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Most important meal of the day (Polish breakfast recipes)


Kocham cie 10 | 7  
28 Nov 2008 /  #1
Hi,

Any good (somewhat simple) breakfast recipes?

Thanks

Sarah
osiol 55 | 3,922  
28 Nov 2008 /  #3
I had flaki for breakfast once. You don't want a recipe for that.
Hmmm... breakfast recipes - is that "How to boil an egg"?

I heard a story about a man in Mexico putting a sandwich bag filled with water directly onto hot embers. The bag didn't rupture are fall open. It gradually came to the boil, the man popped an egg in it for three minutes or so, then removed the bag, shelled and ate the egg, and folded the bag up and put it in his pocket ready for next time.

Some people will believe anything. Flaki for breakfast? Surely not!
plk123 8 | 4,150  
28 Nov 2008 /  #4
Some people will believe anything. Flaki for breakfast? Surely not!

that really depends on how much wódka one might have had the night "before".
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
28 Nov 2008 /  #5
Why not? Flaki would make a reasonable breakfast. I love the soft texture of the meat and the fiery broth which it lies in. Flaki is underrated. Maybe it's cuz I like haggis too. Haggis is very tasty.

Breakfast tomorrow? Hmm, hard-boiled eggs and tomatoes on Polish bread, with cheese slices. Polish bread would be so much better if it actually lasted more than a day. It's so tasty fresh.
polishgirltx  
28 Nov 2008 /  #6
Flaki for breakfast? Surely not!

if i want to have flaki for breakfast, i have it...
if i want to have scrambled eggs for dinner, i have it...
if i want to have sushi for breakfast, lunch and dinner, i have it...
;)
mafketis 24 | 8,727  
28 Nov 2008 /  #7
I would never have flaki for breakfast or as a hangover cure. I absolutely will gulp flaki down after drinking too much (it's more a hangover preventitive than a cure).

My former routine after too much premium or krakus (prestige vodkas of the early 90's)

1. stagger into kitchen
2. pop open jar of flaki
3. slurp into pan
4. heat till boiling
5. wait a minute you pathetic drunk or you'll burn your tongue!
6. slurp down flaki
7. fall into bed
8. wake up to a bright and beautiful world!
9. resist gagging while dealing with empty flaki jar
plk123 8 | 4,150  
28 Nov 2008 /  #8
polishgirltx

what, no toast? 8)
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
28 Nov 2008 /  #9
Sushi, now there's a plan. I sometimes have it for breakfast thanks to my talented young fiancee. With various fillings. Not like I had in Japan in terms of variety but comparable taste-wise. It's so expensive in Europe.

Go with the flow pgtx, that's the way. I like soups for breakfast when the mood takes it. Barszcz, yummy
gdj67 15 | 154  
28 Nov 2008 /  #10
Toast and marmite - done!
tornado2007 11 | 2,274  
28 Nov 2008 /  #11
Bread.......... Toaster, three minutes............. Butter, Marmite, knife........... spread the butter and the marmite while the toast is still hot, you really want to smell those flavours melting into each other as the cool butter and marmite hit the crispy toast............. cut............ Toast with Butter and Marmite, DONE!
osiol 55 | 3,922  
28 Nov 2008 /  #12
that really depends on how much wódka one might have had the night "before".

What's "a flippin' shedload" in Polish?

The flaki made a pleasant change from bread, sausage and ham... for a while. I think the bready stuff was the second course.
Seanus 15 | 19,706  
28 Nov 2008 /  #13
Marmite, yummy. Bovril is good too. Vegemite is also addictive.

A flippin shedload? Kurwa dużo chyba

You are the expert, hun. I can come near you in some ways, especially when it's non-grammatical. However, I trust your judgement more than mine.

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