Polish Lard with Cracklings

Smalczyk – Polish Pork Lard with Cracklings is made of pork fat, you need to agree: it is not healthy. But as the fat carries a flavor – it is also goood:) Tastes best on rye bread with pickled cucumbers. Yummy. In Poland lard is served in restaurants with polish traditional food, as a pre-starter. …

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Homemade Polish Paprykarz

Few days ago I prepared Homemade Polish Paprykarz. In Poland during PRL you could buy Paprykarz Szczeciński, which was low quality fish spread with rice. You could take it with you for camping or holidays abroad:) Bulgaria was popular destination in 1980ties, because of the fact that Poland and Bulgaria were under the same communistic …

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Polish Half Sour Cucumbers

Ogórki małosolne This is a classic of Polish seasonal cuisine:) Fresh and healthy Polish half sour fermented cucumbers are easy to prepare and delicious. Once you try them – you’ll love them. Małosolne often accompany vodka and herring with onion on old style meetings:) During PRL you were not supposed to buy only vodka in …

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Zapiekanka – Roasted Baguette

One of the first street foods and fast foods in Poland, with origins in communistic 80ties. Zapiekanka – Roasted Baguette originally was prepared with onion, champignons, cheese and ketchup. Check also my other version of zapiekanka with salami, onions and 3 types of cheese. Try more of my PRL Polish cuisine’ recipes, you may like …

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Polish Spring Cottage Cheese

First vegetables available in spring- radishes and spring onions are the basis of my favorite Polish spring cottage cheese. I use both radishes and radish sprouts. Sprouts are rich in minerals and can be easily grown at home. In Poland we use dry write cheese – farmers cheese – Twaróg. It is easy available in …

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