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Recipes for a Polish dish


clairejane 1 | 5  
3 Nov 2009 /  #1
im making a meal for my boyfriend who is polish and i cant really find anything on the internet does anybody have any idea what would be a good idea. im good at cooking if i know what im doing so not to complicated please. =]
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
3 Nov 2009 /  #3
Hello clairejane,
And welcome to the Polish Forums

Click here to look at some other threads that might help you.
You can also use the search box at the top right corner of this page.

I think it is a very nice idea to cook your boyfriend some traditional dish from his country.

Best of luck.
gjene 14 | 204  
3 Nov 2009 /  #4
Have you tried looking for a recipe book that covers European recipes. There might be the odd book. Recipes like cabbage rolls and borscht are a couple that I know of. One desert would be pazcki. Oh, a 3rd dinner item would be perogi. Good luck.
OP clairejane 1 | 5  
3 Nov 2009 /  #5
hey thanks alot, the links you have given will be a very big help. seen as i dont have a clue. hopefully it will go well though =]

and lets just hope that he likes it haha

also i remembered a dish what my polish friend mentions. i cant remember what it is called but its fresh meat (uncooked) with garlic lemon.. i cant remember what the rest of the ingredients are but he said he really likes it, does anybody know what im on about? and what are you opinions on it if you do?
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
3 Nov 2009 /  #6
i cant remember what it is called but its fresh meat (uncooked) with garlic lemon..

Tatar-raw meat dish?
I don't know, I just used the search box.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
3 Nov 2009 /  #7
Suggestions for some dishes like babcia used to make:

zrazy wołowe zawijane z kaszą gryczaną i buraczkami
(Beef roll-ups with buckwheat groats and braised beetroot.)

kurczak nadziewnay po polsku z kartofelkami i mizerią
(roast chikcen with dill-flavoured bread, liver & meat stuffing with boiledpotatoes and sliced cucumbers with sour cream.)

kotlet schabowy z tłuczonymi kartoflami i kapustą duszoną
(pounded, breaded pork cutlet with mashed potatoes and stewed cabbage or sauerkraut.)

For dessert: a big (non-grandmotherly) kiss!
cheehaw 2 | 263  
3 Nov 2009 /  #8
clairejane

also i remembered a dish what my polish friend mentions. i cant remember what it is called but its fresh meat (uncooked) with garlic lemon.. i cant remember what the rest of the ingredients are but he said he really likes it, does anybody know what im on about? and what are you opinions on it if you do?

You really should not eat steak tartar these days.. unless you can get beef from very freshly slaughtered cow.. like if your neighbor kills a cow he treated very well.

Most store bought meat comes in from filthy slaughter houses these days, ecoli quite common from beef. Parasites also.

Beef on store shelves can be a year old or more, having been frozen.
OP clairejane 1 | 5  
9 Nov 2009 /  #9
thanks for the advice about the raw meat and it is that tatar. i will keep that in mind and
Polonius3 thankyou very much for the dishes they sound really good.

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