I’m sure I’ve said that lots of recipes posted on Food Wishes were “my favorite,” but this time I really, really mean it. These simple, pan-fried Polish potato and cheese dumplings were my absolute favorite thing to eat as a kid, and I’m finally posting the official family recipe. I don’t know how authentic these are compared to what you might get in Poland, but my grandmother, Sophie, was 100% Polish, so I’m thinking these are pretty close.Having said that, I am tweaking the recipe a little bit by adding some sautéed onions, which are very a very traditional ingredient but for whatever reason weren’t included in her version. I’m not sure if that’s because they didn’t agree with someone in the family or if there was some kind of onion shortage in New York City when they immigrated, but I really think they’re a wonderful addition, both in the filling as well as for a garnish on top.Speaking of the filling, if you’re not into potato and cheese, you can stuff these with all kinds of different mixtures, but don’t ask me for any recommendations, since I’ve never made any other version. I’m sure there are some very delicious ones out there, but some things you just want to be exactly like you had it growing up. Except for the onions. Anyway, whether you adapt these to your tastes or not, I really hope you give them a try soon. Enjoy!