Baked Polish Sausage and Onion

Baked Polish Sausage and Onion is my idea for May Saturday’s lunch. Sausage is an important part of Polish cuisine:) There is a great range of different sausage types and Poles love: baking them, cooking, frying and grilling. Actually grilling is a new religion in Poland:) 1st and 3rd May are bank holidays in Poland, …

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Polish Vegetable Salad

Sałatka Jarzynowa I remember from my childhood that Polish Vegetable Salad – sałatka jarzynowa – was a must for each Easter, Christmas, birthdays and – very popular those times in Poland – name days. In the 80-ties mayonnaise was hard to get in stores, so we used to prepare it at home. It was fun …

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Polish Tripe Soup – Flaki

Either you love or hate it. Polish Tripe Soup – Flaki has lots of proponents and the same number of opponents:) Several years ago it was a standard starter on weddings, nowadays you are usually faced with a choice: tripe soup or chicken soup (Rosół recipe).I always take Flaki! 🙂 For me using tripes, liver …

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Uszka for Borscht

Small Dumplings with Sauerkraut and Wild Mushrooms Uszka for Borscht are perfect for Christmas Eve to be served with beets borscht. If you want to cook borscht with dumplings you need to plan it in advance, check it here: http://cookinpolish.com/beetroot-borscht/.

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Kvas/ Leaven for Borscht

Zakwas na Barszcz If you plan to cook natural, healthy and delicious Polish beets Borscht, for example for Polish traditional Christmas Eve, you need to prepare beets kvas/ leaven for borscht few days before. Kvas is actually a water from fermented beets. From this amounts of ingredients you will get about 2 portions od kvas …

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