Definitions

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  • n. Alternative spelling of varenyky.

Etymologies

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From Russian вареники (varéniki)

Examples

  • The Black Sea Café was famous for its mouthwatering dumplings called vareniki and pelmeni.

    Malice

  • Dumplings, called "vareniki" in the former Soviet republic, are a staple of Ukrainian cuisine and are often stuffed with a range of fillings from mushrooms to cherries.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • A bowl of potato vareniki with caramelized onions and crème fraiche at the Outtake Bistro in LA and a plate of cloud-like silver dollar pancakes at the Fairway Café in NY.

    One For The Table: My Food List

  • A bowl of potato vareniki with caramelized onions and crème fraiche at the Outtake Bistro in LA and a plate of cloud-like silver dollar pancakes at the Fairway Café in NY.

    One For The Table: My Food List

  • It's vareniki, because they are boiled until they float.

    In praise of… pierogi | Editorial

  • Upon returning to the States and homesick for borscht, piroshki, pelmeni, vareniki, schi, vinigret, golubtsi, kvas and tvorog, I purchased a copy and begin cooking.

    Azerbaian Pilaf with Pomegranate Meatballs

  • Marina and Tanya teaching em how to make fresh raspberry vareniki in our kitchen.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Varenyky (Ukrainian) or vareniki (Russian) are derived from the word varenyk, which simply means “boiled thing,” but prefer to think of them as a less-bulky cousin of Polish pierogi.

    apricot and walnut vareniki | smitten kitchen

  • Thursday, November 8, 2007 apricot and walnut vareniki

    apricot and walnut vareniki | smitten kitchen

  • In Russia meat varieties are called pelmeni while cabbage, potato or sour cherry varieties are vareniki.

    quick potato pierogi | smitten kitchen

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