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


Feniks - | 221
19 Apr 2024 #1,291
Do you reject

I reject all! Tortillas aren't even Polish!!
johnny reb 50 | 7,433
19 Apr 2024 #1,292
firstly sorry mods for drifting off topic,

It's easy to do when debating on the Polish Forums.
Here are some tips today for making the perfect pierogis that non-Poles can't get enough of.

msn.com/en-us/foodanddrink/recipes/14-tips-for-making-the-perfect-pierogis-according-to-natasha-kravchuk/ar-AA1h0lGW?ocid=msedgdhp&pc=ENTPSP&cvid=1297bac5671c43ee995a68f9ac1954b9&ei=28
OP pawian 223 | 24,583
19 Apr 2024 #1,293
I reject all!

Wow! This means being in total denial. I didn`t know you such fast and furious. Amasing!!! :):):)

Tortillas aren't even Polish!!

Yes, But the name of the thread with the Polish food in it never exclusively meant food which originated in Poland. It may also mean food that is made in Poland by native Poles and Polesses. Including tortillas which become Polish if a Polish monkey prepares them. Ha!!! . :):):)
OP pawian 223 | 24,583
20 Apr 2024 #1,294
My wife cooks traditional conservative Polish food for herself and kids who are still living with us. Potatoes are a must.

Here, roast pork-potatoes-carrot- onion.





OP pawian 223 | 24,583
20 Apr 2024 #1,295
My wife cooks traditional conservative Polish food

While I always need to introduce novelties into Polish dishes coz I am easily bored and need constant stimulus to get rid of depressive moods, especially in winter time. :):):)

Guys and guyesses, remember - don`t be afraid to experiment with your food - it costs you nothing! :):):)

Polish potato pancakes with tiger prawns and oyster mushrooms instead of pork chunks. Ha!!!





Alien 21 | 5,220
21 Apr 2024 #1,296
Polish potato pancakes

They taste best sweet, with apple puree or sugar.
Feniks - | 221
21 Apr 2024 #1,297
Polish potato pancakes with tiger prawns and oyster mushrooms

What is that sauce they are in?
OP pawian 223 | 24,583
21 Apr 2024 #1,299
What is that sauce they are in?

If oyster mushroom chunks can be seen in it, it means it was mushroom sauce. My fave. :):):)

"apple puree"

:):):)
Yuk! The only apple stuff I tolerate in food are fresh apples and apple juice.
Feniks - | 221
21 Apr 2024 #1,300
it means it was mushroom sauce.

I would give that a try. My only worry would be that the sauce might make the pancakes soggy. I like them crispy!
OP pawian 223 | 24,583
21 Apr 2024 #1,301
I like them crispy!

At last you like sth crispy - I still remember our old conversation about it. :):):)

that the sauce might make the pancakes soggy.

True, possible. But if you eat your pancakes quickly, then they won`t have enough time to get soggy. Just a little. :):):)
Pancakes ala Hungarian or Highway Robber are completely covered with meat gravy and it is their big advantage.
Feniks - | 221
21 Apr 2024 #1,302
At last you like sth crispy -

Crispy but not burnt!!

But if you eat your pancakes quickly, then they won`t have enough time to get soggy. J

I would prefer the sauce to one side so i could cut off a bit of pancake, load it with prawns and mushrooms and then dip it in the sauce. Not that I'm at all fussy.......
OP pawian 223 | 24,583
21 Apr 2024 #1,303
I would prefer the sauce to one side so i could cut off a bit of pancake

Yes, possible! Experiment at will!!! Photos and their descriptions we deal with here are not strict guidelines, just loose suggestions.


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