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Black pudding & kaszanka


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
18 Jan 2012 #1
Are black pudding, Polish kaszanka and Gerrman Blutwurst more or less the same? If not, how do they differ? Which do you like best?
Zman
18 Jan 2012 #2
So you do not know how the German differ from the Polish chow?
Zman
19 Jan 2012 #4
just wait until Pol3 answers, Rybnik... He's all into the PL/G enmity
pam
19 Jan 2012 #5
all i know about black pudding, is that it is basically fat and a small amount of meat, and pigs blood. it is sto procent disgusting. was forced to try it once....never again.
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
19 Jan 2012 #6
It is a thing of genius pam :) But every each own to their tastes :)
pam
19 Jan 2012 #7
It is a thing of genius pam

it is not a thing of genius. it is just revolting food. it is on a par with flaki!!
rybnik 18 | 1,462
19 Jan 2012 #8
it is on a par with flaki!!

I love flaczki! and kaszanka too- fried with onions. Mmmmm
Polsyr 6 | 769
19 Jan 2012 #9
I also like kaszanka and flaczki...

Kaszanka has grains in it by the way...
Zman
19 Jan 2012 #10
and "czernina" is nowhere to be found anywhere here in PL noawadays....... I still would cherish it if I was offered!
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
19 Jan 2012 #11
For czernina visit the Złota Kaczka or Monidło restaurants of Poznań. Smacznego!
rybnik 18 | 1,462
19 Jan 2012 #12
czernina" is nowhere to be found anywhere here in PL noawadays....... I still would cherish it if I was offered!

I had some in Zabrze not too long ago
ShAlEyNsTfOh 4 | 161
19 Jan 2012 #13
Are black pudding, Polish kaszanka and Gerrman Blutwurst more or less the same?

yes.

in fact polish and german cuisine is almost exactly the same.

same meats, breads, cheeses - different names.

that's all.
teflcat 5 | 1,032
19 Jan 2012 #14
It is a thing of genius pam

That it is.

it is sto procent disgusting. was forced to try it once....never again

Pam, how can you say that? If there is the right proportion of blood and fat, black pudding is sublime, especially when served with bacon and eggs.

Polish black pudding tends to fall apart in the frying pan; English, Irish, Scottish and French pud has a firmer texture and stays together.
JonnyM 11 | 2,621
19 Jan 2012 #15
sublime, especially when served with bacon and eggs

Heaven. Try frying it up with green apples like the french do.
Polsyr 6 | 769
19 Jan 2012 #16
Jeez you guys made me real hungry and it is still two hours before lunch time... lol...
pam
19 Jan 2012 #17
am i correct in thinking that the irish have something called white pudding that is served for breakfast? i have a vague memory of hearing about this. if i am right, does it mean that white pudding has an even higher fat content than black pudding? just the thought is making me feel ill:(


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