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Polish food in Pictures.


Elssha - | 123
17 Feb 2009 #151
my fav ^_^
best topped with bacon bits and onion (skwarki) ^_^
Olasz - | 69
17 Feb 2009 #152
enyone tasted kopytka with dill sauce or brown butter :) or fried? now I'll have to eat something, damn ;)
impete82 3 | 29
17 Feb 2009 #153
dammit .... stomach grumbling now ... i hate this thread
Elssha - | 123
17 Feb 2009 #154
enyone tasted kopytka with dill sauce or brown butter :) or fried? now I'll have to eat something, damn ;)

I've had them fried... on a pan that is ^_^ I prefer them fresh, but my parents all like them fried
and yes, skwarki are a MUST to properly enjoy the glory of kopytka
... now I want to go make them. Damn.
PolskaMan 2 | 147
18 Feb 2009 #155
Mmmmm that looks good

kashia [not sure about spelling] is also good with lots of skwarki!
pgtx 30 | 3,157
18 Feb 2009 #156
kashia

kasza....don't make any Kasia out of that....
;)
sledz 23 | 2,250
18 Feb 2009 #157
my yummy pierogi obiad
Rafal_1981
18 Feb 2009 #158
Kotlet Schabowy: The King Himself!


  • Kotlet Schabowy
Olasz - | 69
18 Feb 2009 #159
what I really truly miss is polish bread, not the one you can buy nowadays, but sourdough from a proper bakery


  • beer bread
PolskaMan 2 | 147
18 Feb 2009 #160
kasza....don't make any Kasia out of that....
;)

lol
mmmmmmhhh kotlet schabowy
Piorun - | 658
21 Feb 2009 #161
Well once again I was in need of "Serwatka" so I decided to make it and the byproduct is quite delicious too. Here are some pictures of it and How To

Just before heating it
After heating it
Straining
byproduct "twaróg"
Dripping excess whey out
pgtx 30 | 3,157
22 Feb 2009 #162
Kotlet Schabowy: The King Himself!

where are the ziemniaki????
;)

Dripping excess whey out

and after that what?
;)
good cheese...
Rafal_1981
22 Feb 2009 #163
Here:



Piorun - | 658
22 Feb 2009 #164
very good breakfast.
plk123 8 | 4,150
22 Feb 2009 #165
Here:

lol.. nice. :D
Rafal_1981
23 Feb 2009 #166
I didn't mean to be rude, just helpful ;-]
Rozi - | 2
6 Mar 2009 #167
And that's somthing from me :) Proper home-made Ruskie Pierogi.



OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
6 Mar 2009 #168
:) Great! They look nice.

Now I'm hungry...
Pomorzanka - | 28
8 Mar 2009 #169
kluski śląskie with fried onion and bacon

kluski
Olasz - | 69
10 Mar 2009 #170
Great photo Pomorzanka! is it yours?

Here's my rustic sourdough bread


  • rustic sourdough bread
Lir
11 Mar 2009 #172
Thanks for the link, I found it really interesting :)

Only thing is, I thought gołąbki had meat in them ?

Or maybe I can't see the meat in the recipe ?

But great link.

:)
Olasz - | 69
11 Mar 2009 #173
Golabki have minced meat in the stuffing, I thought the tutorial could be interesting, not the recipe :)
Lir
11 Mar 2009 #174
Golabki have minced meat in the stuffing

I know they do !

I was brought up on Polish food. Maybe you need to amend the recipe because it doesn't show mince meat in it and if someone who hasn't made them before follows the rice only recipe then they are going to be dreadfully disappointed. It is a great link though :)
Olasz - | 69
11 Mar 2009 #175
Well, the recipe is not mine nor is the web page :) So amending is not an option, but just give me some time - I'll make golabki, and post it with the recipe on my food blog, ok? :)
yaba - | 5
12 Mar 2009 #176
If You can speak polish visit: gotowaniebezstresu.pl
Many traditional polish recipes and good photos too.
If you need translation, let me know.
Olasz - | 69
12 Mar 2009 #177
Yaba :) Thanks for the link, but I wouldn't recommend that web page. Why? Not really traditional polish recipes (oregano and thyme in golabki?! never! no rice in stuffing?), many misspellings, nooo.

Thank you for your kind offer of help with translation, I'm Polish so I think i can manage on my own ;)
plk123 8 | 4,150
20 Mar 2009 #179
here is another pic of zrazy which i again made recently.
mateinone 5 | 58
20 Mar 2009 #180
Some of these meals look fantastic, I do have one question though and forgive me if it sounds like a ridiculous one, but I have not looked deeply into the cuisine.

How easy is it to get good Polish meals all over the countryside and avoid cabbage/sauerkraut and beetroot? I am not really interested in just going the pizza/kransky route as I can do that well enough here.

Also are there nuts used in many things? Just something I need to avoid because of an allergy.


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