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Bratwurst in Kraków?


BLS 65 | 188
31 Mar 2010 #1
I just went on a short trip to Vienna and was re-introduced to a wonderful taste sensation - bratwurst! It is plentiful in Austria (as well as in America), but I have not come across it in Poland - is there anyplace in Kraków that sells it or offers it on a menu? Please help hook me up...thanks a million!
lamella - | 1
31 Mar 2010 #3
If you have elementary cooking knowledge you can prapare it yourself. You should buy sausage ( in every supermarket you can find ) and grill them. Spring is the best season for dainty such kind. Well, invite your friends, make garden party and enjoy Bratwurst in Kraków :D

bon appetit! ;]
Nathan 18 | 1,363
31 Mar 2010 #4
I ... was re-introduced to a wonderful taste sensation - bratwurst!

Heh:)

BB, you haven't won any Oscars recently, have you? ;)
dtaylor5632 18 | 2,007
31 Mar 2010 #5
Just buy the white sausages. Or even better cover them in ketchup and lashings of curry powder!!! Currywursts!
OP BLS 65 | 188
31 Mar 2010 #6
You should buy sausage ( in every supermarket you can find )

I have never seen bratwurst in a shop in Kraków - only Polish sausages. If they are in the shops, are they called a different name here?
pgtx 30 | 3,156
31 Mar 2010 #7
If they are in the shops, are they called a different name here?

Poles call it "kiełbasa" not "sausage"...

;)
nomaderol 5 | 726
31 Mar 2010 #8
kielbasa is degenerated form of "kulbasti" (turkic word. literaly ash-pressed or "grilled cutlet")

polish-food-destin.deltatheta.org
OP BLS 65 | 188
13 Jan 2012 #9
Tesco offers a very tasty sausage called Kiełbasa Biała Bawarska that tastes very similar to bratwurst. It's close enough to satisfy this Midwestern boy's cravings!
pip 10 | 1,659
13 Jan 2012 #10
bratwurst is the equavalent of white sausage, no?

you can get them everywhere. look at your package ingredients and take not of the percentage of meat in the sausage. a good sausage should have 90% meat or more- they are more expensive but taste better.
gumishu 11 | 5,696
13 Jan 2012 #11
bratwurst is the equavalent of white sausage, no?

it teoretically is but bratwuerste are much better than Polish white sausage - on the list of foods to import from Germany to Poland bratwuerste are the absolute top
OP BLS 65 | 188
13 Jan 2012 #12
bratwurst is the equavalent of white sausage, no?

I have tried numerous white sausages since moving to Poland, but these from Tesco are the first that have come anywhere close to tasting like bratwursts.
pawian 178 | 16,126
15 May 2021 #13
Polish white sausage -

Funny you mentioned it, I have just come back to my old tastes and began to buy white sausage again. I like those thin ones best.

I didn`t have time to check it out but do you think it is better for us than red meat sausage? I mean those preservatives etc.





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