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Golabki in Mragowo - where to buy?


Alltimegreat1 16 | 67
19 Sep 2017 #1
Any ideas on where to get golabki in Mragowo? I haven't seen it on the menus anywhere yet.
Roger5 1 | 1,455
19 Sep 2017 #2
Try a milk bar. Addresses can be found by googling mrągowo bar mleczny or mrągowo obiady domowe. These places don't cook them every day, but if you visit a few, you'll be sure to find them.
jon357 71 | 20,432
19 Sep 2017 #3
Any ideas on where to get golabki in Mragowo?

Almost anywhere cheap. It's homecooking rather than restaurant cuisine, but in more basic places it's often a menu staple. As Roger says, not everywhere will have it every day, however you'll certainly see it.
cms 9 | 1,255
19 Sep 2017 #4
If all else fails pick some up at the supermarket is a jar and heat them up at home :) Miedzychod and Pudliszki brands are both ok.
Roger5 1 | 1,455
19 Sep 2017 #5
I didn't think of that! Yes, they're as good as you'll probably get in cafe.
kaprys 3 | 2,286
19 Sep 2017 #6
restauracjasmakimazur.pl/menu

Smaki Mazur claim they serve some sort of fish gołąbki. Perhaps they have traditional ones, too.
I wouldn't tryb gołąbki in a jar. Pudliszki is a good brand but I can't imagine having gołąbki this way.
jon357 71 | 20,432
20 Sep 2017 #7
I didn't think of that! Yes, they're as good as you'll probably get in cafe.

Golabki aren't exactly complicated things.

Pudliszki is a good brand but I can't imagine having gołąbki this way.

As a brand, it's just the usual chemical filled processed food. Thousands if not millions in PL do eat golabki from a jar.

Golabki are OK, but not especially interesting. Not restaurant food either - anyone can make them easily at home with basic ingredients and very little skill. Or buy ready made, which most people probably do.

@Alltimegreat1
The one thing you should try is the soups - these are often very good.
kaprys 3 | 2,286
20 Sep 2017 #8
I don't know anyone who eats gołąbki from a jar. I haven't seen them in shops. Perhaps because I'm not looking.
mafketis 34 | 11,901
20 Sep 2017 #9
Golabki are OK, but not especially interesting. Not restaurant food either - anyone can make them easily at home with basic ingredients and very little skill.

They are time consuming though which makes it more special when someone does make it. And done well they are very delicious. I have a friend that makes excellent ones (but only does so a couple times a year cause it's time consuming).

That said, I like Hungarian ones (cooked together with sauerkraut) wtih paprika sauce and sour cream or Bulgarian and Romanian ones (made with whole leaves of pickled cabbage) a little better.

I've had the ones from a jar too (many years ago) not very..... good..... (diplomatic silence)
jon357 71 | 20,432
20 Sep 2017 #10
Perhaps because I'm not looking.

Somebody must, since almost all food shops have them. There's usually a shelf with all the jarred stuff. I don't eat them either unless someone makes them - I'm not fond of golabki.

Hungarian ones (cooked together with sauerkraut) wtih paprika sauce and sour cream

They're OK with chilli in.


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