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Polish food in Pictures.


Al123 - | 3
25 Mar 2009 #181
these look good :)
plk123 8 | 4,150
25 Mar 2009 #182
rustic sourdough bread
rustic sourdough bread

you made this from scratch? care to share the method?
Cypal34 - | 4
27 Mar 2009 #183
Am going to będzin next two week do any body know any good restuarant where i can get good food
Guest
28 Mar 2009 #184
all of the pictures of food are making me hungry! even the ones with cabbage & sasauge, the two of the 3 foods i hate most
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
21 May 2009 #185
Me kaczka z jabłkami (and some good ale, of course)
Sasha 2 | 1,083
22 May 2009 #186
Quite ironic but kaczka in Russian is "utka" and we also cook it with "jabloki". So if I put "p" in front of Russian "duck", I could have post pictures of our pres with apples. :)
plk123 8 | 4,150
27 May 2009 #187
McCoy

rofl. good one.
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
27 May 2009 #188
I need to cook some Polish food soon and get some new pictures in here. Been doing a lot of cooking but not Polish.

A friend of mine was telling me tonight about nalesniki. I had never heard of it until he explained it. Anyone have any pictures of that?
plk123 8 | 4,150
27 May 2009 #189
naleśniki = crêpe
Florin 2 | 40
27 May 2009 #190
omg.. :o u all made me tasty now :|
I just love Polish food
fred_chopin
27 May 2009 #191
Anyone have any pictures of that?

I may make it tomorrow. Maybe I will post some pics. I meant to post some pics of my foray into kopytka, but they are still in the camera.
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
27 May 2009 #192
Ah they look nice enough. I'll have to get them from somewhere.

I may make it tomorrow. Maybe I will post some pics. I meant to post some pics of my foray into kopytka, but they are still in the camera.

Oh yes that would be good. And the kopytka as well. And anything else that anybody happens to have. :)
fred_chopin
28 May 2009 #193
OK Here goes with the kopytka. Can't say it is as good as Babcia's, but it passed the "Won't Make You Vomit" Test:

To be continued...


  • Mash the Potatoes

  • Rice them - Warm first

  • Add Potato Flour and some regular flour

  • Add an Egg Too.
fred_chopin
28 May 2009 #194
Part Deux!


  • Season with Salt and Pepper

  • Knead - Be sure to remove rings...

  • Ready to roll out...

  • Rolling Rolling Rolling! The fun part.
fred_chopin
28 May 2009 #195
Serve with bacon, sour cream and green onions. Maybe tomorrow, I will show you how to ruin nalesniki!


  • Cut into bite sized Morsels

  • Ready to Boil

  • Everybody into the pool!

  • Don't get interrupted whilst frying :-(
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
28 May 2009 #196
Good job Fred (multi-talented ;)

I am now hungry and will have to raid the cupboards...

Thanks for posting, they're great. :)
fred_chopin
28 May 2009 #197
Good job Fred

Thanks PD! Smacznego!
plk123 8 | 4,150
29 May 2009 #198
nice..

how much is "some" flour? and how many taters did use?
fred_chopin
29 May 2009 #200
how many taters did use

Depends on how much you didn't eat from the night before! :-)

how much is "some" flour?

It comes down to texture, and how much potato is left over.

The texture is somewhere between Goo, and Crumbly. As if that helps, huh?
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
29 May 2009 #202
This thread makes me hungry! ;)

Mr Chopin, do you have a recipe for kopytka with proper measurements?
plk123 8 | 4,150
29 May 2009 #203
the ones he posted are close enough.. very polish recipe indeed. :D

thanks fred.
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
29 May 2009 #204
Yes the pictures are great but I could do with a written recipe with measurements in it, not that I really like following a recipe but when I make something the first time it's always handy... :)
Lir
29 May 2009 #205
recipezaar.com/Polish-Kopytka-Potato-Dumplings-189248

bakespace.com/recipes/detail/Polish-Kopytka-(Potato-Dumplings)/14820/

Is that any help ?

I put two links up and they both use similar amounts apart from the salt !

My Mom never weighed anything and most Polish people just instinctively know how much to add. I learnt by watching my Mom lot when I was little.

:)
OP PolskaDoll 28 | 2,104
29 May 2009 #206
Cheers for that Lir. :)

I only use recipes when starting off something new. After the first time I don't bother with them. Same with weighing, first time weigh, after that don't bother. ;)
Lir
29 May 2009 #207
I only use recipes when starting off something new.

Yes I'm just the same as well especially with some traditional English dishes <first time I made Yorkshire Pudding was a nightmare Lol>

Cheers for that Lir. :)

Yvw. :)
Cardno85 31 | 976
29 May 2009 #208
I only use recipes when starting off something new. After the first time I don't bother with them. Same with weighing, first time weigh, after that don't bother. ;)

I am the same, except when making pastry dishes as it really does need to be exact in that case.

As for meat, fish and veg...I just keep tasting until it tastes right.
Lir
29 May 2009 #209
You got the quotes mixed up Cardno.

PD said that up there LOL.

I just keep tasting until it tastes right.

:)
coffeenvanilla 1 | 19
30 May 2009 #210
Few Polish dishes I made a while ago...


  • Brudas / Polish Poppy Seed Cake

  • Pyzy / Kluski Śląskie / Polish Potato Balls

  • Pierogi Leniwe / Polish "Lazy" Dumplings

  • Spiced Fruit Soup with Almonds / Zupa Owocowa z Płatkami Migdałowymi


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