Nalysnyky or Налисники [nah-less-neh-keh] are absolutely my favourite Ukrainian dish. My mom calls them “nallies.” You can’t make it in the Instant Pot. So, this is the first non-pressure cooker recipe.
It’s worth the effort. These delicate crepes are filled with cheese and dill, smothered in cream and baked in the oven.
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With morel mushrooms in season, it’s time for this simple recipe – easier to make in a pan than in the Instant Pot because I’m using fresh mushrooms. For a dried mushroom recipe for winter, check out Instant Pot Pidpenky – Dried mushrooms with gravy. This side dish has cream with dill and green onions. Serve it with roasted meats, perohe or egg noodles.
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This recipe will curdle. It’s just a fact of pressure cooking dairy with the Instant Pot. But, it totally works out in the end, and no one will know about the (deliberately curdled) disaster. Plus, it’s made in half the time. Chicken and vegetables are cooked separately with a pot-in-pot.
Chicken cooked in cream is a standard Ukrainian Sunday dinner. This manages itself into a one-pot dinner in about an hour.
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