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Warsaw Poland Cuisine


Polish cuisine used to be in shade of its Western counterparts, but recently the things are changing and there appear hundreds of upscale restaurants, featuring the indigenous dishes. Polish food is hearty, based on natural ingredient, cooked by boiling or roasting, with emphasis on meat, vegetables and dough.

Pierogi are crescent-shaped parcels filled with any one of a number of tasty fillings. They can be either boiled or crispy (roasted). Ruskie (Russian) - the most popular and well-known, are filled with potato and cheese and served with sour cream. Tasty when hot. Z Miesem (with meat) best when crispy, sometimes served with cranberry sauce. Z Kapusta (with cabbage, very popular ingredient) and Z Grzybami (mushrooms) represent delicious vegetarian fillings.

Their mouth-watering varieties are available in summer, with fresh fruit fillings. Z Serem (cottage cheese) are filled with sweet cottage cheese and raisins. Served with sweet cream. Z Owocami (fruit), Z Truskawkami (strawberry) are best with cream of probably honey. Z Borowkami (blueberry) is an absolute summer hit.

Bigos is the traditional stew of Poland and Lithuania. It is based on fresh or fermented cabbage, with additions of sausage or pork, finished off with honey and mushrooms. It is accompanied with rye bread and potatoes. General heartiness and nutritious value with high concentration of vitamin C made it an essential winter dish.

Barszcz (or Borscht) is one of the East-Europe most popular starters, served cold in summer and hot in winter. Hot barszcz is generally based on beetroot and meat. It is accompanied by bread or uszka (literally "ears"), a mini version of pierogi. Rosol z kury (clear chicken broth), sometimes served with noodles, is a great starter for any course.

Zurek is another Polish national soup, based on Rosol with assorted meat parcels and shredded boiled eggs. Chlodnik is the Polish version of gazpacho, a cold soup for hot summer days.

Golabki are cabbage leaves stuffed with meat and rice mixture. Nalesniki are the pancakes, similar to European crepe. Czarlotka, a warm apple pie with ice cream is really great with coffee.

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