TRADITIONAL POLISH COOKING - POLISH COOKING
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Traditional Polish Cooking
- Polish cuisine (kuchnia polska) is a mixture of Eastern European (Lithuanian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Hungarian, etc.) and German culinary traditions, with some Russian, Italian, and Turkish influence due to historical reasons.
- Habitually done, used, or found
- pertaining to time-honored orthodox doctrines; "the simple security of traditional assumptions has vanished"
- Existing in or as part of a tradition; long-established
- Produced, done, or used in accordance with tradition
- (tradition) an inherited pattern of thought or action
It`s Sunday and my sister with her bf were here for traditional Sunday lunch. That`s mean food photo :)
Today we cooked Bigos for the first time. Bigos/ The Hunter`s Stew is traditional polish dish full of sauerkraut and meat (sausages). You can add mushrooms, tomatoes, plums , honey etc. Each family has own recipe. Our is the easiest only sauerkraut , sausages and tomato puree and after 2h voila you got bigos :) Pity my husband`s never tried it. He can`t stand sauerkraut (??)not mention sausages (he`s a bit strict about his food only piersian so rice and meat or meat and rice ;)) but I`m Polish and I`ve got sauerkraut in my blood ;)
Our non-traditional feast
A few years back, Kev & I began an accidental tradition of cooking non-traditional foods at holidays... beginning with our famous "Thanksgiving egg rolls."
This year's Xmas menu included:
* roast lamb in yogurt marinade with east Asian kebab spices
* pesto creamed potatoes
* almond French green beans with diced Portobello mushrooms
* curried butternut squash
* artichoke salad
instructions for cooking a turkey
cooking green beans
cooking chicken legs on the stove
electric cooking ranges
healthy oil for cooking