Traditional Polish Food – 18 Polish Dishes You Have to Try! 1. Befsztyk tatarski (beef tartare) Pronounced – bef-shtik tatar-skee This one is a little difficult for my fellow Brits to stomach, but beef tartare (sometimes spelled beef tartar) is one of my favourite traditional Polish foods.
Traditional Polish open-faced sandwich is a common Polish fast food that is believed to have been invented in the 1970s Communist Poland. We don’t have any particular story… Read More
A collection of Polish recipes: Breads, Soups, Main & Side Dishes, Desserts, Pantry Staples, and Liqueurs and other Beverages.
Traditional Polish food. By admin 2016-03-14. 0. Share. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Pinterest Email. Food takes a pretty special place in people’s lives. And that applies to everyone, not just Poles. In this section, we will describe a few well-known dishes to give you an idea of what you can (and should) try while visiting or living ...
In Spring you can get first wild mushrooms – chanterelles. Very popular ingredient of Polish desserts is rhubarb. You can get first strawberries and cherries. So yummy! I tried to choose the best of Polish ingredients and recipes in Polish Spring Menu. Today I’ve got 2 dinner menus for you, one is for usual Spring day, the other one is more ...
Welcome to my Polish food blog! Here, I share memories of growing up in Poland in the 80s and 90s, and Polish food and customs patiently kept alive at my Polish-American home. I’m not a professional chef, just a home cook influenced by years of listening, watching and tasting, who's constantly craving flavors and smells of home.
Try some of these traditional Polish soups to relish your taste buds. The traditional Polish cuisine features a wide variety of meat like chicken, pork, and duck, as well as starchy vegetables, like potatoes, turnips, parsnips, carrots, beetroot, etc. The traditional Polish soups are known to be thickened with flour.
Authentic Polish cuisine recipes available online at the Best Polish Recipes. Find world famous food recipes like Bigos, Pierogi’s and much more
Paprika (papryka) – an essential ingredient in goulash, paprika is also popular in Polish recipes, giving a red color and aromatic flavor to many meat dishes. Bay leaves (liście laurowe) – frequently used in soups, stews and meat dishes, bay leaves are essential herbs for Polish cuisine.
Not a morsel of food is eaten before the first star in the sky is sighted. But before any feasting on the meatless meal can begin, the breaking of the oplatki, Communion-like wafers, must take place. Then, an odd number of courses are served, anywhere from five to 13, depending on the wealth and preferences of the family.