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Polish cuisine for Euro 2012 - poll results


boletus 30 | 1,367
6 Apr 2012  #1
The "Polityka" poll on the dish for fans visiting our country during the European Championships 2012 - is resolved. The gold medal has been won by żurek! Its advantage over red beetroot soup and stuffed, rolled slices was overwhelming.

polityka.pl/spoleczenstwo/1525761,1,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu.read

1/12 - 31.3% votes. Sour soup "żurek" with hard boiled egg and white sausage - a Polish soup which arouses the greatest admiration among foreigners, but also appreciated by the countrymen and simple to prepare.

polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,1,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

2/12 - 14.4% votes. Beetroot soup with pasty is indispensable, especially in the morning after a night of carouse.
polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,2,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

3/12 - 12.4% votes. Stuffed, rolled slices of beef served with buckwheat. Such dish was being prepared in the kitchens of Radziwills' but only for holidays or special occasions to impress the guests.

polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,3,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

4/12 - 9.7% votes. Pork loin with prunes - a dish descending from the old Polish cuisine, where it decorated aristocratic tables.
polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,4,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

5/12 - 8.6% votes. Gnarled pastry "sękacz" - known in Poland since the Middle Ages, borrowed from Tatars' cuisine (although some argue that it was taken from Yotvingians).

polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,5,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

6/12 - 7.4% votes. Buds, "pączki" - in Europe are known as industrially produced donuts. Will we show the fans how they really taste?

polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,6,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

7/12 - 4.2% votes. Chicken Polish style - stuffed with liver, dill and bread - a classic Polish cuisine: delicious and spectacular on a platter.
polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,7,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

8/12 - 4% votes. Mushroom soup - Mixing holiday valors with an ordinary autumn dinner, when various wild mushrooms are in season.
polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,8,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

9/12 - 3.1% votes. Herring in sour cream - Common alcoholic adage has it that fish like to swim. But according to you this dish will not be a winner of the fans' palates.

polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,9,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

10/12 -2.5% votes. Cold feet (pork jelly) - the most traditional Polish appetizer, but - according to you - we should keep it for ourselves.
polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,10,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

11/12 -1.4% votes. Sauerkraut soup on lamb ribs - Surprisingly low in your indications. There are those who can not imagine the morning "after", without this original flavour of Podhale cuisine.

polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,11,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read

12/12 - 1% votes. Tench in cream - apparently a tench can only be prepared at home, and hence this dish received such a low grade.
polityka.pl/galerie/1525259,12,kuchnia-polska-na-euro---wyniki-plebiscytu-galeria.read
Alligator - | 261
6 Apr 2012  #2
I'm soooooo hungry. PF will be my inspiration when soon I will retreat to kitchen to prepare żurek :)
nynicki - | 31
6 Apr 2012  #3
Pork jelly should be out,foreigners find it disgusting,at least my friends.
Sekacz is an odd choice,it should be sernik or makowiec.
Agree about the zurek,it's tasty .
How come pierogi are not on a list?
Hipis - | 227
6 Apr 2012  #4
I am surprised you didn't have flaki on the list :D
jon357 63 | 14,341
6 Apr 2012  #5
Given that Euro 2012 will be in the height of summer, Chlodnik Litewski should be on the list. Mizeria too.
OP boletus 30 | 1,367
6 Apr 2012  #6
Chlodnik Litewski should be on the list. Mizeria too.

Yes, on both counts.
poland_
6 Apr 2012  #7
Agree about the zurek,it's tasty .

Zurek is also the perfect cure for a hangover...
pam
7 Apr 2012  #8
zrazy, zrazy, zrazy!!!bit time consuming though...
LwowskaKrakow 28 | 431
7 Apr 2012  #9
What about Polish desserts ?Delicious Polish pastries and cakes ?

Sernik
Babka
Makowiec
etc

Yummy...


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