3 Reviews

I come from maternal polish roots and there are 2 family recipes that have been handed down from generation to generation, Kluski's (polish potato dumplings ) and these which are called Punshki's ( spelling NOT right), but anyway FABULOUS!! We use to fry them up and then roll them in sugar and cinnamon not far off from those elephant ears you eat at County Fairs! Can't wait to try this recipe and compare with the family one. Thanks for sharing this!!
Can't rate it yet But once I try it I will

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Mantarae October 21, 2012

This is a keeper. I can see using these in place of pitas. They fry up with a crispy crust and a soft interior. I hardly ever use garlic salt, but it was perfect her. Thank you for sharing your recipe!

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Susie D July 15, 2006

Very good! I`m not one for frying so I did fry some and bake a small loaf. I must say the fried was very good! It was like a pita with yeast but better. You were able to open it like a pocket bread(hence pita)it was soft and chewy inside and crisp and salty out! I made the dough in my bread machine. Which made life easy till the dough rose so much I had to clean the machine of dough where it wasn`t suppose to be. Followed the frying directions which is quick but messy(1-reason why I don`t like frying). Hey don`t get me wrong these are great! I think this recipe makes more like 20 breads! Nice and puffy!

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Rita~ October 23, 2005
Polish Fry Bread