup, very tasty and simple dish. 
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      real Hungarian stuffed cabbage dish. very tasty and filling.

      If you want to be prepared as described in the recipe. 


      Do you stuff the cabbage with minced meat and rice? Because it looks like our Sarma (Turks have something similar), we use pickled cabbage leafs stuffed with meet and rice.
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      Anchi wrote:

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      real Hungarian stuffed cabbage dish. very tasty and filling.

      If you want to be prepared as described in the recipe. 


      Do you stuff the cabbage with minced meat and rice? Because it looks like our Sarma (Turks have something similar), we use pickled cabbage leafs stuffed with meet and rice.


      yeah yeah, cabbage leaf filled with rice and meat. I did not know that Turks eat cabbage.
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      Gabi18 wrote:

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      Do you stuff the cabbage with minced meat and rice? Because it looks like our Sarma (Turks have something similar), we use pickled cabbage leafs stuffed with meet and rice.


      yeah yeah, cabbage leaf filled with rice and meat. I did not know that Turks eat cabbage.


      We call it "golubtsi", cabbage leafs with rice and meat, cooked in tomato souse.
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      Do you stuff the cabbage with minced meat and rice? Because it looks like our Sarma (Turks have something similar), we use pickled cabbage leafs stuffed with meet and rice.


      yeah yeah, cabbage leaf filled with rice and meat. I did not know that Turks eat cabbage.


      We call it "golubtsi", cabbage leafs with rice and meat, cooked in tomato souse.



      I'm glad that I'm learning new things here on the forum.
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      sirin wrote:

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      Do you stuff the cabbage with minced meat and rice? Because it looks like our Sarma (Turks have something similar), we use pickled cabbage leafs stuffed with meet and rice.


      yeah yeah, cabbage leaf filled with rice and meat. I did not know that Turks eat cabbage.


      We call it "golubtsi", cabbage leafs with rice and meat, cooked in tomato souse.


      We don't add tomato souse to our dish, it cooks in its own juices.Yummy!!
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      It seems we have to name this dish like "Cabbage International", it's inetersting, is it cooked somewhere abroad Europe?
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      sirin wrote:

      It seems we have to name this dish like "Cabbage International", it's inetersting, is it cooked somewhere abroad Europe?


      I've never heard of it but it does sound really delicious.

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