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Cooking Polish kiszka

Polski Syn
10 Sep 2016 #91
I buy Kowalski kiszka. I used to cut it into 1" slices and fry it in oil until it had a crust on it. Today I cut it up and remove the skin and throw it in the microwave. It's already cooked, so I'm just heating it up.
5 Apr 2017 #92
Growing up in Detroit in the 1950's...I remember my mother would fry with a little oil and chop small pieces of onion....served like a hash...topped with green peas and fresh rye bread from the corner bakery...those were the days.
9 Mar 2018 #93
Can you get me a number or a way to get ahold of a butcher in the Chicago area just retired from the Army after 27 years settled in Clarksville Tennessee. I have been missing the KISZKA I had as a kid in central Illinois also miss the garlic sausage I could eat for days. I have a butcher here who would love to make these for me but I'm at a loss for recipes, my parents told me all of the local butchers are closed and they can't find anyone with recipes. I'd really appreciate the help. Thanks!

Jodi my email is ji6269@gmail
17 Jul 2018 #94
Na fiestach parafii zjadłem polski kaszanka. To było pyszne.
jestem Irlandczykiem
Ironside 51 | 11,310
17 Jul 2018 #95
jestem Irlandczykiem

hey bardzo dobrze:)

Please stick to the English here
Polish daughter
5 Jan 2019 #96

Best kiszka in Wisconsin and I believe they ship. Sooo good with rye bread and eggs. My Bopsha always made kiszka at Christmas and my dad continued the tradition. Now it is my turn🙂
12 Feb 2019 #97
Hi from Toledo, Ohio. A very easy way to cook kiszka is to microwave it for 3 minutes, break open the casing onto a dish, add two chopped green onions, and microwave another 2 minutes. Add 1-2 tablespoons of ketchup and mix well. Put this mixture on a bed of rice or barley and than enjoy.(In stead of the ketchup you can use 8 oz of crushed stewed tomatoes).
8 Mar 2019 #98
Can you cook this in a crockpot?
pawian 202 | 21,173
8 Mar 2019 #99
I don`t know what crockpot is but unless it is a utensil which fries your kiszka crispy and crunchy on one or all sides, don`t use it. Unfried kiszka is a soft sloppy substance which becomes disgusting after two, three morsels.

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