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Polish food in Pictures.


McCoy 27 | 1,275
21 Oct 2008 #61
It looks like BBQ Ribs:)

with cold polish beer and fresh warm bread. I'm starving here!
sledz 23 | 2,250
21 Oct 2008 #62
All this food talk made me hungry, so I went to the Polska Buffet to go.

lets see I have pierogi,dumplings,potato pankake,meatballs,chopped beets, kielbasa and kraut. All for about $6.00
No piwo for me but Na zdrowie!!
rdywenur 1 | 157
21 Oct 2008 #64
You are lucky to have a Polish Buffet to go where you are. We do have a great reataurant /deli though with great homeade selections :) smacznego!!!!!
plk123 8 | 4,150
21 Oct 2008 #65
Food from Poland:
Guest
22 Oct 2008 #66
Thank you for the recipe. It is really simple. Usually I just use oil and vinegar, salt/pepper, thinly sliced red onion, maybe also a little balsamic vinegar. I like the idea of the cream. Thanks again!

PolskaDoll,

Thanks for the mushroom sauce recipe. I'll try that very soon. I can think of a couple things that could be a "secret" ingredient and will keep it a "secret."

I make a really killer mushroom soup if you are interested, but will give credit to a friend for the recipe.

Roberta in Michigan
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
22 Oct 2008 #67
I make a really killer mushroom soup if you are interested,

Always interested :)

(Why not sign up to PF? It's free ;)
polishgirltx
24 Oct 2008 #68
i'd love to eat it now with coffee...
:)


  • karpatka
gtd 3 | 639
24 Oct 2008 #69
I have never seen that here. Is that white cheese inside or some kind of cake? Looks decadent.
polishgirltx
24 Oct 2008 #71
i found a recipe...

Karpatka Cake
½ package (125g) of sweet butter, 1 cup of water, 1 cup of flour, 1tsp of baking powder, 4 eggs.
Dissolve butter in water, add flour and baking powder – boil for 3 minutes. Set aside; add eggs mixing at the same time. Bake in 350 degrees two cake layers.

Cake Filling
1pt of milk, 1 cup of sugar, 2 TBS of potato starch, 2 TBS of flour, 1 package (250g) of sweet butter, vanilla.
Mix milk with flour and starch while boiling. Add vanilla. Set aside to cool and then add butter. Place filling between the cake layer.

Is that white cheese inside or some kind of cake?

cream made of milk sugar and butter...
gtd 3 | 639
24 Oct 2008 #72
cream made of milk sugar and butter...

I have to find this somewhere...looks great. I love light pastry with sweet cream and pudding fillings.
Guest
27 Oct 2008 #73
Mushroom Soup - the Poland style

2 T Butter
2 Cups chopped onions
Light Salt

Melt butter in soup pan with salt and sauté onions until transluscent.

Add: 12 oz. sliced mushrooms
½ cup chicken stock
1 T. soy sauce
1 t. dill weed
1 T. paprika

Toss together and cover. Simmer for about 20 minutes, or until
the mushrooms have cooked well. Turn off heat.

Sauce to thicken:

2 T. butter
3 T. flour
1 Cup HOT milk

In another pan melt butter, add flour and stir about 2-3 minutes.....don't burn. Add HOT milk slowly to HOT mushroom mixture and keep stirring to avoid lumps. Cook until thickened.

Add the sauce to the mushroom mixture and stir in.

Then add 1-1/2 cups of HOT chicken stock. Remove from heat and reheat when ready to eat.

Just before serving add: 2 t. lemon juice
1/4 cup fresh parsley
½ cup sour cream

Don't boil after adding the sour cream or the soup might curdle.
mostar 1 | 4
31 Oct 2008 #74
All these pictures look fantastic. I will come to Polska soon as a first time. I wonder which one I should try first..
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
10 Nov 2008 #75
PD has been cooking again. :) This time placki ziemniaczane. :) They were delicious (even if I do say so myself ;) It's probably not traditional ingrediants but close enough. :)


  • Sizzling! :)

  • Yummy. :)
polishgirltx
10 Nov 2008 #76
nice job PD... :) did you eat it with sugar, with goulash or with sour cream?
Shawn_H
10 Nov 2008 #77
did you eat it with sugar, with goulash or with sour cream?

Or Ketchup?
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
10 Nov 2008 #78
Well, silly me, I had no sour cream so I just used some mayo instead. It was fine though. :) Sour cream next time though.

Or Ketchup?

I thought about that but then mayo seemed better. :)
polishgirltx
10 Nov 2008 #79
Or Ketchup?

that's not acceptable...

I just used some mayo instead.

oh no! lol
Shawn_H
10 Nov 2008 #80
that's not acceptable...

That very closed minded. :-)

Or is ketchup reserved for pizza only?
osiol 55 | 3,922
10 Nov 2008 #81
Ketchup is almost pure evil.
polishgirltx
10 Nov 2008 #82
That very closed minded. :-)

Or is ketchup reserved for pizza only?

i've reserved ketchup for a very few dishes which don't include placki ziemniaczane and pizza...
;)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
10 Nov 2008 #83
It didn't seem like a ketchup sort of a dish. So I went with the mayo. :)
wildrover 98 | 4,451
10 Nov 2008 #84
I have cut and pasted these pictures onto my computer....how do i paste them onto a plate...and what will they taste like...?
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
10 Nov 2008 #85
With glue and they'll probably taste of paper and glue... ;)

Have a go at making them wildrover! ;)
Vincent 9 | 844 Moderator
10 Nov 2008 #86
It didn't seem like a ketchup sort of a dish

just needs a dash of Hp brown sause:)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
10 Nov 2008 #87
That would probably be quite nice with them actually. :)
wildrover 98 | 4,451
10 Nov 2008 #88
Have a go at making them wildrover! ;)

Ha...that would be a challenge...lets see , i have a few slices of bread , a bit of cheese...and some coffee and sugar...nope seems i am missing most of the ingrediants....its nice to look at food tho...maybe one day i will eat some too....
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,105
10 Nov 2008 #89
PD's ingredients:

Two large baking potatoes
Flour (1oz)
2 small or 1 large onion
1 egg
salt and pepper

Hmmm, I think I forgot something, I dunno what though. :}
polishgirltx
10 Nov 2008 #90
I think I forgot something

sour cream ;)


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