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What do non-Poles think about eating the following Polish foods?


Lenka 3 | 2,565
5 Mar 2021 #1,021
I of course forgot that you should spice them up with salt and pepper :)
Bope you will like the as they are nit to everyone's taste.
Chemikiem
5 Mar 2021 #1,022
nit to everyone's taste.

I love eggs and onions so I know I will like them :)
Chemikiem
7 Mar 2021 #1,023
Kaszotto

Made this today and I love it! I really wasn't sure about it as a couple of friends said they didn't like kasza gryczana, and to be honest, no-one I know cooks with kasza at all. My only experience of it has been the krupnik I had in Poland and that's a different type of kasza. I found the roasted one that you used. Easier to make than risotto but none of the labour intensive stirring. I'll definitely make it again!

I also made the kotlety jajeczne. They were ok but not as nice as I thought they would be. If I make them again i might add some cheese. Also made spinach and leek soup and sernik, so I've had a busy day cooking :)
Atch 16 | 3,299
8 Mar 2021 #1,024
krupnik I had in Poland and that's a different type of kasza. I

That;s barley :)
jon357 67 | 16,921
8 Mar 2021 #1,025
barley

Smaller and harder grains than the pearl barley back home, however it can certainly be used the same way. Lots of recipes for krupnik, and most of them nice.

There's many, many types of Kasza in Poland/Ukraine/Russia. Kasza Grzyczana is the outlier since it's not a cereal; it's actually a relative of dock leaves.
Chemikiem
8 Mar 2021 #1,026
That;s barley :)

I thought it might be pearl barley but it's not quite the same. So many different types of kasza. Even semolina is classed as kasza yet it's so different from barley!

For anyone that might be interested, here is some information about the various types of kasza:

culture.pl/en/work/polish-food-101-groats

since it's not a cereal; it's actually a relative of dock leaves.

I knew it wasn't a cereal but didn't know it was related to dock leaves! Bizarre!
Lenka 3 | 2,565
8 Mar 2021 #1,027
Made this today and I love it!

Happy about it :) od you want I can throw few morerecipies for different kaszottos your way.

I thought it might be pearl barley but it's not quite the same

Poles make few kinds depending on how much processing it needs. The one for krupnik is descaled polished(?) And crushed/broken into small pieces.

I really do like kasza gryczana prazona with meat and gravy

Picture is not mine but from this site:
oryginalnysmak.pl/gulasz-wolowy-z-suszonymi-sliwkami/



Chemikiem
8 Mar 2021 #1,028
I can throw few morerecipies for different kaszottos your way.

Yes please!

oryginalnysmak.pl/gulasz-wolowy-z-suszonymi-sliwkami/

That looks lush, i've got to give it a try.

The one for krupnik is descaled polished(?) And crushed/broken into small pieces.

Is it kasza jęczmienna łamana?
OP pawian 176 | 15,402
5 Apr 2021 #1,029
I was certain we had already talked about asparagus in this thread but we didn`t, actually. I am getting old and my memory fails me more and more often. Forgive me if I post sth again.

Asparagus is so yummy. Besides, it goes well with everything - there are dozens of options. The problem is it isn`t fatty and I feel hungry soon afterwards.









OP pawian 176 | 15,402
5 Apr 2021 #1,030
It's not very nice. If you're there for any length of time, you need people to bring food in.

I had also thought so until I spent a lot of time in hospital attending a relative of mine. I realised that horrible food served in hospitals was partly a myth. It isn`t so tragic, I would say it matches the standard of meals served in average income households.









Lenka 3 | 2,565
18 Apr 2021 #1,031
What about this:
I almost never see tomatoes without onion in Poland. It's almost as if they were one:



OP pawian 176 | 15,402
18 Apr 2021 #1,032
Yes, indeed. Tomato and onion salad has always been popular here. However, when I make myself sandwiches for school brunch/lunch, I use tomato without onion. What about you? Do you eat onion in the morning or during working hours? :):)

I almost never see tomatoes without onion in Poland

Whenever I see this combination, I recall one day when I was young and our housekeeper left and there was nobody to cook for us coz parents worked long hours. So they gave us some money and for a few days we visited milk bars and dined there. I remember it like today that on the first day I fancied tomato and onion salad. I expected the worst coz I had heard bad opinions about milk bars before. yet the stuff on the plate was very appealing - fresh, nicely served, well seasoned. I was really surprised.

I will never forget that salad.
OP pawian 176 | 15,402
23 Apr 2021 #1,033
Poles like potatoes a lot, like the Irish. Yes, I eat them from time to time but try to refrain coz my doctor said they are bad for me. Dr Armata, btw. So I prefer kasha or various kinds of rice.
Lenka 3 | 2,565
23 Apr 2021 #1,034
However, when I make myself sandwiches for school brunch/lunch, I use tomato without onion.

I never use tomato in take away sandwiches. It let's the juices out and losses texture.
I don't mind eating onion in the morning but right after that brush my teeth.

So I prefer kasha or various kinds of rice.

Actually one day when I was short on potatoes and didn't fancy going to the shop I decided to copy you and try some new combo. I must say I prefer it the standard way, with potatoes.



OP pawian 176 | 15,402
23 Apr 2021 #1,035
I decided to copy you and try some new combo

aaa! The immortal combination: meat patties with buckwheat in mushroom sauce. Delicious! :):) Only those French fries are from another dish.

take away sandwiches. It let's the juices out and losses texture.

Yes, exactly! That is why I always choose the oldest bread or buns in the container for those sandwiches - I hate wasting food. Zero waste!
OP pawian 176 | 15,402
23 Apr 2021 #1,036
but right after that brush my teeth.

I also do it but once I discovered the oniony breath comes back after some time. I saw it in people`s eyes. :):)

Another dish which is fully made by kids - parents don`t deal with it: Of course it isn`t Polish - but it has Polish ingredients!

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OP pawian 176 | 15,402
2 days ago #1,037
There are a few dishes that I eat straight from the pan with a wooden spoon.



OP pawian 176 | 15,402
2 days ago #1,038
After an hour, I started to feel hungry again

Yes, it is pleasant for your taste buds but too quick for your digestive system.

I often use a ready made dish as a base coz those bags usually contain appetizing herbs and spices. Later I add more ingredients that I like and voilla! I prepare a dish that I eat for two days. Rarely three.









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