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Urgently need a recipe for- prazoki - polish meal

14 Oct 2006 /  #1
People please help to find a recepie for - prazoki, looked already everywhere, no chance.... spelling should be correct... because it was a polish person who told me about it....., lots of recepies for - pierogi.. dont know if that is the same thing.... so please help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thanks alot
bolo 2 | 304  
14 Oct 2006 /  #2
Hmm - don't know what "prazoki" means? Are you sure it's something Polish?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
14 Oct 2006 /  #3
bolo 2 | 304  
14 Oct 2006 /  #4
Still enigma for me :).
OP jezebell  
14 Oct 2006 /  #5
wow thats weird................ cos thats a polish person who spells it like tha... wel will have to ask ask again thanks anyway for reply
krysia 23 | 3,058  
14 Oct 2006 /  #6
Who it that Polish person????!!!!!!!
Ask that Polish person, who's so smart, to describe what this thing looks or tastes like.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
15 Oct 2006 /  #7
It's those little dumpling things. I think. Made of potatoes or flour.
15 Oct 2006 /  #8
maybe prazonki?
OP jezebell  
15 Oct 2006 /  #9
prazonki? can u tell me what r they made of.... cos maybe thats it... who knows? im still confused .thanks 4 reply anyway

so r they jst dumplings, so i jst need to look for pierogi recepie instead, ye?
krysia 23 | 3,058  
15 Oct 2006 /  #10
Prażonki. Yes that's it.
Here is a recipe for Prażonki:
4 pounds potatoes
18 oz. sausage
8 oz. bacon
16 oz. onion
8 cabbage leaves
1.5 tsp. salt
1 tsp. pepper

1. Peel and boil potatoes. Slice them. Slice the sausage. Slice the onion then cut in half. Dice the bacon. Divide into 3 portions.
2. Rub the bottoms and sides of a big pot with bacon and spread 5 cabbage leaves inside. On the bottom put one portion of the potatoes, pepper, sausage, onions and bacon. Pat it all down. Repeat the same with the two remaining portions. Add the salt and pepper. Cover the top with 3 cabbage leaves. Put in oven for 50-55 min. at 400.

3. When done, take off and discard the top leaves and serve from the pot.

Traditional prażonki are done in a fire covered very tightly with rocks to hold it down. Then it is served on cabbage leaves.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
15 Oct 2006 /  #11
We got there in the end !!!!!!!!!!

One person asks a question and I get a recipe. Yum, Yum.
krysia 23 | 3,058  
15 Oct 2006 /  #12
Guess what I'm having for dinner today?
Well, I'm off to the store to buy some ingredients.....
plg 17 | 263  
15 Oct 2006 /  #13
your better with the a traditional scottish dish ....can you guess it

mince and tatties-nope

KEBAB with all the trimmings (salad and sauce)


plg 17 | 263  
15 Oct 2006 /  #14

OP jezebell  
15 Oct 2006 /  #15
wellllllll thanks alot for the recepie........... i think i got the best help from this forum and u that i could ever ask for!!!!!!!!!!!!!:)
22 Oct 2006 /  #16
1. have almost cooked potatoes
2. get rid of the majority of water but you need to leave some ta the bottom of the pot
3. add 3-4 spoons of flower and let it cook for another 5 to 10 minutes
4. get rid of allthe water and smash the potatoes with the flower (ugniesc je nalezy razem z maka)]
5. on the plate and on top you can add some fried smoked bacon with onion
5 Nov 2006 /  #17
what u making r GOWOMPKI !! PYEROGI r like little pasties with soft outer & usualy filled
with mashed potato,onions & bacon chopped or sauerkraut or anything that takes your fancy.When boiled and floated to the top mum used to make up squfarky and tip it over

them like a sauce. Absolutely curla da moe!!!!
mw78 3 | 29  
20 Aug 2009 /  #18
prazonki is really good stuff!!
not very well known around poland, should be cooked in a pot on a fire outside and served with maslankja or kefyr.

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