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Your all time favourite Polish Dishes!


dtaylor 9 | 823
26 Sep 2008 #1
Time to finally stop the arguing, and vote for your favorite!
Sorry if i didnt included everything, i tried to get the most common dishes into the poll:)

So lets see how the Poles and the rest of the world vote it out.
Shawn_H
26 Sep 2008 #2
I didn't see Doda listed, so I voted for bigos.
OP dtaylor 9 | 823
26 Sep 2008 #3
You would need a pretty big mouth to get it around her kahooners:)

Cant believe you vote bigos, reminds me of preserved sick:(
Dziedzic 3 | 43
26 Sep 2008 #5
Id vote for them all if I could.

I voted for Pierogi though.
OP dtaylor 9 | 823
27 Sep 2008 #6
just to keep this battle of the tastebuds going:)
Krzysztof 2 | 973
27 Sep 2008 #7
Voted for Placki Ziemniaczane, but Barszcz and Pierogi (all of the vegetarians types) come close, too bad you can choose only one option in the poll :(
rumanu 2 | 15
10 Oct 2008 #8
I love most of them, so hard to choose, but bigos is the best!
plk123 8 | 4,150
10 Oct 2008 #9
all of the above but i'll ad another. zsiadle mleko.

polska kielbasa is the best. i can't stand the ones that are choked in plastic though. it has to be polska made by polaks. yum.
Shawn_H
10 Oct 2008 #10
bigos is the best

Went to a Polish restaurant last weekend and had some of the yummiest fattiest bigos, and some wonderful fresh chleb, a Żubr, and got a meal to go for lunch on Monday - Kotlet Mielone and some kartofflen... yum.
plk123 8 | 4,150
10 Oct 2008 #11
kartofflen

ziemniaki you nazi. ;) :D
Shawn_H
10 Oct 2008 #12
come on, I have heard loads of Poles call them the K word....
plk123 8 | 4,150
10 Oct 2008 #13
those are nazis too. that's how we can tell. lol

but yes. but it's kartofel/le
Krzysztof 2 | 973
11 Oct 2008 #14
those are nazis too. that's how we can tell.

OMG, I'm busted :(
bv
22 Mar 2009 #15
My Mom used to make something called kliskas (not exactly sure of the spelling) They were some sort of potato dumplings with onions. We always loved them and Mom would only make them for special occasions. Mom's gone now and I sure would like to know how to make kliskas.
selena
25 Mar 2009 #16
bv
do you mean "kluski"?
hhhs11
4 Apr 2009 #17
My grandmother would spend hours cooking Easter dinner for the extended family. I had to think long and hard about choosing a favorite! The pierogi were amazing... but so was EVERYTHING she made. Her Easter Babka was something she took great pride in. I especially liked her Chruschiki and Kiffles.
Mystic 2 | 48
12 Apr 2009 #18
Mmm, kielbasa. That's what we're having tomorrow for Easter. :)
lngecraw - | 2
4 Jun 2009 #19
What is actually these foods?
Kapusniak 2 | 4
20 Jul 2009 #22
A big vote here for Kapuśniak -- what else. :)
(seriously, it is one of my all-time favourites)

Nothing cleans out the sinuses in the middle of winter like a steaming bowl of real rosoł!

My mom would always make kotety mielone z kartoflamy. But she made so much mashed potatoes that you'd save the leftovers and have fried ziemniaki with a glass of cold milk for lunch the next day.

One thing my mother used to make is something she called "Kałduny". Basically, it's ground pork wrapped in potato dough (what you get when you're making Placki Ziemniaczane but with most of the liquid squeezed out) then boiled. And my mother made them big -- at least the size of a baseball or a large grapefruit! And the next day, cut up and fried with bacon, they were even better.

Oh man, the memories.
pgtx 30 | 3,158
20 Jul 2009 #23
i see that pierogi are winning... there are better things... like kotlet schabowy z rączka (with a bone)... yummm....
but you, newbies, stick to pierogi, i guess... ;)
elblagowo - | 7
21 Jul 2009 #24
pyzy, schaboszczak, kielbacha, pierogi, golabki, placki ziemniaczane, kopytka...
nice cold beer (tyskie or zywiec) on top of everything and I am happy

....i zasmazka!!!!

now I'm drooling. thanks
sadieann 2 | 205
21 Jul 2009 #25
One of my faves: Golabki (Cabbage Rolls). Just made a large batch>yum!
tornado2007 11 | 2,274
21 Jul 2009 #26
Cabbage Rolls

that is disgusting, how could that be a (favourite Polish dish), if i wanted leaves in a sandwhich i'd go in the garden and pick them off the trees. This dosen't exactly set the pallet on fire does it, how boring, not knocking all Polish food but this sounds less than average.
Cardno85 31 | 976
21 Jul 2009 #27
how could that be a (favourite Polish dish), if i wanted leaves in a sandwhich

Not a bread roll!!!

It is minced meat rolled in a cabbage leaf and then cooked, often with either mushroom or tomato sauce...it's well tasty!
tornado2007 11 | 2,274
21 Jul 2009 #28
ok now that sounds a lot more tasty :):):) yum yum
polkamaniac 1 | 482
22 Aug 2009 #29
I personally have to say that "Patyczki" has got to be up there in the top 3.I love them and can't get enough to eat.We make them by the roast pan and the disappear quickly !!!!!
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446
22 Aug 2009 #30
My favourite is not on the list. It is KURCZĘ PO POLSKU - roast chicken stuffed with dill-flavoured bread & liver stuffing.
Anther is JAJK FASZEROWEANE - egg half-shells filled with chopped hard-cooked eggs, cooked onion and dill, sprinkled with bread crumsb and fried in butter and served warm.


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