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Babcia Lipińska's naleśniki


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
16 Jul 2012 #1
For a slice of genuine Polish-American flavour, visit Granny Lipińska's ktichen and listen to the happy Polonian polka beats of the Gene Wiśniewski orchestra.
FlaglessPole 4 | 669
16 Jul 2012 #2
Should we follow the sound to get there? And how often do these polka-beating-off-the-whole-orchestra events take place in your neighborhood?
Lyzko
16 Jul 2012 #3
Naleśniki are scarcely native to Poland, but are in fact equivalent to French crepes, Jewish blintzes and Austrian/Hungarian filled palacsintok!
teflcat 5 | 1,032
16 Jul 2012 #4
All true, but my ma-in-law's naleśniki with minced beef knock any crepe or blini I've ever had into a Polish cocked hat.
Lyzko
16 Jul 2012 #5
Probably does at that, Teflcat,...... SMACZNEGO!!
boletus 30 | 1,366
16 Jul 2012 #6
All true, but my ma-in-law's naleśniki with minced beef knock any crepe or blini I've ever had into a Polish cocked hat.

Are they close to "krokiety"?

Polish 'krokiety' are usually rolled pancakes filled with meat, cabbage, cheese or mushrooms, fried in breadcrumbs. They can take longer time to prepare, but they're definitely worth it. 'Krokiety' with cabbage and mushrooms are a traditional Christmas Eve meal, but they are also served for an everyday's dinner or lunch. They go very well with beetroot soup or mushroom sauce.

polishgirlcooking.blogspot.ca/2011/07/krokiety-z-kapusta-i-grzybami-pancake.html


  • Krokiety: mushroom+sauerkraut, or meat
teflcat 5 | 1,032
16 Jul 2012 #7
Are they close to "krokiety"?

Different animal, although those are also yummy. Google Images for naleśniki z mięsem , or something like that.


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