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Naturally gorgeous eggs make springtime celebrations pretty–and tasty. Or at the very least, you can say you’ve got a turducken omelette on the go.
Handy, tasty and easy to prepare, the traditional Karelian Piirakkaa is a Finnish staple that’s like a bizarre cross between a sandwich and a pierogi.
Posted by: Alisa Gordaneer on Thursday, April 7th, 2011
Categories: Guidance | Tags: butter, eggs, filling, Finland., Finnish, Karelia, Karelian, mashed potato, perogy, pierogi, pies, piirakkaa, rice, rye flour, sandwich, traditional | 6 Comments »
From crispy snack to quick curry accompaniment, beaten rice (poha) is a fast and easy staple.