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Mazuryky are a traditional Ukrainian dish, that is a small turkey sausage with cheese and butter. They were most common in northwestern Ukraine, especially in Volyn. Usually served with potato garnish in the form of boiled potatoes or deruny (potato pancakes).


  • Turkey meat — 1 kg,
  • 5 Eggs,
  • Grated cheese — 50 g,
  • Butter — 100 g and an additional 100 g for frying,
  • Milk — 50 g,
  • Flour or ground crackers — 50 g,
  • Garlic — 50 g,
  • Salt, pepper.

The cooking process

  1. Preparation of minced meat. Pass the turkey meat through a meat grinder. Grate the cheese. Then mix the meat, grated cheese, eggs, milk and 100 g of butter in a bowl. Add salt and pepper.
  2. Form the small sausages from the minced meat and roll them in breadcrumbs or flour.
  3. Melt butter in a frying pan and fry mazuryky on it.
  4. Sprinkle the finished dish with finely chopped garlic and serve hot.

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