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4 Reviews |  By Bippie

This is a classic Polish cookie that my mom and Bushia used to make at Christmas time. I've found that this is a really hard dough to work with, but it is from the original Polish recipe translated into English. These are not really sweet cookies, but they get most of their sweetness from the powdered sugar on the outside.

Recipe #359778

You won't believe how good this is!! So different, so yummy. We have this for breakfast with pancakes. Or cut the sausage in half and serve as appetizers.

Recipe #25591

I had this in an upscale Polish restaurant in Santa Monica. This is my version of what was served. I have served this to various parties, even people who claims not to like figs loved it.

Recipe #37114

1 Reviews |  By Lorac

A creamy chilled version of borscht that is the perfect starter for summer meals. This reminds me of my Polish grandmother's version of a clear beet broth with sliced fresh cooked beets topped with sour cream.

Recipe #37412

11 Reviews |  By DJM

Deep hearty flavor. Excellent recipe. Found it on the Internet-said it was adapted from Darra Goldstein's book "A Taste of Russia" Notes: 01/07/08: Barley's cooking time varies(I've had quick barley take 45 minutes to cook)so in step 6, cook until tender enough to your taste. The soup may require more liquid; I now keep a 4th can of consomme on hand to add, along with another 1 1/4 cups of water if it's getting too thick.

Recipe #62903

30 Reviews |  By Lorac

Sauerkraut, topped with kielbasa, swiss cheese and buttermilk biscuits. Rinsing mellows the sauerkraut. A mayonnaise-horseradish sauce gives it a zippy new flavor that blends well with the sausage and cheese.

Recipe #53538

A popular Polish dish similar to dumplings or ravioli. Pronounced pyeh-RAW-ghee (this is the plural form, not pierogies, just one is called pierog, but they're so good you'll almost never eat just one.) Pierogi can be made with a wide variety of fillings, but the most common are minced cooked meat, sauerkraut and mushrooms, cheese and potatoes (known as ruskie/Ruthenian pierogi), sweet cheese (usually with a touch of vanilla) and blueberries (in summer). Other fillings include buckwheat groats, potatoes and onions and lentils. Toppings include fried fat-back nuggets, sour cream, melted butter or butter-browned bread crumbs.

Recipe #113290

7 Reviews |  By Dee514

This is my M-I-l's recipe for Mushroom Barley soup, which is made with dried "cepe" (aka porcini) mushrooms. Other dried mushrooms may be substituted....of course that will change the flavor of the soup. Making it with chicken stock or with a meat bone (instead of water), will give it a richer flavor.

Recipe #49654

Polish braised beef with mushroom stuffing in a sour cream sauce.

Recipe #118245

This is from a library book about Christmas in Poland. It sites: "The Culinary Arts Institute Polish Cookbook". I haven't tried it yet but I may this Christmas. Sounds like it has flavor and fiber!

Recipe #197146

2 Reviews |  By Lorac

A Polish condiment served at Easter with ham/kielbasa. Make this 2 days before serving to allow flavors to blend.

Recipe #86541

12 Reviews |  By Rita~

Every Easter my Mom would make this potato salad. This is not exactly hers but my version. Don't wait for Easter make it for your next picnic! Do use new potatoes if you like them firm but I myself like my potatoes soft so I find myself using russets, and if you don't want a precise cut salad with firm potatoes use russet. I find myself rough cutting the russets potatoes because they do fall apart and add to the creaminess of the dressing. FYI-You can toss the cubed, cooked, still warm, potatoes with the vinegar or beet juice and let set till cool even up to over night. Then add remaining ingredients.

Recipe #66870

My DBF is a trucker and when I ride with him we frequent the truck stops. I got hooked on kielbasa for breakfast from the truck stop buffets. This is a great recipe for a change of pace breakfast. We like it with French toast or pancakes.

Recipe #180667

A Polish family recipe for those who are not fond of using sage.

Recipe #176884

I love ginger! Those cookies my mum always do for Christmas.

Recipe #344273

I don’t know the proper name for these yummy treats, but I was told they are polish. My great aunt’s neighbor makes them for us every year for our family reunion. She must make at least 4 batches of them. We all just about inhale them. They are so good! The neighbor lady gave me the recipe this year. She was so nice! Times and yield are estimated.

Recipe #133581

8 Reviews |  By 1Steve

This is a traditional sweet Christmas bread made both in Poland and Austria. This is the Polish version. I have posted the austrian version seperately as well ;-)

Recipe #38043

Found this recipe on I go this site from a posting by Abi Q. No number of servings was mentioned, and I haven't made this yet. This is basically a cream puff dough, and the filling could be a sweet one, to make this as a dessert.

Recipe #188452

Here is another Polish-style canape.

Recipe #170084

6 Reviews |  By Rita~

Found this on-line requested by a fellow Zarrie needed for my Lekvar (LEHK-vahr) Kugel recipe #53841( I was able to find it canned. A thick, soft spread made of fruit (usually prunes or apricots) cooked with sugar. This Hungarian specialty is used to fill a variety of pastries and cookies. Lekvar can be purchased in cans or jars in most supermarkets.

Recipe #54692

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