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Easter meal on a typical Polish table?


Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
1 Apr 2012 #1
What is normally on your Easter table? Mostly home-made or shop-bought? Do you have your Easter fare blessed on Holy Saturday?
NextGeneration
6 Apr 2012 #2
Could anyone tell me how to cooks Polish Sausages?
How many minute to cook Smoked sausage?
How many minute to cooks Fresh sausages?

Thanks!
jon357 67 | 17,053
6 Apr 2012 #3
Most Polish sausages aren't for cooking. Kielbasa Biala (white sausage) is the only one that needs it, and it is usually boiled for just a few mins.
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
6 Apr 2012 #4
Boiling raw white sausage for a few mintues is great for trichinosis fans. Pork is never eaten 'rare' by anyone in his right mind!!!
Fully cooked smoked sausage needs to be only heated through.
jon357 67 | 17,053
6 Apr 2012 #5
Boiling raw white sausage for a few mintues is great for trichinosis fans. Pork is never eaten 'rare' by anyone in his right mind!!!

After being boiled for a few minutes it wouldn't be rare!

BTW, the only place I have ever seen pork being eaten rare is in Poland, including once raw: po tatarsku - they couldn't understand why I wouldn't go near it!
OP Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
6 Apr 2012 #6
White sausage has to be boiled a good half hour to be fully cooked all teh way through . Pork tartare???? What bottle have you been hitting?
jon357 67 | 17,053
6 Apr 2012 #7
White sausage has to be boiled a good half hour to be fully cooked all teh way through

No it doesn't - perhaps the stuff sold in the country you live in is different.

Pork tartare???? What bottle have you been hitting?

Stone cold sober - and I was offered pork po tatarsku (raw pork!!) in Poland not long ago. Needless to say I didn't touch it, though the Poles I was with had no such scruples.
pawian 178 | 16,114
23 Apr 2021 #8
What is normally on your Easter table?

Standard stuff.









Lenka 3 | 2,736
23 Apr 2021 #9
Is that potatoes salad?

For me it was about cooked sausages and eggs with horse radish...yummy
I don't celebrate Easter anymore but I might be tempted to make that for myself
pawian 178 | 16,114
23 Apr 2021 #10
Not potato, just standard Polish veg salad but my wife added a lot of mayo so you can`t see red or green veg. Look and admire her cakes and cookies, too .:):):) Kids helped with cookies, though.
Lenka 3 | 2,736
23 Apr 2021 #11
just standard Polish veg salad

Still called potato salad where I come from :)

With the cakes I can see sernik and babka and what I assume is murzynek?
pawian 178 | 16,114
23 Apr 2021 #12
Still called potato salad where I come from :)

Not in our house. I just consulted my wife: she used carrot, peas, leek, egg, sweet corn, pickled cucumber. No potatoes.

what I assume is murzynek?

Nope. It is poppy seed cake covered with heavy chocolate topping armour. :):)
Paulina 12 | 2,016
23 Apr 2021 #13
I figured kids helped with the cookies - it looks as if a rainbow exploded on them :D Both the cookies and cakes look great :) Sernik especially looks yummy ;d
pawian 178 | 16,114
23 Apr 2021 #14
Sernik especially looks yummy ;d

Yes, it is eatable but I don`t think it is the best of all. :):) I prefer cheesecake which is heavy and wet inside while my wife makes those dry ones.

it looks as if a rainbow exploded on them

Yes, they have always made them so colourful. Since times immemorial.:)
Lenka 3 | 2,736
23 Apr 2021 #15
carrot, peas, leek, egg, sweet corn, pickled cucumber. No potatoes.

Everything agrees besides the last part :P
Sorry, it looked to me as if she added potato.

it looks as if a rainbow exploded on them

That is my favourite part! It just looks so cheerful
pawian 178 | 16,114
23 Apr 2021 #16
It just looks so cheerful

Yes, they have fun making them. The most fav shape is cat.









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