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BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
8 Jan 2007 #61
The type of breakfasts i eat in poland a pretty much as described by kasper in the post you linked to... the only hot dish i have had have been eggs... scrambled, fried or boiled...

Quoting Kasper

"Good Polish breakfast is usually chleb (bread), an assortment of szinki (cold meats), eggs are popular too. My family usually has cottage cheese/farm cheese as well.

A really big brekkie may include some cold smoked fish, a cold salad and some other nice things including the best bread money can buy and freshly churned, lightly salted butter."
lef 11 | 478
8 Jan 2007 #62
The type of breakfasts i eat in poland a pretty much as described by kasper in the post you linked to... the only hot dish i have had have been eggs... scrambled, fried or boiled...

I bet you miss the bacon and eggs (grilled crispy bacon) sausages, grilled tomartos and baked beans and toasts? :) and real coffee
BubbaWoo 33 | 3,510
8 Jan 2007 #63
mate... ive not eaten dead animal in twenty years...!!

real coffee... first thing every day... regardless of where i am... :)
Crazy Horse RV
25 Jan 2007 #64
You eat animals alive???
FISZ 24 | 2,116
25 Jan 2007 #65
mate... ive not eaten dead animal in twenty years...!!

A really big brekkie may include some cold smoked fish

ak_nelson - | 22
27 Jan 2007 #66
I'm looking for a good recipe for the milky rice and apple dish.

It seemed a fairly common, and simple dish. I made something pretty close, but didn't seem quite right. Any help?
17 Feb 2007 #67
My Grandma used to make a very simple spinach soup using milk (or maybe it was cream), spinach, and vinegar. It was a very liquidy soup, very thin, not thick. Does anyone have a recipe that is close to that?
krysia 23 | 3,057
17 Feb 2007 #68
Rice and apple dish

11/2 cups of rice
2 apples
1.5 cup milk
1.5 cup water
1 teaspoon butter
1/2 cup sugar
Margarine to spread on bottom of baking dish

Boil rice in water mixed with milk. add salt and butter. Pare and core apples. slice thinly. Each slice put in sugar and cinamon. Spread margarine onto baking dish. Put rice on bottom, cover with the apples and repeat. The top layer should be covered with rice.

You can spread sweetened cream over the rice to bake nicer. Put in oven (350) for 1/2 hour. Serve hot with vanilla sugar.
7 Apr 2007 #69
I need help with a recipe that is like a big egg ball. My fiance says it's called Yainesnick, and I don't even know how to spell it....he wants it for Easter and I'm clueless..
9 Apr 2007 #70
Are there any recipes for any kind of Polish Spreads for bread?
9 Apr 2007 #72
When I was a kid an aunt of mine made a good, sweet bread called Babka. It had golden raisins in it. She always made it around Easter time. Do you have this recipe? I am also looking for Beet soup. I know it contains beets, pork bones and sourcream. Please let me know if you have both of these. I would appreciate it.
FISZ 24 | 2,116
9 Apr 2007 #73
I'd browse through this cuisine area. I know there are Barszcz recipes floating around. Not too sure about the babka though. You can just google that.
10 Apr 2007 #74
What is a really good Polish dessert?

Or if no ones actually here, I'll just ask myself...
12 Apr 2007 #75
Do you have an easy recipe for Zurek? We had someone from Canada send us the premade winery brand but I want to try the real thing my husband said its SO much better.

Also A recipe for Polish bread, my husband talks about his babcie making it has a really tough crust.???
Plz I would love to suprize him with it one day after he gets off work.!

Or if no ones actually here, I'll just ask myself...

1 pint creamed small curd cottage cheese
2 eggs
1 teaspoon grated orange rinds
1/3 cup slivered almonds, roasted
1/4 cup raisins
1/4 cup sugar
8 crepes
Sour cream
1. Mix cottage cheese, eggs, orange rind, almonds, raisins and sugar.
2. Divide filling onto center of crepes (about 1/3 cup on each), fold in two sides of each crepe then roll up, enclosing filling completely.
3. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in skillet and brown rolled crepes, turning gently once or twice.
4. Serve hot with dairy sour cream and cinnamon sugar.
12 Apr 2007 #76
Hello, I am moroccan cook working in a hotel, i am very interested in polish recipes.could you please email me in this address :

so that we change ideas and recipes belonging to our both countries.
i also master international cuisine such as French,American,German
you are welcome to exchage messages with me.

Karima 3 | 50
12 Apr 2007 #77
salam bowlur ,labas 3lik? bastila my childhood :)
chefmorosi - | 15
16 Apr 2007 #78
Today, 14:33 - Attached on merging:
Everyone who comes to this website contribute a recipe!

I would like for everyone to contribute a recipe so I can help broaden my horizon on the polish cuisine...I am a 24 yr old Italian Chef looking to develope recipes of when I meet my polish beuty I will know just what to cook her!
16 Apr 2007 #79
Mine is Egg on toast

1 egg
1 bread

break egg throw in pan cook couple mins

put bread in toaster "wait" toast pops up, put on plate.

egg done, put egg on toast on plate

tres bon!
7 May 2007 #80
Salatki Gyros. I have found many recipies in Polish... need it in Eng, to get a few things straight. mostly the order of how to put it all together. I have had it before,,, and now am trying it myself. this is what i am using
GrandeSande 2 | 119
25 May 2007 #81


I read about a cheesecake called_Sernik_ It was described as having cheese, raisins and a crumbly, golden crust. Is this the recipe you gave? but with the raisins added?

Also, is _farmers cheese_ the same as cottage cheese?

20 Jun 2007 #82
Baba, I know what you're talking about. I don't know it by that name though. I knew it as sedek (not sure of spelling but I pronounce it 'see deck'). My grandmother and mother always made it for Easter. They've both passed and I'm sorry I don't have their recipe as that was my favorite Easter food. It's a little late for Easter but here's a recipe that I just came across. Now I'm craving it. lol

Easter Cheese

1 qt milk
12 eggs
1 tsp. salt
1 Tbls. sugar

Heat milk, add beaten eggs, salt and sugar. Cook on very low heat, stirring it constantly with a wooden spoon. Stir until the mixture is thick and separated from water. Pour into cheese cloth, tie top of the cheese cloth to form a ball and hang to let it drain. Let it get completely cold and slice when needed.
21 Jun 2007 #84
Thank you for the correct name Krysia. We never called it by name so I guess I probably heard the name when I was a kid, thought they said sedek and called it that ever since. lol
krysia 23 | 3,057
21 Jun 2007 #85
You welcome. :)
21 Jun 2007 #86
I'm so glad I found this forum.. Oh, the memories!!!
1 Jul 2007 #87
Does anyone have a recipe for good, traditional Polish cookies? I have a close Polish friend who is a big fan of desserts and I wanted to bake something for him. He likes the ram's horn (?) cookies. Is there anything similar to those?
5 Oct 2007 #88
we live in kentucky and every year we go home to Wiscosin for "Polish Fest" the Aunts and grandma get together with us young folks to cook tradisional polish food. i'd like to contrubute and make a soup. is there a soup maybe with cabbage or veg and beef something like that thay anyone has to share?
9 Oct 2007 #89
recipe for kluski pls
Zgubiony 15 | 1,554
9 Oct 2007 #90
have you tried the search option?

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