Zurek is very similar to white borsch, its a sour soup with white sausage, potato, onions, garlic, and polish herbs
hmm, what is de volaille? whatever it is, it looks good.
its a chicken kiev, but made from chicken breast (instead of processed chicken meat)
what is de volaille
it is chicken breast (i dont know whether this is the official name of this part of a chicken's body) rolled with some cheese, a slice of pepper or other vegetable. it is battered and fried
originally it has garlic or parsley butter inside, or fried champignions
best eaten a day after it is made :)
and truly "enjoyed" the next day :-)
it has to be cooked for many hours first and tastes better with each reheating.
there is nothing better than bigos ;) served piping hot with a slice of fresh cripsy polish bread yum yum yum
also recommend Goblaki .. yum :)
Golabki - mince pork with cooked rice and seasoning, wrapped in a cabbage leaf served in tomato sauce and potato mash on the side.
I heard that many years ago this dish was called "pigs in blankets" (now its a sausage rolled in bacon strip)