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Serve up these confited and pan-roasted nugget potatoes smothered with chili for a tastier take on the New Jersey classic.

Serve up these confited and pan-roasted nugget potatoes smothered with chili for a tastier take on the New Jersey classic.

Pork Pierogi - A nutmeg-flavored pork filling is reminiscent of Christmastime.--I would change up ingredients to try to make it healthier

Pork Pierogi - A nutmeg-flavored pork filling is reminiscent of Christmastime.--I would change up ingredients to try to make it healthier

Kopytka (literally "little hooves") are a kind of potato dumpling. They are very similar to gnocchi although they are typically served baked with cheese, fried bacon or onion. The dish is a part of Belarusian, Lithuanian and Polish cuisines.

Kopytka (literally "little hooves") are a kind of potato dumpling. They are very similar to gnocchi although they are typically served baked with cheese, fried bacon or onion. The dish is a part of Belarusian, Lithuanian and Polish cuisines.

Shortcut Pierogies – Save your traditional pierogi recipe for another day! This easy version takes just 15 minutes to prepare. Serve with sour cream and satisfy.

Shortcut Pierogies – Save your traditional pierogi recipe for another day! This easy version takes just 15 minutes to prepare. Serve with sour cream and satisfy.

If I had to eat only one thing for the rest of my life, it just might be this. My grandmother could make placki like no one else, but she stopped cooking years ago. I looked far and wide for a recipe that sounded like hers. Many recipes call for large shreds of potato or didn't include onion. Finally I found something I thought my work and decided to make them on Christmas morning for my family. My grandmother said it all: "Good placki!" I'm glad I can keep the tradition alive.

If I had to eat only one thing for the rest of my life, it just might be this. My grandmother could make placki like no one else, but she stopped cooking years ago. I looked far and wide for a recipe that sounded like hers. Many recipes call for large shreds of potato or didn't include onion. Finally I found something I thought my work and decided to make them on Christmas morning for my family. My grandmother said it all: "Good placki!" I'm glad I can keep the tradition alive.

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