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Pistachio77 - | 7
25 Sep 2009 #181
Thank you :)
Pictures are coming soon. For now I have collected all family and friends receipes, so they are all in one place. Well- not all yet, but almost. I was spending way too much time on translating kg into lb or cups when I was cooking. Now it is all there :)

Glad you like it.
Ozzi - | 1
26 Sep 2009 #182
I was given a piece of Boczek, but don't really know what the best thing to do with it!
Any advice would be great.
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384
26 Sep 2009 #183
I was given a piece of Boczek, but don't really know what the best thing to do with it!

use it to make bigos
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
26 Sep 2009 #184
was given a piece of Boczek, but don't really know what the best thing to do with it!

Fry it up in big chunks, and adorn your pierogis with it. Onions too, if you are so inclined.
rdywenur 1 | 157
8 Oct 2009 #185
Do you know that most of the recipes you talk about or ask for so far are in the cookbook called Polish Heritage by Robert Strobel and excellent book.
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
9 Oct 2009 #186
Sounds nice except I understand there is no such thing as graham cracker crumbs in Poland. Correct me if I'm wrong. Maybe by now some Food of the World type shop carries them. At any rate, they are not indigenous to Polish cookery.
osiol 55 | 3,922
9 Oct 2009 #187
I made barszcz last night, only I use a secret recipe. I can reveal that I used five species of umbellifer and water with a couple of ingredients I won't name, just to maintain secrecy (unless anyone asks nicely). It is really easy to cook, but I'm never entirely sure if there's something I'm missing. Nobody Polish has ever tasted my barszcz.
krysia 23 | 3,058
9 Oct 2009 #188
only I use a secret recipe

is it siusiu?
osiol 55 | 3,922
9 Oct 2009 #189
Damn! I've been found out.
Home made kielbasa, anyone?
6 Dec 2009 #190
My mom used to make "kluski z miesem" Basically it was the meat from pierogi with potato wrapped around it. She would boil them and then pour the sauteed salt pork over them. Do you have a recipe? I need the filing recipe as well. Thank you, Annette
Seanus 15 | 19,706
6 Dec 2009 #191
There is a book called Polish Cooking at It contains many recipes, new and old, and I got it as a Xmas present for sb back home. The authoress is Marzenna Kasprzycka.
bubbaeaton - | 1
12 Dec 2009 #192
Hi this is my first time on this Forum i'm looking for a recipe for chrusciki's thank you.
polkamaniac 1 | 482
12 Dec 2009 #193
Chruscziki-here ya go Bubba----enjoy

5 egg yolks
1/2teaspoon of salt

1/4 cup sugar
2 and 1/4 cups flour
3 tablespoons water
1 teaspoon vanilla

Beat yolks in bowl until thick. Add salt, sugar and flavoring, beat well. Add water and flour alternately until well blended. Turn dough onto floured board. Cover and allow to rest for 10 minuets. Knead dough until dough begins to blister. Roll thin. Cut into strips about 1 inch wide by about 4 inches long. Cut gash in center and twist end through. Fry in deep fat at 375 until lightly browned. Drain on absorbent paper. When cool dust with vanilla flavored powdered sugar.
12 Dec 2009 #194

This page has pictures showing you how to shape them too!

Mmmmmm yummy........haven't had any of those for ages.

polkamaniac 1 | 482
13 Dec 2009 #195
Here is a peek at the final outcome.Delicious enough to eat !!!!

ShawnH 8 | 1,507
29 Dec 2009 #196
Your work? Looks tasty!
kith 1 | 72
12 Jan 2010 #198
Need recipe for chocolate fig pie

Damn, that sounds sooooooo good. Does anyone have a recipe for it?
polkamaniac 1 | 482
12 Jan 2010 #199
Chocolate fig pie----Here ya go---Enjoy
14 California fig cookies
2 c Milk
1 pk Vanilla-flavored pudding mix
1/2 c Light molasses
1 ts Cinnamon
1/2 ts Allspice
1 ts Vanilla
1/2 ts Salt
1 10-inch pie shell, cooled
Whipped cream Crumble fig cookies into milk. Add pudding mix. Stir over heat until pudding bubbles. Remove from fire and stir in molasses, cinnamon, allspice. Add vanilla and salt. Cool. Place in cooled pie shell. Top with sweetened, vanilla-flavored whipped cream. Serves 6-8.
kith 1 | 72
14 Jan 2010 #200
Seems like it could be this, too:
ravi jaya
20 Feb 2011 #201
Thirty years back I tasted rolled baked pork wrapped by some leaves, prepared by the mother of my room mate at the University.

It was really tasty and I am yet to taste that type of baked meat.

Are you in a position to give the recipe

Ravi Jayananda
Wroclaw Boy
20 Feb 2011 #202

Heres a recipe.

its a great dish if made correctly.
internaldialog 4 | 145
20 Feb 2011 #203
ravi jaya

Just look for the Gobłaki recipe :)

or if you cbd'd to google here is a link: goblaki receipe
ShawnH 8 | 1,507
21 Feb 2011 #204
its a great dish if made correctly

The wife made some last night with kasza? and no tomato sauce. Went well with the gravy. She said it was mostly a southern recipe, her mother would never make it that way....
beckski 12 | 1,617
22 Feb 2011 #205
Sour cream for potato pancakes is tastier, when thinned out a bit with buttermilk :)
Eurola 4 | 1,909
22 Feb 2011 #206
Hmm, never tried that but I will. I had a taste for potato pancakes with goulash the other day, so I made it. Lots of work but I thought I bite my tongue off chowing it down; it was so good! :)
Lifezgood - | 1
9 Apr 2011 #207
Hi! I'm looking for a recipe for a Polish cheesecake that has chocolate cake mixed in. It looks marbled. I found a photo of it on the web but that's as close as it comes. They make it at our local Polish Market but only once a year. Would you happen to have a recipe for this??? ~Thanks for your time~
12 Sep 2011 #208
I'm trying to find a recipe for Polish coleslaw....we had it in Wroclaw on holiday. It was delicious! I think it had shredded cabbage, onion, carrot and celery seeds in it but it had a kind of vinegarette dressing with just a hint of mayo. Please help. I'm addicted to it! Thanks.
gumishu 11 | 5,740
12 Sep 2011 #209
the thing is there may be countless variations of these recipe with differing dressings and ingredients - the other things is it's nothing traditional - why don't you just experiment with the ingredients - one recipe I have found goes like this: a quarter of a white cabbage, 2 apples, 1 onion, 1 carrot, some green parsley, mayo, sugar, salt, pepper - I'm pretty sure the ingredients were a bit different with the salad you had (including the dressing) - there may have been some vinegar in the dressing - I don't actually know what you mean by celery seeds - I have never heard of celery seeds as a herb/seasoning - were the seeds dry or green? - I guess dill must have been part of the dressing (it gives a nice aroma)
Sidliste_Chodov 1 | 441
12 Sep 2011 #210

Whenever I see this, I think it looks like a Polish name, lol

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