I personally like to prepare meatless meals on Wednesdays and Fridays for the duration of the Great Lent, as well the whole Holy Week, which is the week before Easter Sunday.
It actually is healthy to give our system a break from the weekly meat consumption, and introduce some vegetarian or seafood dishes instead.
Christmas Eve has passed for some, but many of my family and friends are still looking forward to celebrate this holiday on January 6th and 7th.
I have been asked if there might be a suitable grain to prepare a gluten free Kutia dish for Christmas Eve, hence this recipe today for Millet Kutia.
Once again I came across White Farmer Cheese, which is a perfect ingredient to add to mashed potatoes to create filling for Ukrainian Varenyky (Polish Pierogi), or Palushy, also known as Gnocchi, or Lazy Varenyky (Pierogi).
Recently one of my readers inquired about some possibilities of creating varenyky dough from gluten-free flour, as they love these dumplings, but are seriously allergic to wheat.
I took their suggestion as a challenge for myself, and today I used White Rice flour to make the dough, and mashed Sweet Potatoes filling.