Tag Archives: Polish cuisine

Drop noodles soup

A traditional Polish soup made with leftover broth. It’s light, but flavoursome. Great for spring and summer. To me it’s the taste of my childhood. Ingredients: 1 litre of broth + 1 litre of water 2 potatoes, peeled and cut into … Continue reading

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Potato babka

Potato cake (potato babka) is a sovoury bake. It’s one of the Polish specialities that offer tasty combination of potatoes, bacon and onions. The cake can be a part of dinner served with some stew or sauerkraut salad. It can also … Continue reading

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Krupnik (traditional Polish soup)

This is my favourite winter soup. It can be made with broth (like this one here) or on a piece of meat. If I were making it with meat I would add about 300 g piece of beef to 2 … Continue reading

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Polish speciality – Silesian dumplings

Italians have their gnocchi and Poles have their kluski. There are several varieties of kluski in Poland. These particular ones come from the region of Silesia (southern, coal mining region) and are called slaskie. Kluski slaskie is something my Mother taught me to make. … Continue reading

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Broth

This is a staple in my kitchen. Traditionally broth is eaten with egg noodles for Sunday lunch, although I prefer it with boiled potatoes instead. It can also be drank as it is from a cup (excellent cold/flu remedy). Broth … Continue reading

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