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Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-03-06, 11:06   Polish traditional dishes  

Znacie jakie¶ polskie, tradycyjne potrawy? Mieli¶cie okazję której¶ posmakować?
Do you know any Polish traditional dishes? Do you had a chance to taste it?
 
     
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Posted: 2010-03-06, 18:26     

 
     
Lanti 


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Posted: 2010-03-06, 18:26     

Unfortunately, I don't know any Polish dishes. :( Do You recommend me some "easy to make" Polish dish?

(Sajnos nem tudok egyetlenegy Lengyel ételről sem. :( Tudnál nekem ajánlani néhány "könnyen elkészíthető" lengyel ételt?)
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Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-03-06, 22:23     

Maybe this is a silly question but do you have pickled cucumbers (ogórki kiszone) and sauerkraut (kapusta kiszona) in Hungary? :oops: In Poland it is a very popular ingredient of traditional dishes.
 
     
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Posted: 2010-03-06, 23:24     

The "pickled cucumbers" is the "Kovászos uborka"?

Sauerkraut (Savanyú káposzta) in Hungary? Sure. :)
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Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-03-07, 13:56     

Lanti wrote:
The "pickled cucumbers" is the "Kovászos uborka"?


My¶lę, że tak ;-)
I think yes ;-)

Lanti wrote:
Sauerkraut (Savanyú káposzta) in Hungary? Sure. :)


Bardzo dobrze, bo to jest pyszne :D
Very well, because it is delicious :D

To jest łatwe do przyrz±dzenia i bardzo smaczne (wiem, że nie wygl±da zbyt dobrze :D ) :
It is easy to cook and very tasty (I know this don't look good :D ) :

Kluski ziemniaczane (sine/szare) z kiszon± kapust± (I don't know how to translate)

Peeled raw potatoes rubs on the friction of the smallest mesh. Add wheat flour (at 1.5 kg potatoes - 2 cups flour) and a pinch of salt. Mix it.
Boil water with a pinch of salt. Add the mass of a spoon into the pot.
Cook several minutes until kluski will flow to the surface.
Then fry kluski in the pan. Serve with warm sauerkraut/ bacon / onion.

I hope you understand me:)

Inne polskie potrawy/Other Polish dishes:
Bigos
Flaki
Żurek
Pierogi

Tradycyjny polski obiad/Traditional Polish dinner:
Rosół (Broth)
Kotlet schabowy (pork chops?)
 
     
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Posted: 2010-03-07, 16:36     

I understand it. Thank You. :)
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Posted: 2010-08-21, 19:51     

Shimizu wrote:
Inne polskie potrawy/Other Polish dishes:
Bigos
Flaki
Żurek
Pierogi


I ate all of these dishes. The best was Żurek for me and I didn't like too much the Flaki. But it can be because it wasn't well prepared. And dishes worth eating depends on where you are in Poland. At the seashore I ate different kind of fish and in the mountains Oscypek. But the dishes you wrote you can eat all part of Poland I think.
 
     
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Posted: 2010-08-21, 21:06     

Maybe it sounds funny, but I don't like neither żurek nor flaki, despite I'm Polish :lol:
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Shimizu 


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Posted: 2010-08-22, 13:11     

Anonymous wrote:
Shimizu wrote:
Inne polskie potrawy/Other Polish dishes:
Bigos
Flaki
Żurek
Pierogi


I ate all of these dishes. The best was Żurek for me and I didn't like too much the Flaki. But it can be because it wasn't well prepared. And dishes worth eating depends on where you are in Poland. At the seashore I ate different kind of fish and in the mountains Oscypek. But the dishes you wrote you can eat all part of Poland I think.


Exactly. But I think it's normal that each region has its traditional dishes. ;)

dragonfly wrote:
Maybe it sounds funny, but I don't like neither żurek nor flaki, despite I'm Polish :lol:


This isn't funny, I don't like flaki too (this name... ;D) but żurek is great! :D
 
     
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Posted: 2011-08-21, 15:55     

Placki ziemniaczane.

Better if I ad video :) You don't need translation.

Components:

1 kilo krumpli

1 tojás
2-3 evőkanál liszt
1/2 üveg olaj

In this video, cooker use more: bors es hogyma, but simple form is without it.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dgOVsr8bEXc


What more to say :)
 
     
gabi 

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Posted: 2011-08-21, 21:37     

And where is the garlic?? I can't imagine this dish without garlic, I think this is the most important component!! We always eat like this.
Anyway it was very strange for me when I tried 'placek po Wegiersku'. We eat these stuff, its ok. but like two different dishes - we never mix them :)
 
     
Maniek 
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Posted: 2011-08-21, 22:18     

Sometimes we use onion or with sugar :D

Placek ziemniaczany is cheapest version of placek po węgiersku :D
 
     
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