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POLISH RECIPES!


Itxazoa1957
30 Jan 2008 #121
Hi,

I love to cook and enjoy trying new recipes. I would like to have a recipe to make Surowka, the delicious shreded winter vegetables polish salad. Can you help me please?

Thanks!! Norma
Kuchi 1 | 9
1 Feb 2008 #122
Those are potato pancakes. In Polish: Placki Ziemniaczane.
Never heard the name tochinel though.

Mmmh, i love them!
Trulight
7 Feb 2008 #123
Hi, I am hoping you can help me. My babcia used to make stuffed cabbage, but not with the beef/rice mixture. She filled them with combination of grated raw potato, flour and egg and plenty of salt and pepper. Then she would put the rolls in pot with plate and weight on top and steam them. Oh how I wish I could make them. She also rolled out the filling dough and made dumpling she call jadee(sic).
Jo-Anne
17 Feb 2008 #124
My great-grandmother used to make a bread stuffed with either apricots or prunes. What I can remember, she laid the dough out, spread the filling onto the dough then rolled it up. I do not know what it is called and she had the recipe in her head as she could not read or write.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you!
ljc
25 Feb 2008 #125
My sister is in college and needs an easy recipe for her midterm. Any ideas?? thanks=)
Leslie42
26 Feb 2008 #126
I am looking for an authentic Kielbasa recipe. I've tried to make it to taste like my mom's, but it never turns out quite right. I don't think I have the seasonings correct. Any help would be appreciated!
harriet - | 1
27 Feb 2008 #127
i want to know how to make paczki
polski_zyd 2 | 72
27 Feb 2008 #128
buy a box and some wrapping paper lol ;)
RJ_cdn - | 267
27 Feb 2008 #129
i want to know how to make paczki

Pączki recipe made in Poland.
yuanqing96
21 Mar 2008 #130
Hi there - I am trying (have been forever!) to find a recipe my Bachi used to make. It was a cake....but it wasn't a heavy cake. It was light. She would make it in a tube pan and when it was done she would put a sugary glaze on it and then sprinkle it with those little candy-like balls....really really small balls....almost like sprinkles but round.......My sister would love it if I found this recipe and made it for her.......The little things we miss about our Babchi..........

Robin
Casha - | 1
21 Mar 2008 #131
any recipes for easter soup?
telefonitika
21 Mar 2008 #132
globalgourmet.com/destinations/poland/eastersp.html

there you go .. google "polish easter soup" will find more
Davey 13 | 388
21 Mar 2008 #133
One is a Serbian variation of bugia (anise flovered, cut into strips, deep fried until puffed, coated with powdered sugar)

I've made those before, but the recipe was called "Croatian bow ties" I think

BTW anyone have a recipe for pierogi ruskie?
telefonitika
21 Mar 2008 #134
BTW anyone have a recipe for pierogi ruskie?

again polishfoodrecipes.blogspot.com/2007/08/pierogi-ruskie-polish-du mplings-russian.html

and

recipezaar.com/111910
Wyspianska
21 Mar 2008 #135
tele is our good soul if we talk of recipes.. and not only recipes : )
thank you hun for all conversations you have had with me
Love you so much :D
telefonitika
21 Mar 2008 #136
Wyspianska

mwah .. anytime hunnie x :)
AKaninski 1 | 4
26 Mar 2008 #137
OH wow thanks for the Cheescake recipe Krysia :) I happen to love cheesecake :D
cflowers
28 Mar 2008 #138
I am looking for a chicken recipe, I think it is called Devoile or Deville. I was told it is similar to chicken cordon bleu, just stuffed with mushrooms and mozzarella cheese? Help
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499
28 Mar 2008 #139
Deville

If you are near Chicago you could pop in here and ask them, or for $12.50 you could try it !
lahasu 1 | 2
2 Apr 2008 #140
Has cream sauce, hard boiled eggs peas and either sweet piclkles or relish and is served cold.
macks73
3 Apr 2008 #141
im after a recipe that i have no idea of the name........... a clear based soup (chicken broth ??)with pasta parcels in it ... In the parcels was a spicy sausage.I was the best soup i have ever had.. If you could help me that would be great!

Rosół a blinami...... Is that a soup with pasta parcels in in.... Can i .. does someone have the recipe they can pass on to me. Thanx
krysia 23 | 3,057
3 Apr 2008 #142
Maybe it was a chicken soup with "kołduny" in it? "kołduny" are flour or potato filled with meat or mushroom filling inside
SweetPea 1 | 6
7 Apr 2008 #143
I am looking for a side dish, I am not sure of the name. It has meat (beef) and barley in it. Was served at a picnic when I was a child - it was cold, and made by a woman from Poland. Any help would be appreciated.
anita - | 3
7 Apr 2008 #144
help...I am looking for a recipe for knedlicky's. my grandma used to make them and she used peaches in them. I know it had potato and farina in the dough but that is about all I can remember. if anyone has a recipe please let me know
MezMer_eyes - | 1
14 Apr 2008 #145
Does anyone know the name of a polish cake-<in which is cut into individual squares> with the blueberries on the bottom? Its a white sweet cake.
Guest
15 Apr 2008 #146
I AM IN THE MIDDLE OF AN IMMIGRATION PROJECT AND I NEED A GOOD POLISH DESERT THAT IS..."NON-PERISHABLE" LIKE COOKIES OR SOMETHING! GIVE ME A LINK TO THE RECIPE OR JUST SHOW ME IT I DON'T CARE! I NEED A RECIPE BY TUESDAY

APRIL 22

kittens are really good when they are from Poland

haha just kidding
lucylamingtons - | 7
15 Apr 2008 #147
how about Chrusciki??? mmmmmmmmm yummmmyyy

recipezaar.com/56742

thats similar enough to how i do it i use vodka though and omit the citrus additions :P
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,448
20 Apr 2008 #148
Have you seen the word tochinel in print or was it conveyed merely by word of mouth? Since it does not ring a bell (unless it was meant to mean tłuczone /mashed/ as someone suggested), check if this was not a Jewish dish. Some poeple say 'my great-grandmother used to make this dish in Poland', but that does not necessarily mean she was an ethnic Pole.
Guest
20 May 2008 #149
i was given a recipe for szarlotka by a polish lady that was made with potato flour mixed with normal flour, i have lost the recipe. i cannot find one online that includes the potato flour which gives it a special crumble texture. can you help
Guest
21 May 2008 #150
I have the same problem with zurek, every recipe i make doesn't turn out, and i swear u sound like me my husband talks about REALZUREK and the same bread with a really hard crust. maybe they're related lol......


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