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Polish cookies recipes


polishgirltx
6 Oct 2008  #1
I need your help guys.
Every year i spend Christmas with my friends... this year will not be any different, because i'm not going to PL any time soon :(

this year i wanted to make something extra, cookies :) and lot's of them... so we can sit all together, drink cocoa, eat my cookies and sing 'kolędy' :)

does any of you guys have an awesome cookie recipe, preferably Polish, of course? :))
i appreciate you help and thank you for stopping by :)
loco polaco 3 | 354
6 Oct 2008  #2
what kind of "cookies" are you thinking of?... there are so many different kinds.

here is a good one: fabulousfoods.com/index.php?option=com_resource&controller=article&category_id=715&article=19627
OP polishgirltx
6 Oct 2008  #3
i love chruściki, but with my cooking skills they will not be any good...lol....
something easier :P with cinnamon, gingerbread man....?
loco polaco 3 | 354
6 Oct 2008  #4
ginger bread is harder, possibly.
OP polishgirltx
6 Oct 2008  #5
well, maybe some of you have some hidden family recipes and you wish to share them with me :)
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
6 Oct 2008  #6
Mrs Sz suggest this recipe.

POLISH TEA COOKIES

1/2 c. butter
1/2 c. sugar
1 egg yolk, slightly beaten
1 egg white
1 c. flour
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. vanilla
About 1/2 c. chopped nuts
Candied cherries, cut in half

Cream butter and sugar until light. Add egg yolk and vanilla. Add flour, sifted with salt. Mix well. Roll dough in small balls, dip into unbeaten egg white and roll in finely chopped nuts. Place 1/2 cherry in center of each ball and press down. Bake in 325 degree oven for about 10-15 minutes. Remove from pan after 1 minute. Cool.
OP polishgirltx
6 Oct 2008  #7
ah yumm...thanks pie... i will let you know how those cookies taste if i don't kill that recipe... ;)
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
22 Oct 2008  #8
i will let you know how those cookies taste if i don't kill that recipe... ;)

I'm munching on some now. Delicious.
loco polaco 3 | 354
22 Oct 2008  #9
yeah, did you ever make them pgtx?
OP polishgirltx
22 Oct 2008  #10
not yet... i focused more lately on cooking, not baking... but i kept pie's recipe and i will use it... :)
loco polaco 3 | 354
22 Oct 2008  #11
so, what have you cooked reecently besides mizeria? :)
OP polishgirltx
22 Oct 2008  #12
a couple of soups, goulash and some more mizeria....
;)
loco polaco 3 | 354
22 Oct 2008  #13
oh, thanks for sharing your goulash recipe. grrr.. :(
ewhite
6 Nov 2008  #14
Hi Everyone,
My grandmother was Polish and she use to make a cookie for her family that was either wrapped in cheesecloth and dropped in to a bowl of ice water for awhile then rolled out and cut and filled with pineapple or apricot perserves. Does this sound familiar to anyone the recipe was lost with my grandmother's passing would love to give it to my mother. Thank you
Guest
12 Nov 2008  #15
Please supply with a Polish Christmas Cookie recipe. Thank you.
dsweet2 - | 1
17 Nov 2008  #17
Hi Everyone;
My Busia used to make these trianagle pastries filled with applesauce when we were kids. They were topped with a pink icing. The recipe cannot be found. Any help would be apprciated.

Dziękują (Thank You)
bobbon 1 | 5
18 Nov 2008  #18
The Polish Tea Cookies were very nice - I used glacé cherries, which I think must be quite similar to candied cherries? They tasted okay, anyway!
Barb Rolek - | 1
2 Dec 2008  #19
Polishgirl, here's a bunch of my family's Polish Christmas cookie recipes. I wish I had one for the cheesecloth one someone mentioned. Try the pierniczki (spice cookies) if you want gingerbread flavor.

easteuropeanfood.about.com/od/polishdesserts/tp/cookies.htm
And here's one for Polish Christmas dessert recipes.
easteuropeanfood.about.com/od/polishdesserts/tp/Polishxmasdesserts.htm

I hope this helps!
OP polishgirltx
2 Dec 2008  #20
thank you Barb :)
Krakowianka 1 | 243
2 Dec 2008  #21
Mrs Sz suggest this recipe.

POLISH TEA COOKIES

Looks a simple enough recipe to follow, I think I'll try to make up a batch. Thanks!
kkkkkk
5 Dec 2008  #22
yes. go to razzledazzlerecipes.com/ethnic-recipes/polish/index.htm. There are so many recipes there.
bkrah - | 1
12 Dec 2008  #23
I am looking for a polish cookie recipe that are nut cups from how my fiance is describing them Little cups filled with almond paste and pecans I think. Does anyone know what these would be called or have a recipe for them. If so could you e-mail me at bjkrah@att.net. His mother passed away a couple of years ago and I would love to surprise him with these for Christmas.

thanks and Merry Christmas to all

Barb
Arlene
20 Feb 2009  #24
Thread attached on merging:
Do you have Polish butter cookies reciepes?

I noticed you people posted pictures of foods, cakes & sausages?

You are making me hungry for Polish foods. Please put your receipes too. So I don't have to run for Polish Restaurants or Bakeries in Chicago. Like people saids, Polish people are leaving America????????

Thanks!
plk123 8 | 4,150
20 Feb 2009  #25
Do you have Polish butter cookies reciepes?

got a pic because simple sugar cookies aren't a polish thing.

oh, and if you want recipes, search around the forums or even just the internet.. there is a lot of them here and out there too.
starfish4ever
13 Mar 2009  #26
THERE ARE MANY GOOD RECIPES FOR POLISH COOKIES AT:

cooks.com
pgtx 29 | 3,159
14 Mar 2009  #27
i tried these cookies lately and it's heaven! i love them and maybe you'll try them also...

here it goes:

3 cups flour
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 tablespoon baking soda
1 tablespoon cinnamon
1 teaspoon salt
3 sticks butter at room temperature
1 1/2 cups white sugar
1 1/2 cups packed light brown sugar
3 eggs
1 tablespoon vanilla
3 cups semisweet chocolate chips
3 cups old fashioned rolled oats
2 cups sweetened flake coconut
2 cups chopped pecans (8 ounces)

Preheat oven to 350° Mix flour, baking powder, baking soda, cinnamon and
salt in a bowl.
In 8 quart bowl, beat butter until smooth and creamy, about 1 minute.
Gradually beat in sugars and continue beating to combine, about 2 minutes.
Add eggs, 1 at a time, beating after each. Beat in vanilla. Stir in flour
mixture until just combined. Add chocolate chips, oats, coconut and
pecans.
For each cookie, drop a 1/4 cup of dough onto an ungreased cookie sheet,
spacing 3 inches apart. (I don't use a 1/4 cup-more like a tablespoon)
Bake 15 - 17 minutes, until edges are lightly brown. Remove from rack to
cool. Makes 3 dozen large cookies.

Seira 1 | 1
10 May 2009  #28
I just made some Chrusciki and they're delicious! But could anyone tell me how to pronounce it? :/ My polish pronounciation is real bad..
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
17 May 2009  #30
just say kroosh and add cheeky (kroosh-CHEE-ky)


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