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Your all time favourite Polish Dishes!


nana
5 Sep 2009 #31
Oh I love pierogi!!!!! "ruskie" with cheese or with mushrooms. I can eat it all the time. but i've got a question- what's "gerkins" ? ;)
Seanus 15 | 19,706
5 Sep 2009 #32
Gherkins are pickles. In Polish, ogórki konserwowy.
scottie1113 7 | 898
5 Sep 2009 #33
Golabki is great, pierogi is boring. I love bigos and golonka.
nana
6 Sep 2009 #34
have you ever eaten czernina soup? ;)
I ate it only once and never again :)
Recently I've liked livers or kidneys and "flaki" :)
stevew 2 | 29
28 Sep 2009 #36
Schab would be one of my favorites.

Bigos also. I've learned to make a really good bigos :)

Can anyone tell me exactly what cut of meat the Schab is made from? I see nothing that looks like it in the butchers shops here. What might be the English term for this cut of meat?
Krystal 6 | 95
28 Sep 2009 #37
I voted for Pierogi.

I also love Polish smoked sausage and fresh sausage too.
I also love stuffed cabbages.
I love saurkrauts too.

Did I missed anything else?
ShawnH 8 | 1,506
28 Sep 2009 #38
Did I missed anything else?

Nalesniki!
krysia 23 | 3,057
28 Sep 2009 #39
I also love Polish smoked sausage and fresh sausage too.
I also love stuffed cabbages.
I love saurkrauts too.

you must be full of gas and chunky by now :)
Zee - | 5
28 Sep 2009 #40
I love placki but I can't live without mielonego or schabowego. It's just too much to choose from. I always make sure to try zapiekanka or tost when I go back. Can't go wrong with gofry, kukurydza or flondra when you visit Baltic Sea
Gaa 2 | 155
10 Nov 2009 #41
pigeons:) with tomato or mushroom sauce
polkamaniac 1 | 482
30 Nov 2009 #42
I'm surprised that barszcz only got 3 votes.It's a great soup especially with Polish rye bread.


  • barszcz czerwony
convex 20 | 3,978
30 Nov 2009 #43
zurek is where it's at.
Seanus 15 | 19,706
30 Nov 2009 #44
Silesian żurek or....? I tried it near Warsaw and it isn't nearly as good as here. They have it with egg here and the texture is a little bit different.
convex 20 | 3,978
30 Nov 2009 #45
I had some shockingly good zurek outside of Kielce at a friends place. He had just brought his pig to the butcher, so we had fresh sausage and eggs fresh from the coop. It was amazing. There were some diced potatoes in there, pieces of bacon, something green, bread on the side. Speaking of which, it's about time to head to Kielce again...
scottie1113 7 | 898
30 Nov 2009 #46
barszcz

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I didn't like it in the US where it's called borsh (not sure about the spelling) and I don't like it here because I just don't like beets. I love golambki (cabbage rolls), bigos, golonka (either baked or boiled, but boiled is much more common). It's always tranlated as pork knuckle, but it's really a joint from a leg. I recently ate some incredibly good Kashubiam pierogi and that's moved up a lot higher on my list. I didn't mention any seafood because I don't think of it as a Polish dish. Carp's not seafood (it's a freshwater fish) and it's just crap spelled another way. Disgusting.
Allison
25 May 2010 #47
Thread attached on merging:
What is your favorite Polish dish?

I like kielbasa haha jk
plk123 8 | 4,150
25 May 2010 #48
bigos, flaki, pierogi and definitely all kielbasas although i really like kabanosy maybe the most.

Allison, have you actually had a real polish kielbasa? not the crap that's sold at regular stores wrapped in plastic?

btw. isn't there another thread with this same subject already?
beckski 12 | 1,617
25 May 2010 #49
btw. isn't there another thread with this same subject already?

I think there's already been about a billion similar threads. But for the record, I'd have to go for kapusta.
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
25 May 2010 #50
What is your favorite Polish dish?

Mrs Szarlotka (with the new barmaid at my local a very close second)
ShawnH 8 | 1,506
25 May 2010 #51
Bolesławiec. Corelle Ware would be my close second.
poland_
25 May 2010 #52
zurek
plk123 8 | 4,150
25 May 2010 #53
Mrs Szarlotka

lol.. nice.. :D

zurek

yeah., that is some good stuff too.. i also like the red borscht..
Allison
26 May 2010 #54
Allison, have you actually had a real polish kielbasa? not the crap that's sold at regular stores wrapped in plastic?

No, I haven't eaten the fake ones. I'm sure they're bad for you and full of fat. Wouldn't be a good thing for me though lol I don't need fattening American food and fattening Polish food. We Americans eat some bad stuff lol, no room for junky international food.
internaldialog 4 | 145
26 May 2010 #55
Allison, have you actually had a real polish kielbasa? not the crap that's sold at regular stores wrapped in plastic?

i read that soooo sooooo very wrongly lolz ... classic Polish sausage innuendo popped into my head sorry

Pierogi
Gobłaki

ill try anything once but dont even think of serving me Flaki (yuck)
nincompoop_not 2 | 192
26 May 2010 #56
LENIWCE!

Im a pierogi person, and love 'pierogi ruskie', but pierogi leniwe (cottage/farmers cheese kind of based) are all time favourite

Sweet or sour
sweet - topping with buttery and sweetened breadcrumbs
sour - with sour cream and sugar

and potatoes pancakes - love them too

pretty good recipe for leniwe

easteuropeanfood.about.com/od/noodlesdumplings/r/lazypierogi.htm
polkamaniac 1 | 482
26 May 2010 #57
I'm not picky, just give me a little of all the classic favourites.!!!!



Allison
26 May 2010 #58
You are making me hungry.
pgtx 30 | 3,158
26 May 2010 #59
you all guys like kapusta... i wouldn't like to sleep with you after you ate it... walk it off.... hehe...

i like flaczki, bigos, pomidorówka, krupnik, łazanki, kotlet z rączką, mizeria, tarta marchewka z cukrem as for a salad, surówka, pieczywo, sos tatarski, sznycle, zrazy...

OK, dinner time... :))
Bzibzioh
26 May 2010 #60
My favorite dish is the kind I don't have to cook and I don't have to do the dishes afterward.

:)


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