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Belgian Cuisine: Moules Frites

September 20th, 2017

Polish cuisine may be an obscure entry on the list of European culinary schools (at least when you ask some Americans about it).
 
But despite this lack of name recognition, the dishes that this Eastern European nation had developed in the last millennia or so are damn tasty!
 
But just like with any other given national cuisine, let’s first see what are the most used ingredients in it, before we try to use any of the recipes below.
 
Polish people have a thing for potato, just as well as for pork and tomatoes.
 
These ingredients always come central to what they cook and how they do it.
 
So, here’s an ultimate list of the most impressive dishes this country has to offer:

Placki ziemniaczane (potato pancakes)

Man, sometimes I wish I was born in Poland… This meat stew, famous among the European Chefs has a lot of distinctively appetizing features, such as extensive use of white cabbage, sauerkraut (kapusta kiszona), various cuts of meat and sausage. Like many things, this one is always disputed between Germans and Polish people…

Barszcz (Polish red borscht)

One of the most classic dishes in this part of Europe, and being a real object of dispute betweem Ukrainians and Polish about its origins, the borscht is a delicious soup, made with lots of tomatoes, onions and rootbeet!
 


 
Man, sometimes I wish I was born in Poland… This meat stew, famous among the European Chefs has a lot of distinctively appetizing features, such as extensive use of white cabbage, sauerkraut (kapusta kiszona), various cuts of meat and sausage. Like many things, this one is always disputed between Germans and Polish people…
 

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