Written by Max Jandora
Frgal is a pie-shaped pastry from the Wallachian region of Eastern Moravia. Three hundred years ago, you might find frgal filled with sauerkraut or beets, but now it is a predominantly sweet treat, filled with plum, pear jam or poppy seed and other typical Czech flavors.
Please Note: There are several regional variants of this recipe. This is one of them.
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