Polish food may not be as famous as say the French or
Italian cuisine, but the Polish certainly have very distinct dishes.
Centuries ago Poland was very big and powerful. People from all
kinds of nationalities lived there, and it had its influence the
kitchen. From Hungarian Goulash to French pastry, Italian salads to
Ukrainian beet soup, " borscht" . The Polish have derived their own
versions of these well-known dishes, and made them their own.
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Poland is famous for their inventive use of simple, fresh
ingredients. Often recipes have remained unchanged for centuries,
although there are many regional varieties.
Polish people really like their food, and both making the main dish
and eating their festive meals can take many hours. Some special
meals may even take days to prepare. Many meals include a variety of
meat, but not always. Most Poles are Roman Catholic, who observe
fast days. During these days they do not eat meat, and mushrooms
and/or fish are being used as substitutes.
Bigos is one of the most famous Polish main courses, with a long
history. Many consider it to be the Polish national dish, and it is
believed to have been around since the late 14th century. This
hunters' stew of meat and cabbage is made of sauerkraut and sweet
cabbage, several kinds of meat, wild mushrooms, onions and seasoned
with spices and fruit like peppercorns, apples, dried plums, juniper
berries. Recipes vary widely as one would expect of a main course of
such long history. Polish dishes are usually very rich in meat, and
the Polish national dish Bigos is no different. Recipes can include
pork, venison, steak and kielbasa - the well-known spicy Polish
If you want to impress your family and friends with Bigos you better
take the time to prepare it: Bigos needs no fewer than three days to
reach full flavor.
Other well-known main courses include pierogi (dumplings), roast
duck with apples, golabki (stuffed cabbage rolls) and breaded pork
cutlet (kotlet schabowy). Vegetables are often eaten in a shredded
fashion, either as sauerkraut (fermented cabbage) or shredded root
vegetables with lemon and sugar.
And you don't have to go to Poland to get to know these Polish main
dishes just get a books from the library or Amazon, or search online
for " Polish cuisine" or " Polish recipes" and you will get more
ideas than you will be able to execute.
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