Liver and onion

Liver and onion has its origins in Jewish cuisine. Jewish culture has been alive in Polish culture for centuries and has influenced also Polish cuisine. Liver and onion is the most popular way of preparing liver.

If you prefer lighter approach you may like Liver salad with strawberries recipe, which will be published on my blog soon:)

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Lenten Cabbage with mushrooms/ Kapusta postna

Lenten cabbage with mushrooms is usually served on Christmas Eve, but it is also popular dish during Lent. Healthy, sour – enjoy!

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Sweet Sauerkraut soup/ Byczki

This is not a popular soup in Poland nowadays, but this is a soup my grandma was cooking years ago. Her roots were in Eastern Poland, she was born on the area, which after a II Worlds War has become a Belarus territory.

The taste is sweet and sour, one of my favorites.

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Local market in Warsaw-Bazar Szembeka

Szembeka Market was open in 1944. It is located in Grochów- district of Warsaw which is on the right side of Vistula River. People from many other places come to this place every Saturday for best quality vegetables, meat from local producers, eggs, bread, fish, but also clothing, second hand old products, Chinese products and actually whatever you could imagine.

You don’t see many queues nowadays, but not there- there are sellers with people queuing almost always.

Bazar Szembeka is open from Monday to Saturday from early morning till 4-5 p.m.

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Sauerkraut salad/ Kapusta kiszona

Sauerkraut salad is a great immune support during autumn and winter, is a source of vitamins and probiotics. It makes good job for your intestines and your skin condition. You can eat it when you are on diet or just want to stay healthy.

Remember to buy sauerkraut from trusted seller, as it can be cheated and added vinegar instead of traditional longer procedure of fermentation.

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Smoked mackerel bread spread/ Pasta z makreli

Mackerel is a taste of my childhood. During communism in Poland there was a shortage of food and almost no choice in stores. Now there is a whole variety of fish species to choose from, but mackerel is still the most popular smoked fish in Poland.

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“Russian” dumplings/ Pierogi ruskie

Dumplings are cooked in many East and Central European countries, maybe this is about being Slovian, maybe they are just so tasty and we know how to prepare them:)

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