One traditional dish for Wigilia is meatless golabki. In fact, all of Wigilia dishes are meatless. However, I didn't grow up with meatless golabki for Wigilia, and could not find a clear recipe either online or in any of the 4 Polish Cookbooks I own. So, I made one up based on what I thought would taste good together and some traditional Polish ingredients.
I served the golabki with my own mushroom gravy. The dish was a hit with all 3 generations of my family. Even my picky 5 year old loved it.
So, I wanted to share it with others who might be looking for ideas for Wigilia dishes, everyday Vegetarian dishes, or even for a frugal dish to stretch the family food budget.
one Cabbage head
Potatoes, peeled, diced and boiled
2 packs of Mushrooms, stems only, diced and cooked until no liquid remains
2 Egg yolks (I merely was using them instead of another egg since I had left over yolks from baking cookies)
1/2 Onion, diced and caramelized in butter
1 Carrot, diced and boiled until soft
1/2 teaspoon Vegeta (but you could use salt and pepper instead)
2 tablespoons Sour Cream
a couple of sprigs of fresh Parsley, chopped