Kluski

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Kluski
Appetizer, main, dessert
Place of origin:
Poland
Serving temperature:
Hot
Main ingredient(s):
Unleavened dough
Variations:
minced meat
Recipes at Wikibooks:
Cookbook Kluski
Media at Wikimedia Commons:
Wikimedia Commons  Kluski
 
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Kluski
Appetizer, main, dessert
Place of origin:
Poland
Serving temperature:
Hot
Main ingredient(s):
Unleavened dough
Variations:
minced meat
Recipes at Wikibooks:
Cookbook Kluski
Media at Wikimedia Commons:
Wikimedia Commons  Kluski

Kluski (singular: klusek or kluska) is a generic Polish name for all kinds of soft, mushy dumplings, usually without a filling. At times the word also refers to noodles and pasta as well, especially when they are served in soup. Kluski are distinct from pierogi and stand-alone pasta dishes. There are many different types of kluski, differing in basic ingredients and preparation method. Some of the most popular include:

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  1. ^ [1] How to make Silesian dumplings