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Your all time favourite Polish Dishes!


denna021 - | 2
6 Jan 2012 #93
Merged: Whats your favourite polish dish?

One of my friends is from Poland and I want to impress him when he comes over for dinner next week - what type of dish would you recommend? thanks
slavia
6 Jan 2012 #94
every poles likes pierogi
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
6 Jan 2012 #95
Not every, and it is a hassle to make.

Kotlet Schabowy (pork steak hammered flat and breadcrumbed) is in many ways the national dish.
SzwedwPolsce 11 | 1,595
6 Jan 2012 #96
Kotlet Schabowy (pork steak hammered flat and breadcrumbed) is in many ways the national dish.

Kotlet Schabowy is very similar to Austrian/German Schnitzel. Easier to do than pierogi. Can also be done with chicken fillet. It's very tasty.

Different kinds of soups are also very commonly served in PL, especially as an entrée (e.g. barszcz czerwony, rosół).
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,801
6 Jan 2012 #97
Kotlet Schabowy (pork steak hammered flat and breadcrumbed)

was going to suggest that too!
a great dish, served with some salad etc.
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
6 Jan 2012 #98
served with some salad etc.

And mashed potatoes without butter or milk added but with the fat from the pan drizzled over. Delicious!
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,801
6 Jan 2012 #99
stop it Jonny you're making me hungry.....
OP I am sure you will find a good recipe/instructions for Kotlet Schabowy online. but if you don't, PM me as have finally perfected this dish after lots of practice......;)
JonnyM 11 | 2,620
6 Jan 2012 #100
finally perfected this dish after lots of practice

The coating always either falls off or burns when I do it!
rozumiemnic 8 | 3,801
6 Jan 2012 #101
yes I know that one, JM, gotta deep fry at a good temp.
valpomike 11 | 197
6 Jan 2012 #102
Golabki, (Stuffed Cabbage), Smoked Kielbasa, (Sausage), Crispy Potato Pancakes, just a few, and there are many more.
Most Polish food is great, just some are greater than others.

Mike
Magdalena 3 | 1,837
6 Jan 2012 #103
The coating always either falls off or burns when I do it!

Pro tip:

Coat the meat in flour.
Then coat the meat in egg.
Then coat the meat in breadcrumbs.
Shallow fry on high.

The combination of flour and egg will keep the breadcrumbs on. Tried and tested by natives for generations :-)
Enjoy!
pam
6 Jan 2012 #104
Coat the meat in flour.
Then coat the meat in egg.
Then coat the meat in breadcrumbs.
Shallow fry on high.

this is exactly how i make it and my coating has never fallen off. golabki is my all time favourite, but as with pierogi, its time consuming to make. stick with the kotlet dish ,its relatively failsafe,quick to make and lovely with salad. personally i prefer this made with chicken. good luck with whatever you choose to cook!
ShawnH 8 | 1,506
6 Jan 2012 #105
Pro tip:

Coat the meat in flour.
Then coat the meat in egg.
Then coat the meat in breadcrumbs.
Shallow fry on high.

+1
monata - | 11
28 Feb 2015 #106
Merged: what's the most popular food in Poland?

what's the most popular food in Poland?
pawian 175 | 13,542
20 Nov 2020 #108
Hmm, if I was able to take only one dish to a desert island, it would be pierogis stuffed with meat and abundantly sptrinkled with skwarki. Everything floating in melted lard fat. After having such a dish, you don`t heel hungry for hours and can built a lot of infrastructure on your island very quickly.



Lenka 3 | 2,198
20 Nov 2020 #109
Ruskie for me :)
But then bigos, gołąbki or fasolka po bretońsku would be great too


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