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Polish cuisine is a product of long history and comes in variety of dishes, tastes and flavors. Different regions have contributed their own specialities of Polish food. And not just regions. Throughout centuries Poland has been home to many guests of other nations. This is why French, Italian, German, Ukrainian, Jewish and even Oriental influences are present in Polish cooking. And modern cooks keep adding their own ideas.
 

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Polish Recipes: Pierogi Ruskie

How to make Polish Pierogi Ruskie?








You will need:

Dough:
  • 2.5 cups wheat flour (about 450 g - 16 oz.)
  • 1 egg
  • boiled warm water (just enough to make a smooth and flexible dough)

Flour the board and knead the dough from ingredients above (prepare a smooth and flexible one).

Filling:
  • 5 large potatoes
  • 400 g (15 oz.) cottage cheese
  • 3 medium  onions
  • salt and pepper

Cook potatoes and grind them. Brown the chopped onion in butter. Mix the ground potatoes, onion and cheese together and add salt and pepper.
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Bigos belongs to those legendary dishes Polish cuisine couldn’t do without. If you travel to Poland you may not come across it if you only stick to tourist routes and menus. But it’s definitely worthwhile to find and taste a well-prepared bigos. For years it’s been extremely popular with the Poles.

 

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Polish Cheeses
 
 
Oscypek - the most famous Polish cheese. It is a smoked cheese made from the salted sheep milk (don't buy imitations made from cow's milk) and formed in traditional wooden forms. Oscypek is an absolute "must taste" when you visiting Polish mountains. Very tasty when served with red wine or smoked fish.
 
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Polish Bread

 

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Polish Bread
 

 

But in the past ages time of hardship often struck, and bread was treated with great respect. It was visible in folk customs.

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Polish Recipes: Cookbooks

Looking for more great Polish recipes? I have found some interesting ones at Amazon for you.
 
If you want to feel the real tastes of Polish pierogies and more must consider these books. 
 

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