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Your all time favourite Polish Dishes!


pgtx 30 | 3,158
26 May 2010 #61
ah, every woman dream... :)
pgtx 30 | 3,158
26 May 2010 #63
oh yeah... a break once in the blue moon is not a crime!
ania1979 - | 1
26 May 2010 #64
I love golabki, kotlety schabowe, paszteciki z miesem i pierogi ruskie i z miesem. There is nothing better than Polish food!
Wroclaw Boy
26 May 2010 #65
I love golabki

Rice and meat rolled in cabbage leaves.

kotlety schabowe

Breadcrumbed battnened pork loin

paszteciki z miesem

pork pate, pasztet comes in many varieties.

pierogi ruskie i z miesem.

dumplings stuffed with cheese potatoe or meat

There is nothing better than Polish food!

the only Polish thing about any of the above is the name.

True Polish food as far as i can tell is Bogos and Flaki.
pgtx 30 | 3,158
26 May 2010 #66
ania1979:
paszteciki z miesem

pork pate, pasztet comes in many varieties.

it's actually something like that:

paszteciki z miesem
Wroclaw Boy
26 May 2010 #67
Ahh ha sausage rolls i see, share em out come on dont be shy, paszteciki z miesem: nothing but sausage rolls with a complicated name. Next thing you know Poles will be calling a roast dinner: wlowa z ziemniacki z broccoli z angielki sos. Come on get real.. Call it what it is.

Whats Polish for English breakfast? something real complicated i bet.......
shush 1 | 212
26 May 2010 #68
Ahh ha sausage rolls i see, share em out come on dont be shy, paszteciki z miesem:

Paszteciki are not really sausage rolls, inside is not a sausage, it's some kind of meaty filler, it tastes differently and it is made differently as well. Go and have some, you will know :P

I forgot to add - why Poles should call dishes with English names? O_o even if they were English...
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
26 May 2010 #69
I will have homemade pierogy this Friday at work :)

it's actually something like that

We have them in NL too, we call them Wortebroodjes (Sausage buns)

>^..^<

M-G (still thinks it's somewhat strange that you don't get tomato sauce served with pierogi:) )
Wroclaw 44 | 5,386
26 May 2010 #70
M-G (still thinks it's somewhat strange that you don't get tomato sauce served with pierogi:) )

you do in this house.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
26 May 2010 #71
Hm, then you must be an exception; the first time I got them everybody looked very strange at me when I sincerely asked where the tomato sauce was. And ever since every Polish person who serves me pierogi stresses that they are not eaten with tomato sauce...I guess I somehow still have that "ravioli" idea in my head when I eat them.

>^..^<

M-G (I like pierogi though, not all fillings, but generally I do like them)
pgtx 30 | 3,158
26 May 2010 #72
(still thinks it's somewhat strange that you don't get tomato sauce served with pierogi:) )

gross!!

I will have homemade pierogy this Friday at work :)

are you gonna make it?

Hm, then you must be an exception; the first time I got them everybody looked very strange at me when I sincerely asked where the tomato sauce was. And ever since every Polish person who serves me pierogi stresses that they are not eaten with tomato sauce..

of course... you're weird...

;)
Softsong 5 | 495
26 May 2010 #73
You'd have to call it ravioli then! LOL
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
26 May 2010 #74
are you gonna make it?

No, a Polish girl here at the office is going to bring them because it's international cuisine day at work on Friday and everbody will bring a speciality from their home country. I will bring my special peanut sauce and chicken skewers, I am making that anyway on Thursday evening. If I have time I will also make a bowl of "Jewish" spaghetti, a recipe that I got from my grandmother. It's actually called different, but I never seem to remember its name, so I just call it "Jewish spaghetti". I don't want to brag, but my peanut sauce is delicious, at least that's what everybody says who ever tasted it :)

of course... you're weird...

Hey! I like tomato sauce!

:)

>^..^<

M-G (yummy)
tonywob 6 | 43
26 May 2010 #75
Hey! I like tomato sauce!

