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POLISH RECIPES!



Meljoy444 - | 1    
10 Oct 2007  #91

Hi, I have a friend who moved here from Poland and his mom makes these crepes filled with mushrooms (always at Christmas). I have been trying to get the recipe for years and he doesn't bother to get it for me. His mom says "she just makes it." Which I guess means it is in her head and she doesn't want to write it down. Another Polish friend told me the food I am interetsed in may be called Krokeity (he is a roomate of the guy whose mom makes it). So I have looked up recipes online and I found one but it has sauerkraut in it. The recipe I want, is just the crepes with mushrooms inside and fried on the stove. It was the best thing I have ever eaten. If you have a recipe for that I would be so grateful! My email address is Meljoy444@aol.com. Thank you so much! ~Melanie


Kochana - | 3    
11 Oct 2007  #92

Topic attached on merging:
polish recepies

where can i find good polish recipes on the internet?

Right here for starters ;)
JUANITA    
11 Oct 2007  #93

HI I'M LOOKING FOR THE RECIPE FOR POLISH CREAM CAKE BY DANUTA WYRAZIK CAN ANYONE HELP ME .JUANITARMC@YAHOO.COM
dicegame    
12 Oct 2007  #94

Hi. I'm looking for some easy/quick recipes. I work with college students and on Monday nights we cook. This week is Polish food. I need something that can feed anywhere from 2 to 7 people. I also need at least one veggie dish as one of the students is a vegetarian.

If someone could email me a couple of ideas I would be forever grateful!

dicegame_amy@hotmail.com
Zgubiony 15 | 1,555    
12 Oct 2007  #95

Hi. I'm looking for some easy/quick recipes.

We have many here. Why don't you look at all of the topics....like this one :)
aprd68    
12 Oct 2007  #96

have you tried the search option

yes but its not the kluski my mother made , hers were like hoofs, made with mash potato ,flour. dont know which self raising or plain ,eggs, the end product was put into a pan of boiling water & when done she would pour fried onion over them,mmmmmmmmm

mmmmmmmmmmican taste them now.
polishchef312#    
10 Nov 2007  #97

have you ever heard of dry cottage cheese?
because I am making polish rolls and it says
that one of the ingredients is dry cottage cheese
I have no idea what that is?
farwegca - | 1    
13 Nov 2007  #98

hello do you have a recipe for cabbage rolls?
wifeofpole - | 3    
13 Nov 2007  #100

Wow, thank you for having this forum! I am making a big birthday feast for my Polish father-in-law this weekend--he'll be 91. I did it last year too, and it was a huge hit with him, my hubby, and my friends. And the leftovers--wow, that made all the work worth it!

One thing I didn't make were potato pancakes, because I didn't think they would keep crisp in the oven and I didn't want to be frying them during the party. Is there a trick anyone has come up with? I know that would put this year's party over the top!
aaa    
15 Nov 2007  #101

Those are potato pancakes. In Polish: Placki Ziemniaczane.

potato pancakes are made with raw grated potatoes.. Kluski slaskie or kopytka are made with parbolied mashed potatoes

One thing I didn't make were potato pancakes, because I didn't think they would keep crisp in the oven and I didn't want to be frying them during the party!

nah i dont think u can make them any other way than frying and serving straight away. and even if fried, when they get cold, they lose out of the crispyness and become soft and kind of chewy

Hi Krysia, If you add handfull of dried plums, it will make bigos devine! im not sure about allspice, we never add this to our bigos.
wifeofpole - | 3    
15 Nov 2007  #102

nah i dont think u can make them any other way than frying and serving straight away. and even if fried, when they get cold, they lose out of the crispyness and become soft and kind of chewy

Yes, that is what I thought, too. We're having about 50 people so that's not feasible. They will have to make do with everything else I'm making! I just finished the bigos tonight so it can sit for a couple of days. MMMM!
Genia - | 1    
17 Nov 2007  #103

Polishchef

Add salt to taste, one tablespoon of sugar to one quart of cottage cheese.
Place in muslim bag. Some twist bag and hang for a week. I have pressed the bag for the same week using a dish and wrapped weights. Why blend it when it tastes delicous as is,

dry and crumbly.
polish girl - | 11    
19 Nov 2007  #104

i hope the party went well. I havent had bigos for ages, but im going home (poland) for xmas and i cant wait! :)
cookifitscold - | 1    
19 Nov 2007  #105

Hi, I'm looking for a recipes that has kluski noodles, cabbage and either polish sausage or pork, had it at a friend of a friends house years ago, and it was delious...wondering if its called something and how to make it
Aresenya - | 1    
28 Nov 2007  #106

I am going crazy trying to find an authentic polish sausage recipe.
My Momma ia 100% polish and I want to make her some for christmas.
Its the one recipe she doesn't remember how to make.
telefonitika    
28 Nov 2007  #107

Aresenya

what about "white borsch with white sausage" dish?
kanniemark - | 1    
1 Dec 2007  #108

Hi. Does anyone have a recipe which includes sausage, cabbage and pierogi? If so, I'd appreciate you letting me know. Thanks
bpx    
3 Dec 2007  #109

My grandma used to make a red beet soup she pronounced phoss, any idea of the correct spelling or the recipe? We called it Pink soup. Thank You!!!
krysia 23 | 3,067    
3 Dec 2007  #110

maybe that's barszcz? You would say it barshch
polishgirltx    
3 Dec 2007  #111

yes, i think it's barszcz.....it is pink if you add a bit of cream...
terri    
10 Dec 2007  #112

dry cottage cheese is bakers cottage cheese found in the dairy section

i have a question. i am looking for a recipe for a bread my mother made when i was young. it was a crusty bread with cheese on top.i would like the recipe if possible
wnygrl585    
16 Dec 2007  #113

I think you are making fun of me but I used to live in the southern part of the U.S.

Those southeners will eat anything. LOL

have you ever heard of dry cottage cheese?

Dry cottage cheese is the same as Farmers cheese. I just bought some in a Polish deli but it was imported from Kracow.
hgt506    
18 Dec 2007  #114

what is the history of the chrusciki
buffaloboy    
14 Jan 2008  #115

my grandmother used to make small stuffed/rolled steaks (held together with toothpicks). inside i think was bread and onion and maybe bacon, not certain about spices. fried, then baked--very delicious. my brother is visiting soon an i would like to make him some. any ideas??? thanks so much
RJ_cdn - | 269    
14 Jan 2008  #116

The dish is called Zrazy.
Krakowiak123 1 | 6    
20 Jan 2008  #117

Where'd "SerbPolish" go? They were great recipes!!!
Sadek 4 | 136    
20 Jan 2008  #118

SerbPolish

OMG O.o I see Crow activity brings results :P




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