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Red Apple - Polish Restaurant in Chicago

 

3121 N Milwaukee Ave,

Chicago, IL 60618

Fax: 773 588 3975

redapplebuffet.com

 

 

The place advertizes as an all you-can-eat buffet restaurant with affordable prices and good quality. The menu includes Polish dishes but it also goes beyond Polish cuisine to offer some international items.

 

 


Makowiec - Poppy Seed Cake


Makowiec is one of the most important, typical and tasty Polish cakes.

In this cake poppy seeds are placed in between layers of dough which gives makowiec its characteristic looks. While poppy seeds are the most important ingredient, reflected in the cake's name (“mak” means poppy in Polish), several other ingredients determine the cake’s character too. Raisins, almonds, honey (contained in the dough), orange peel and sometimes walnuts contribute to makowiec's tastiness. Ideally makowiec should not be too sweet.

Poppy seed flavor combiend with almond and orange notes make the cake seem rather light to the taste. It’s a great thing to enjoy with a cup or coffe. Makowiec is also one of Polish traditional Christmas cakes. You should definitely try it, if you haven’t yet!


(source: en.wikipedia.org)


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Polish prune bread recipe

 

How to make Polish Prune Bread?

 

As we have already mentioned in our post about Polish bread, there are a lot of kinds of bread in Poland. Among them are of course wholegrain breads. Breads of this type very often have additional ingredients to enrich their taste. The most popular of such ingredients are sunflower seeds. Another interesting and often encountered possibility are prunes.
Below we present a popular recipe for home-made wholegrain prune bread. On the picture you can see a loaf of bread made according to the recipe. The bread was prepared by our reader from the U.S. She told us that not only was the bread tasty, but making it was fun too. We’re sure it was and the nice loaf on the picture is a proof of that.
If you like preparing food, try making your own prune bread!

As we have already mentioned in our post about Polish bread, there are a lot of kinds of bread in Poland. Among them are of course wholegrain breads. Breads of this type very often have additional ingredients to enrich their taste. The most popular of such ingredients are sunflower seeds. Another interesting and often encountered possibility are prunes.

Below we present a popular recipe for home-made wholegrain prune bread. On the picture you can see a loaf of bread made according to the recipe. The bread was prepared by our reader from the U.S. She told us that not only was the bread tasty, but making it was fun too. We’re sure it was and the nice loaf on the picture is a proof of that.


If you like preparing food, try making your own prune bread!

 

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Polish Mushrooms


It is an important ingredient if Polish cuisine. It has neglectable nutritional value, is hard to digest and in extreme cases may cause death. It’s mushrooms!. 

 

Boletus
Boletus

 

They are quite frequently used in Poland as a very tasty addition to many dishes and sauces, e.g. an indispesible part of Polish bigos. Many meat dishes can be enriched with mushroom-flavored sauses. Fried red pine mushroom can wonderfully complement pork or beef. 

 

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