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Does anyone out there have an authentic Pyza recipe?  Pyza is a polish food, although I believe it was derived from Germany!  It's kind of a doughy/potato outside with ground meat in the int
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Re: Pierogies and Pyza

posted at 7/9/2011 5:01 AM EDT
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Sorry, I have never heard of Pyza.  I have had Pierogies and liked them.

Re: Pierogies and Pyza

posted at 7/9/2011 6:59 AM EDT
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I was all set to ask my German girlfriend if she knew of the recipe, but I see that you found it. Great! Looks like another delicious ethnic recipe to try. Thanks!

Re: Pierogies and Pyza

posted at 7/11/2011 1:04 PM EDT
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Hi Tammy here is a link http://www.tastingpoland.com/food/polish_food_first_courses.html#pyzy Is it possible it is PYZY and not PYZA ? This is a potato dumpling and some times stuffed with meat,I have yet to find a meat filling recipe I'll keep looking I hope this helps?

Re: Pierogies and Pyza

posted at 7/11/2011 1:20 PM EDT
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   http://easteuropeanfood.about.com/od/pierogifillings/Pierog_Fillings.htm Hi Tammy here are some diffferent pierogi fillings including meat maybe these could be used with the Pyzy recipe.What I'm getting is the recipe is not well know here in the USA that's why it's almost impossible to find recipes,it's one of those recipes that are learned and not written down.A heirloom recipe,My Grandma died when I was five and I know I missed out on a lot of great recipes also.

Re: Pierogies and Pyza

posted at 7/11/2011 1:57 PM EDT
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i never heard of  a pyza. go to cooking.com you might find it there. good luck

Re: Pierogies and Pyza

posted at 7/17/2011 10:15 PM EDT
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Thank you for the recipes.  I printed them.  Will try them in the fall.
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