Pierogi covered with Pudliszki's spicy tomato sauce. Delicious :P, yum yum *drool*
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
26 May 2010 #76
A good marinade for the chicken skewers I can give here, that's no big secret: take three tbl spoons of Soy sauce (better use Ketjap or Kecap as mentioned above), take one small red onion, 2 or 3 cloves of garlic (depending on your taste) and about 2 centimetres of gingerroot. Mince the onion, garlic and ginger in a foodblender and once minced, add the ketjap, 1/2 teaspoon of mild curry, cumin and paprika powder and the juice of half a lemon to it. Run the foodblender for a few seconds more just to mingle everything nicely and let it rest for 20 minutes. Dice in the meantime about a pound of chicken breast filet into dices of about a centimetre and put them in a bowl. Now scoop or pour the marinade from the foodblender and mix the chick with it until every dice is well covered. Put the bowl in the fridge for about 1 or 2 hours (better is one entire night, but if you don't have much time, an hour or two will do as well). After you put the bowl in the fridge, put a handfull of bamboo skewer sticks in a bowl of warm water and let them soak for an hour. This is to prevent them from breaking into nasty splinters when you put the chicken on them. Finally, pierce 3 or 4 chicken dice onto the sticks and grill them, turning them when the upper side is nicely brown. Should be done in about 10 to 15 minutes total. Eet smakelijk :)

NB, if the marinade is too "dry", add one more tbl spoon of Ketjap to it. I also forgot you have to add three teaspoons of sugar to it to counter any over-soury taste.

>^..^<

M-G (Eet Smakelijk, Smacznego (?), Bon Appetite, Selamat Makan)
gregy741 4 | 1,204
26 May 2010 #77
Mine favorite is soup called "grochowka" it is soup made of peas....polish soldiers eat this all the time
ShawnH 8 | 1,506
26 May 2010 #78
Whats Polish for English breakfast? something real complicated i bet.......

atak serca na talerzu...
Wroclaw Boy
26 May 2010 #79
Paszteciki are not really sausage rolls, inside is not a sausage, it's some kind of meaty filler,

Meat rolls then, whoopdy doo, Its basically meat wrapped in pastry no brain science there. I recently made a chicken pie and had all the babczas mistified. I explained its no big deal really.

MG will you shut up about food unless Polish for fluffly's sake. For once stop talking about how fcuking great you are.....
polkamaniac 1 | 482
28 May 2010 #80
Grochówka is also my favourite soup --I like it better than Kapusniak !!!!



Aliloveskrakow - | 19
28 May 2010 #81
Żurek albo zupa pomidorowa z ryżem mmmmmmmmmmm
Seanus 15 | 19,706
28 May 2010 #82
In English, please.

Sour rye soup or tomato soup with rice :)

Grochówka is pea soup.
Paula0208 - | 1
29 May 2010 #83
When i visited Poland, I tried Pierogi and it was the most wonderful meal i have ever tasted, it was so devine I cant wait to go back and visit my family in Legnica to try some more, yummy.. :)P
polkamaniac 1 | 482
30 May 2010 #84
You don't have to go that far for home made pierogies.Most Polish deli stores that sell kielbasa and cold cuts usually have frozen home made pierogies and they taste just as good as mom used to make.
VicPhilly - | 14
5 Aug 2011 #85
Fasolka bo bretonsku...... I miss it so much. I go to Port Richmond in Philly to buy some from time to time. This is where all Poles live.
grubas 12 | 1,391
5 Aug 2011 #86
Mine favorite is soup called "grochowka" it is soup made of peas....polish soldiers eat this all the time

This is how my mother used to "advertise" grochówka when I was a kid and didn't want to eat "Eat this is soldier's soup".And it is or was not only Polish but also traditional German's army soup,as far as I know.

Has anybody mentioned Kluski parowe z sosem gulaszowym yet?My record as a teenager was 14 of them at once.



PL2011 - | 6
2 Sep 2011 #88
CEBULARZ - baked wheaten cake with onion and poppy-seeds. Its origin is Lublin. It's a traditional product of Lublin area (2007). Cebularz tastes great with butter on it.

Photo of Cebularz: Produkty_regionalne/cebularz.jpg
MyMom 6 | 137
2 Sep 2011 #89
I'm a man of simple taste:

chłodnik litewski - lithuanian cold borscht
placki ziemniaczane - potato pancakes
pierogi z grzybami i kapustą - dumplings stuffed with mushrooms and sauerkraut, served with fried onion
mizeria - sliced cucumber + chives + cream + salt - as an addition to mashed potatos
kompot - drink made from fresh fruits
Sidliste_Chodov 1 | 441
3 Sep 2011 #90
The above, plus bigos, kluski Śląskie, zupa szczawiowa, tvarohové a povidlové koláèe (oh sorry, they're Czech lol) and my mum's cakes.


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