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Polish food in Pictures.


Vincent 9 | 830 Moderator
10 Nov 2008 #91
Hmmm, I think I forgot something, I dunno what though. :}

a grater ;) That is the worst bit :)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
10 Nov 2008 #92
sour cream ;)

lol - yes that too!

You'll need oil for frying. Those ingredients make for 6 potato cakes. :)

a grater ;) That is the worst bit :)

Actually, you're right in a way, I broke my grater tonight making them so must buy a new one! ;)
polishgirltx
10 Nov 2008 #93
I broke my grater tonight making them so must buy a new one! ;)

wow...you get violent in the kitchen ;)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
10 Nov 2008 #94
lol yes, I was a bit vigorous this evening, I was in a hurry! ;)
polishgirltx
10 Nov 2008 #95
just please, be careful girl, so you won't hurt yourself and will keep posting your delicious food in pix... ;)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
10 Nov 2008 #96
;) I think the grater came off worse than I did. It's in a couple of bits now... ;)

I'll post more as I cook (attempt to cook) them. :)
plk123 8 | 4,150
10 Nov 2008 #97
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. :)

these look more like hashbrowns then placki ziemniaczane though. placki are made from finely ground potatoes while the other is made of shredded (larger) pieces.
polishgirltx
10 Nov 2008 #98
these look more like hashbrowns then placki ziemniaczane though. placki are made from finely ground potatoes

true... but hey, it was her first time...
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
10 Nov 2008 #99
Then again, I read through lots of recipes and they all said "grated". Hmmm...
plk123 8 | 4,150
10 Nov 2008 #100
grated on the smallest holes. but it they do look good PD. it wasn't meant as a slam; just an observation.
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
17 Nov 2008 #101
grated on the smallest holes

I've seen them made with the potato grated either through the small holes and the large holes. It's irrelevant now anyway...since my grater broke I only have the bit with the big holes. So until I buy a new one everything gets grated that way. ;)

I made gołąbki today but I won't be posting a picture. I used a savoy cabbage today for a change and it worked out OK, they didn't wrap as well as with white cabbage leaves but with a bit of persuasion they stayed wrapped and were tasty! :)
Vincent 9 | 830 Moderator
17 Nov 2008 #102
Very disappointed tonight PD. Give up watching corrie to come to your cookery class, and what do I find? No recipe just a...

I made gołąbki today but I won't be posting a picture

I hope this class picks up next week again, with or without a new grater :)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
17 Nov 2008 #103
Very disappointed tonight PD. Give up watching corrie to come to your cookery class, and what do I find? No recipe just a...

Lol, apologies to my students. ;) There is a reasonable excuse, I bought a new camera today (to get even better pictures!) but the rechargable battery was needing charged. Next time I'll take loads... ;)

I hope this class picks up next week again, with or without a new grater :)

Maybe next week, maybe in 2 weeks. Not sure. If there's anything next week it won't be something difficult.

While we're at it (and you're giving me a hard time ;) where's the pictures of all the delicious dishes you've cooked? ;)
Vincent 9 | 830 Moderator
17 Nov 2008 #104
where's the pictures of all the delicious dishes you've cooked? ;)

Well although I have sampled many polish dishes, I am ashamed to say I've never cooked any. I have helped grate potatoes for the dish you made last week, so I know my way around a grater:(

However I have been shown in great detail how to make kotlet schabowy, and I might surprise you one week with photos on here:)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
17 Nov 2008 #105
Well, begin! I had only tasted Polish food, never cooked it until recently. Daunting task to cook gołąbki for the first time and as you see by the first pictures I posted, they were OK but not great. It just takes time.

Seems you're gentler with a grater than me anyway. :)

I look forward to your pictures of kotlet schabowy. :)
plk123 8 | 4,150
18 Nov 2008 #106
oh man haven't made schabowy in a while. mmm...
Guest
24 Nov 2008 #107
Those look really nice. They look so dry.....I always use too much oil. What is your method of frying? Thanks.

Roberta in Michigan
loco polaco 3 | 353
24 Nov 2008 #108
you basically want to sear this.. not much oil, eh?
Qacer 38 | 125
2 Dec 2008 #109
I hate you guys. I was ready to head to bed until I saw this thread. Now, I'm hungry. Tsk. tsk.
Guest
20 Dec 2008 #110
somebody, please send some pictures of peirogie!
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386
20 Dec 2008 #111
There are some pierogi on pages 2 & 3 of this thread. They are mixed in with other foodstuff.

You might also find pictures on other food threads.

Just write pierogi in the searchbox. I'm sure you'll find what you want.
rdywenur 1 | 157
3 Jan 2009 #112
Hey guys ...for Christmas I made my first batch of Kapusta. My mom said is was very good and asked for seconds (LOL) Now I have to move on to something new for my second dish to make that is Polish. I found a great blog in my quest for some recipe guidance in preparing Google up Baking with Dynamite and look for Adam. He has some good recipes for Polish foods. (chiropractor and bodybuilder)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
3 Jan 2009 #113
Hey guys ...for Christmas I made my first batch of Kapusta.

That's great. :) Where are the pictures though? ;)

Now I have to move on to something new for my second dish to make that is Polish.

I found that gołąbki is not that difficult to make, it is just time consuming. Also placki ziemniaczane is pretty easy to make and many kinds of kotlet. :) Keep up the cooking. :)
Eurola 4 | 1,906
3 Jan 2009 #114
I made kapuśniak soup today. Smoked sausage and bacon based. I thought I bite my tongue off chowing on it. :) mmm...so good.
I love soups and stews on cold winter days! Krupnik is on my list tomorrow.
Bonus. Both soups will make wonderful leftovers for my lunches.
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
3 Jan 2009 #115
I love soups and stews on cold winter days!

Me too. :) Hearty and warm. :)

Both soups

Pictures? ;)
Prince 15 | 590
3 Jan 2009 #116
Yes post some pictures :)
Eurola 4 | 1,906
3 Jan 2009 #117
No more food for me today, but I might snap a picture as I warm up a bowl of soup tomorrow! And, a plate of cheese pierogi to boot. Naah, did not make them, too much work. Complements of polish deli. :)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
3 Jan 2009 #118
All pictures of Polish food are good and welcome. :)
danzilla - | 3
4 Jan 2009 #119
it all looks really nice.. I;m hungry now and want to try it all! :)
scott usa - | 63
4 Jan 2009 #120
If u can find a girl who can make golabki u marry her lol


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