Original recipe yields 12 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
My mother-in-law from Poland and I have watched and learned how to make it. Only changes I do are - I use 60% ground beef to 40% ground pork. Basically like what some would use for a meat loaf...
A great starter recipe. I used 1.5 pounds of ground beef and 1 pound of ground pork. Since I reduced the portion of meat, I also reduced the amount of rice to 1.5cups. To perk up the flavor I us...
I love these! Although , I do not bake mine. I just let them simmer in tomato sauce for about an hour. They are great with sour cream!
I will definitely be making this again!!! Because some of the other reviewers said it came out bland, I did add some spices to the meat mixture as well as the can of V8 others suggested. I put...
It is spelled Gwumpkies in polish. Great recipe. As for the critical review this recipe is very traditional except for the sage pork sausage and comes from poor regions in the old country (Europ...
Delecious and filling. Great meal for a dish to pass gathering. I like to add some V/8 for a little spicer dish
My version only uses turkey or beef, but this is a winner! My mom is of Lithuanian descent, and these are always a special treat for dinner!
Exactly the way my mother makes it. Like the above reviewer,I also add V-8 juice, it really makes a difference!
Great recipe! Never had them, never made them before, and they turned out awesome! Added V8 and some additional spices as suggested by others.