An egg is a symbol of life. It’s an inevitable symbol of Easter, part of the Easter tradition. We dye eggs, decorate them and these pisanki and kraszanki we display all over the house for Easter. Decorating eggs is also a great time spend with children and family, time to recollect family tradition and just be together. We eat a lot of eggs for Easter:) We stuff hard boiled Easter eggs with yolk mixed with mayonnaise or make more complicated, for example stuffed with mushrooms and onion and pan fried in egg shells.Continue reading “Easter Eggs”
Polish Żurek is a soup traditionally prepared for Easter. In some Polish families White Borsch is cooked instead of Żurek, the difference is Kvas/ sourdough that is used. For Żurek- rye sourdough, for Borsch – wheat sour starter.
If you plan to cook traditional Polish Sour Soup Żurek, you need a rye sourdough. You can buy one in Polish store or – I encourage you to- make one at home. It takes few days for the fermentation to make it job, so few days before making Żurek, follow these instructions: http://cookinpolish.com/sourdough-for-sour-soup-zakwas-na-zurek/.Continue reading “Polish Sour Soup Żurek”